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  • Nielsen: TV viewing dips
    Thursday May 03rd 2012

    For the first time in years, Nielsen is reporting a slight decline in overall TV viewing in the US. In the last three months of 2011, the average American with a TV set at home spent 153 hours and 19 minutes each watching “traditional TV” – viewed on a television rather than a device like a computer or tablet – which is about 46 minutes less than was watched in the last three months of 2010, according to Nielsen, which monitors a sample of US households to produce TV ratings every day.

  • Canadian film students document search for Morgan Freeman
    Thursday May 03rd 2012

    Plenty of people have wished Morgan Freeman narrated their lives. The deep, reassuring timbre of the Oscar winner’s voice has guided audiences through Million Dollar Baby, Shawshank Redemption and March of the Penguins. Now, that voice is part of a remarkable journey involving two film students from Simon Fraser University[…]

  • McKellar to the rescue of film
    Thursday May 03rd 2012

    Toronto actor-writer-director Don McKellar is set to direct The Grand Seduction. Last week it was announced that Ken Scott was dropping out as director of the movie, the $13-million remake of La Grande seduction, the 2003 Quebec comedy hit, and Grand Seduction producer Roger Frappier made no secret of his bitter disappointment following Scott’s sudden decision.

  • Warner Bros launch film scripts as e-books
    Tuesday May 01st 2012

    Ben Hur and Casablanca are among the film scripts to be released as e-books for the first time by Warner Bros. Other movies in the Inside the Script series will include An American in Paris and North by Northwest. The e-books include items such as the shooting script, production notes, storyboards and on-set photographs. “Now we can give fans rarely seen details of how these stories came together,” said Thomas Gewecke, Warner Bros president of digital distribution.

  • Tribeca film fest crowns 2 Canadian films
    Tuesday May 01st 2012

    Two Canadian films were top winners at the Tribeca Film Festival in New York City on Thursday evening. War Witch, the story of an African child soldier, directed by Montreal filmmaker Kim Nguyen, won best film in the world narrative category. Also, the film’s 15-year-old star Rachel Mwanza was named[…]

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Archives for: May 20125
  • Nielsen: TV viewing dips
    Thursday May 03rd 2012

    For the first time in years, Nielsen is reporting a slight decline in overall TV viewing in the US. In the last three months of 2011, the average American with a TV set at home spent 153 hours and 19 minutes each watching “traditional TV” – viewed on a television rather than a device like a computer or tablet – which is about 46 minutes less than was watched in the last three months of 2010, according to Nielsen, which monitors a sample of US households to produce TV ratings every day.

  • Canadian film students document search for Morgan Freeman
    Thursday May 03rd 2012

    Plenty of people have wished Morgan Freeman narrated their lives. The deep, reassuring timbre of the Oscar winner’s voice has guided audiences through Million Dollar Baby, Shawshank Redemption and March of the Penguins. Now, that voice is part of a remarkable journey involving two film students from Simon Fraser University[…]

  • McKellar to the rescue of film
    Thursday May 03rd 2012

    Toronto actor-writer-director Don McKellar is set to direct The Grand Seduction. Last week it was announced that Ken Scott was dropping out as director of the movie, the $13-million remake of La Grande seduction, the 2003 Quebec comedy hit, and Grand Seduction producer Roger Frappier made no secret of his bitter disappointment following Scott’s sudden decision.

  • Warner Bros launch film scripts as e-books
    Tuesday May 01st 2012

    Ben Hur and Casablanca are among the film scripts to be released as e-books for the first time by Warner Bros. Other movies in the Inside the Script series will include An American in Paris and North by Northwest. The e-books include items such as the shooting script, production notes, storyboards and on-set photographs. “Now we can give fans rarely seen details of how these stories came together,” said Thomas Gewecke, Warner Bros president of digital distribution.

  • Tribeca film fest crowns 2 Canadian films
    Tuesday May 01st 2012

    Two Canadian films were top winners at the Tribeca Film Festival in New York City on Thursday evening. War Witch, the story of an African child soldier, directed by Montreal filmmaker Kim Nguyen, won best film in the world narrative category. Also, the film’s 15-year-old star Rachel Mwanza was named[…]

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Archives for: May 20125
  • Nielsen: TV viewing dips
    Thursday May 03rd 2012

    For the first time in years, Nielsen is reporting a slight decline in overall TV viewing in the US. In the last three months of 2011, the average American with a TV set at home spent 153 hours and 19 minutes each watching “traditional TV” – viewed on a television rather than a device like a computer or tablet – which is about 46 minutes less than was watched in the last three months of 2010, according to Nielsen, which monitors a sample of US households to produce TV ratings every day.

  • Canadian film students document search for Morgan Freeman
    Thursday May 03rd 2012

    Plenty of people have wished Morgan Freeman narrated their lives. The deep, reassuring timbre of the Oscar winner’s voice has guided audiences through Million Dollar Baby, Shawshank Redemption and March of the Penguins. Now, that voice is part of a remarkable journey involving two film students from Simon Fraser University[…]

  • McKellar to the rescue of film
    Thursday May 03rd 2012

    Toronto actor-writer-director Don McKellar is set to direct The Grand Seduction. Last week it was announced that Ken Scott was dropping out as director of the movie, the $13-million remake of La Grande seduction, the 2003 Quebec comedy hit, and Grand Seduction producer Roger Frappier made no secret of his bitter disappointment following Scott’s sudden decision.

  • Warner Bros launch film scripts as e-books
    Tuesday May 01st 2012

    Ben Hur and Casablanca are among the film scripts to be released as e-books for the first time by Warner Bros. Other movies in the Inside the Script series will include An American in Paris and North by Northwest. The e-books include items such as the shooting script, production notes, storyboards and on-set photographs. “Now we can give fans rarely seen details of how these stories came together,” said Thomas Gewecke, Warner Bros president of digital distribution.

  • Tribeca film fest crowns 2 Canadian films
    Tuesday May 01st 2012

    Two Canadian films were top winners at the Tribeca Film Festival in New York City on Thursday evening. War Witch, the story of an African child soldier, directed by Montreal filmmaker Kim Nguyen, won best film in the world narrative category. Also, the film’s 15-year-old star Rachel Mwanza was named[…]

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