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  • NAB 2012 Roundup with Joe Sutherland; NAB 2012 Camera releases; Separating Substance from Rumour
    Tuesday April 24th 2012

    For the technically minded filmmaker, one of the highlights of every year is the NAB Show down in Las Vegas. To put it simply, it’s when all the new toys are out, and this year was no different. We sat down with Joe, of Joe Sutherland Rentals (joesutherland.com), who was on the floor in Vegas. When asked about the show this year he had an interesting observation: “To a certain extent, NAB was about rumours this year.”

  • The Hot Docs Survival Guide: A Broadcaster Profile of CBC
    Monday April 23rd 2012

    The 2012 Hot Docs Canadian International Documentary Festival is ramping up with just under two weeks to go till it starts, tickets have been on sale at the newly located box office at 783 Bathurst Street and some screenings have already started to go rush. As a filmmaker it’s a great idea to start focusing on what you want to achieve long before you get to the festival in order to maximize your experience. We here at TO411 Daily are making your job a little easier by profiling three Canadian national broadcasters who will be in attendance at HotDocs 2012.

  • Montreal filmmaker Xavier Dolan honoured by Cannes invitation, but disappointed to be shut out of competition
    Friday April 20th 2012

    Xavier Dolan is going back to Cannes, and he’s not happy. The 23-year-old Montreal director will return to the world’s most respected film festival for the third time in four years with his third film, Laurence Anyways, which will appear in the Un certain regard series. “It’s not the news we were waiting for,” Dolan said in a round table discussion with Montreal media Thursday morning. “For sure, there’s disappointment. We had envisioned – like any filmmaker who dreams of going to Cannes – of being in competition and winning the Palme d’Or.”

  • Tribeca Film Festival opens in New York
    Thursday April 19th 2012

    NEW YORK - New York’s Tribeca Film Festival, created a decade ago after the 9/11 attacks, opens Thursday with a touch of sparkle from Cannes thanks to new artistic director Frederic Boyer. Boyer joined festival founders Robert De Niro and producer Jane Rosenthal for an opening presentation Wednesday in lower[…]

  • Dick Clark dead at 82: American Bandstand host dies of heart attack
    Thursday April 19th 2012

    Dick Clark, the television impresario and host of the “American Bandstand” rock ‘n’ roll dance show whose permanently boyish looks earned him the nickname “the oldest living teenager,” has died. He was 82.

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  • NAB 2012 Roundup with Joe Sutherland; NAB 2012 Camera releases; Separating Substance from Rumour
    Tuesday April 24th 2012

    For the technically minded filmmaker, one of the highlights of every year is the NAB Show down in Las Vegas. To put it simply, it’s when all the new toys are out, and this year was no different. We sat down with Joe, of Joe Sutherland Rentals (joesutherland.com), who was on the floor in Vegas. When asked about the show this year he had an interesting observation: “To a certain extent, NAB was about rumours this year.”

  • The Hot Docs Survival Guide: A Broadcaster Profile of CBC
    Monday April 23rd 2012

    The 2012 Hot Docs Canadian International Documentary Festival is ramping up with just under two weeks to go till it starts, tickets have been on sale at the newly located box office at 783 Bathurst Street and some screenings have already started to go rush. As a filmmaker it’s a great idea to start focusing on what you want to achieve long before you get to the festival in order to maximize your experience. We here at TO411 Daily are making your job a little easier by profiling three Canadian national broadcasters who will be in attendance at HotDocs 2012.

  • Montreal filmmaker Xavier Dolan honoured by Cannes invitation, but disappointed to be shut out of competition
    Friday April 20th 2012

    Xavier Dolan is going back to Cannes, and he’s not happy. The 23-year-old Montreal director will return to the world’s most respected film festival for the third time in four years with his third film, Laurence Anyways, which will appear in the Un certain regard series. “It’s not the news we were waiting for,” Dolan said in a round table discussion with Montreal media Thursday morning. “For sure, there’s disappointment. We had envisioned – like any filmmaker who dreams of going to Cannes – of being in competition and winning the Palme d’Or.”

  • Tribeca Film Festival opens in New York
    Thursday April 19th 2012

    NEW YORK - New York’s Tribeca Film Festival, created a decade ago after the 9/11 attacks, opens Thursday with a touch of sparkle from Cannes thanks to new artistic director Frederic Boyer. Boyer joined festival founders Robert De Niro and producer Jane Rosenthal for an opening presentation Wednesday in lower[…]

  • Dick Clark dead at 82: American Bandstand host dies of heart attack
    Thursday April 19th 2012

    Dick Clark, the television impresario and host of the “American Bandstand” rock ‘n’ roll dance show whose permanently boyish looks earned him the nickname “the oldest living teenager,” has died. He was 82.

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Archives for: April 20125
  • NAB 2012 Roundup with Joe Sutherland; NAB 2012 Camera releases; Separating Substance from Rumour
    Tuesday April 24th 2012

    For the technically minded filmmaker, one of the highlights of every year is the NAB Show down in Las Vegas. To put it simply, it’s when all the new toys are out, and this year was no different. We sat down with Joe, of Joe Sutherland Rentals (joesutherland.com), who was on the floor in Vegas. When asked about the show this year he had an interesting observation: “To a certain extent, NAB was about rumours this year.”

  • The Hot Docs Survival Guide: A Broadcaster Profile of CBC
    Monday April 23rd 2012

    The 2012 Hot Docs Canadian International Documentary Festival is ramping up with just under two weeks to go till it starts, tickets have been on sale at the newly located box office at 783 Bathurst Street and some screenings have already started to go rush. As a filmmaker it’s a great idea to start focusing on what you want to achieve long before you get to the festival in order to maximize your experience. We here at TO411 Daily are making your job a little easier by profiling three Canadian national broadcasters who will be in attendance at HotDocs 2012.

  • Montreal filmmaker Xavier Dolan honoured by Cannes invitation, but disappointed to be shut out of competition
    Friday April 20th 2012

    Xavier Dolan is going back to Cannes, and he’s not happy. The 23-year-old Montreal director will return to the world’s most respected film festival for the third time in four years with his third film, Laurence Anyways, which will appear in the Un certain regard series. “It’s not the news we were waiting for,” Dolan said in a round table discussion with Montreal media Thursday morning. “For sure, there’s disappointment. We had envisioned – like any filmmaker who dreams of going to Cannes – of being in competition and winning the Palme d’Or.”

  • Tribeca Film Festival opens in New York
    Thursday April 19th 2012

    NEW YORK - New York’s Tribeca Film Festival, created a decade ago after the 9/11 attacks, opens Thursday with a touch of sparkle from Cannes thanks to new artistic director Frederic Boyer. Boyer joined festival founders Robert De Niro and producer Jane Rosenthal for an opening presentation Wednesday in lower[…]

  • Dick Clark dead at 82: American Bandstand host dies of heart attack
    Thursday April 19th 2012

    Dick Clark, the television impresario and host of the “American Bandstand” rock ‘n’ roll dance show whose permanently boyish looks earned him the nickname “the oldest living teenager,” has died. He was 82.

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