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  • Apple chief Tim Cook admits ‘intense interest’ in television sector
    Thursday May 31st 2012

    Apple chief executive Tim Cook has admitted that television is “an area of intense interest for us” in comments that are likely to fuel speculation that the company plans to make TVs.

  • THE BRIEF: Guerillas in the midst
    Wednesday May 30th 2012

    The Brief wanted to feature Out-of-Home marketing because it has the potential to enrich your relationships with your clients and their brand advocates. The nature of the media also allows your creative teams to colour. Like the potential sizzle of a Saturday night, guerilla sets the stage for unexpected fun and outcome. And, of course, there’s also the bottom line vast savings versus traditional media. So, all in all, grass roots medias and their toolbox of new technologies have finally made it to the adult table.

  • Soho House will up Toronto film festival’s party quotient
    Tuesday May 29th 2012

    Its very name, Soho House, has become a synonym for sybaritic cool. The New York club – a former warehouse in Manhattan’s meat-packing district – boasts a 44-seat cinema and a heated roof-top pool. Berlin’s outpost, located in a building once occupied by the Hitler Youth Movement, offers eight floors[…]

  • Saskatchewan film wins big
    Tuesday May 29th 2012

    For only the second time, a Saskatchewan film picked up top prize at the Golden Sheaf Awards in Yorkton on Saturday night. In what is both an historic 65th anniversary year for the Yorkton Film Festival (YFF), and a challenging year for the industry with the government’s scrapping of the[…]

  • Real Housewives pick up where B.C. film industry left off
    Tuesday May 29th 2012

    B.C.’s feature film production sector has seen better days, but the television side’s looking up and The Real Housewives is a financial winner. That’s how the province’s film industry insiders see things so far this year, as new television pilots shot in Vancouver are picked up while major films that B.C. had coveted head elsewhere. RoboCop is off to Toronto and Wolverine is going to Australia. “I think the overall outlook is very good in TV,” said BC Film Commissioner Susan Croome. “A lot of pilots were picked up. It’s a bit early to tell, but we do have some concerns about feature film activity after the current features are wrapped. We don’t know yet what the future holds in the feature-film department.”

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Archives for: May 20125
  • Apple chief Tim Cook admits ‘intense interest’ in television sector
    Thursday May 31st 2012

    Apple chief executive Tim Cook has admitted that television is “an area of intense interest for us” in comments that are likely to fuel speculation that the company plans to make TVs.

  • THE BRIEF: Guerillas in the midst
    Wednesday May 30th 2012

    The Brief wanted to feature Out-of-Home marketing because it has the potential to enrich your relationships with your clients and their brand advocates. The nature of the media also allows your creative teams to colour. Like the potential sizzle of a Saturday night, guerilla sets the stage for unexpected fun and outcome. And, of course, there’s also the bottom line vast savings versus traditional media. So, all in all, grass roots medias and their toolbox of new technologies have finally made it to the adult table.

  • Soho House will up Toronto film festival’s party quotient
    Tuesday May 29th 2012

    Its very name, Soho House, has become a synonym for sybaritic cool. The New York club – a former warehouse in Manhattan’s meat-packing district – boasts a 44-seat cinema and a heated roof-top pool. Berlin’s outpost, located in a building once occupied by the Hitler Youth Movement, offers eight floors[…]

  • Saskatchewan film wins big
    Tuesday May 29th 2012

    For only the second time, a Saskatchewan film picked up top prize at the Golden Sheaf Awards in Yorkton on Saturday night. In what is both an historic 65th anniversary year for the Yorkton Film Festival (YFF), and a challenging year for the industry with the government’s scrapping of the[…]

  • Real Housewives pick up where B.C. film industry left off
    Tuesday May 29th 2012

    B.C.’s feature film production sector has seen better days, but the television side’s looking up and The Real Housewives is a financial winner. That’s how the province’s film industry insiders see things so far this year, as new television pilots shot in Vancouver are picked up while major films that B.C. had coveted head elsewhere. RoboCop is off to Toronto and Wolverine is going to Australia. “I think the overall outlook is very good in TV,” said BC Film Commissioner Susan Croome. “A lot of pilots were picked up. It’s a bit early to tell, but we do have some concerns about feature film activity after the current features are wrapped. We don’t know yet what the future holds in the feature-film department.”

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Archives for: May 20125
  • Apple chief Tim Cook admits ‘intense interest’ in television sector
    Thursday May 31st 2012

    Apple chief executive Tim Cook has admitted that television is “an area of intense interest for us” in comments that are likely to fuel speculation that the company plans to make TVs.

  • THE BRIEF: Guerillas in the midst
    Wednesday May 30th 2012

    The Brief wanted to feature Out-of-Home marketing because it has the potential to enrich your relationships with your clients and their brand advocates. The nature of the media also allows your creative teams to colour. Like the potential sizzle of a Saturday night, guerilla sets the stage for unexpected fun and outcome. And, of course, there’s also the bottom line vast savings versus traditional media. So, all in all, grass roots medias and their toolbox of new technologies have finally made it to the adult table.

  • Soho House will up Toronto film festival’s party quotient
    Tuesday May 29th 2012

    Its very name, Soho House, has become a synonym for sybaritic cool. The New York club – a former warehouse in Manhattan’s meat-packing district – boasts a 44-seat cinema and a heated roof-top pool. Berlin’s outpost, located in a building once occupied by the Hitler Youth Movement, offers eight floors[…]

  • Saskatchewan film wins big
    Tuesday May 29th 2012

    For only the second time, a Saskatchewan film picked up top prize at the Golden Sheaf Awards in Yorkton on Saturday night. In what is both an historic 65th anniversary year for the Yorkton Film Festival (YFF), and a challenging year for the industry with the government’s scrapping of the[…]

  • Real Housewives pick up where B.C. film industry left off
    Tuesday May 29th 2012

    B.C.’s feature film production sector has seen better days, but the television side’s looking up and The Real Housewives is a financial winner. That’s how the province’s film industry insiders see things so far this year, as new television pilots shot in Vancouver are picked up while major films that B.C. had coveted head elsewhere. RoboCop is off to Toronto and Wolverine is going to Australia. “I think the overall outlook is very good in TV,” said BC Film Commissioner Susan Croome. “A lot of pilots were picked up. It’s a bit early to tell, but we do have some concerns about feature film activity after the current features are wrapped. We don’t know yet what the future holds in the feature-film department.”

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