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  • Canadian film awards get a boost
    Thursday November 29th 2012

    TORONTO - A prize that Toronto film critics give to their favourite Canadian movie of the year has been increased to a whopping $100,000. The Rogers Best Canadian Film Award was previously worth $15,000. The winner will be announced at a gala dinner held by the Toronto Film Critics Association[…]

  • Revolutionary File-Based Multicam Workflow For “Life With Boys”
    Wednesday November 28th 2012

    SIM Digital and Bling (a division of SIM Digital) were recently enlisted to develop an innovative workflow for the multicam production of season 2 of Life with Boys. The previous season of the tween series produced by YTV/Corus wanted to move from a tape-based recording environment to a 4 camera studio package that employed a tapeless workflow with the added functionality of an on-set post production solution.

  • 2012 productions boost Toronto even higher than 2011
    Tuesday November 27th 2012

    From high-profile studio tentpoles like “Robocop” to NBCU’s “Defiance” and BBC America’s “Orphan Black,” Toronto’s film and TV biz has become one of the key benficiaries of Hollywood’s runaway production. 2012 is on track to at least match last year’s record C$1.26 billion ($1.25 billion) of combined foreign and domestic production spending in Ontario, according to figures from the Ontario Media Development Corp. and the Toronto Film Office. Of the $967 million spent in Toronto last year, more than half came from major U.S. productions.

  • VideoLink Launches in Western New York
    Monday November 26th 2012

    With the final touches in place on the construction and renovation of their new Western NY office, Bruce Richardson, the world’s number one “Elite-level” Newtek dealer, is thrilled to announce that VideoLink USA officially opened its doors on November 23rd. “We are thrilled to be open for business in Western New York,” said Richardson. “We felt clients in the region were primed for the type of service that VideoLink and Newtek offers.”

  • Whistler Film Festival gunning to become Canada’s answer to Sundance
    Thursday November 22nd 2012

    If there was any doubt this was going to be a magical 12th birthday for the Whistler Film Festival it vanished with the news that Harry Potter would be materializing. Daniel Radcliffe, who just finished shooting The F-word in Toronto – a movie based on the play Toothpaste and Cigars by Vancouverites TJ Dawe and Michael Rinaldi – is taking part in a special Q&A session Nov. 30 at this year’s Whistler’s Festival, which runs from Nov. 28 to Dec. 2.

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  • Canadian film awards get a boost
    Thursday November 29th 2012

    TORONTO - A prize that Toronto film critics give to their favourite Canadian movie of the year has been increased to a whopping $100,000. The Rogers Best Canadian Film Award was previously worth $15,000. The winner will be announced at a gala dinner held by the Toronto Film Critics Association[…]

  • Revolutionary File-Based Multicam Workflow For “Life With Boys”
    Wednesday November 28th 2012

    SIM Digital and Bling (a division of SIM Digital) were recently enlisted to develop an innovative workflow for the multicam production of season 2 of Life with Boys. The previous season of the tween series produced by YTV/Corus wanted to move from a tape-based recording environment to a 4 camera studio package that employed a tapeless workflow with the added functionality of an on-set post production solution.

  • 2012 productions boost Toronto even higher than 2011
    Tuesday November 27th 2012

    From high-profile studio tentpoles like “Robocop” to NBCU’s “Defiance” and BBC America’s “Orphan Black,” Toronto’s film and TV biz has become one of the key benficiaries of Hollywood’s runaway production. 2012 is on track to at least match last year’s record C$1.26 billion ($1.25 billion) of combined foreign and domestic production spending in Ontario, according to figures from the Ontario Media Development Corp. and the Toronto Film Office. Of the $967 million spent in Toronto last year, more than half came from major U.S. productions.

  • VideoLink Launches in Western New York
    Monday November 26th 2012

    With the final touches in place on the construction and renovation of their new Western NY office, Bruce Richardson, the world’s number one “Elite-level” Newtek dealer, is thrilled to announce that VideoLink USA officially opened its doors on November 23rd. “We are thrilled to be open for business in Western New York,” said Richardson. “We felt clients in the region were primed for the type of service that VideoLink and Newtek offers.”

  • Whistler Film Festival gunning to become Canada’s answer to Sundance
    Thursday November 22nd 2012

    If there was any doubt this was going to be a magical 12th birthday for the Whistler Film Festival it vanished with the news that Harry Potter would be materializing. Daniel Radcliffe, who just finished shooting The F-word in Toronto – a movie based on the play Toothpaste and Cigars by Vancouverites TJ Dawe and Michael Rinaldi – is taking part in a special Q&A session Nov. 30 at this year’s Whistler’s Festival, which runs from Nov. 28 to Dec. 2.

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Archives for: November 20125
  • Canadian film awards get a boost
    Thursday November 29th 2012

    TORONTO - A prize that Toronto film critics give to their favourite Canadian movie of the year has been increased to a whopping $100,000. The Rogers Best Canadian Film Award was previously worth $15,000. The winner will be announced at a gala dinner held by the Toronto Film Critics Association[…]

  • Revolutionary File-Based Multicam Workflow For “Life With Boys”
    Wednesday November 28th 2012

    SIM Digital and Bling (a division of SIM Digital) were recently enlisted to develop an innovative workflow for the multicam production of season 2 of Life with Boys. The previous season of the tween series produced by YTV/Corus wanted to move from a tape-based recording environment to a 4 camera studio package that employed a tapeless workflow with the added functionality of an on-set post production solution.

  • 2012 productions boost Toronto even higher than 2011
    Tuesday November 27th 2012

    From high-profile studio tentpoles like “Robocop” to NBCU’s “Defiance” and BBC America’s “Orphan Black,” Toronto’s film and TV biz has become one of the key benficiaries of Hollywood’s runaway production. 2012 is on track to at least match last year’s record C$1.26 billion ($1.25 billion) of combined foreign and domestic production spending in Ontario, according to figures from the Ontario Media Development Corp. and the Toronto Film Office. Of the $967 million spent in Toronto last year, more than half came from major U.S. productions.

  • VideoLink Launches in Western New York
    Monday November 26th 2012

    With the final touches in place on the construction and renovation of their new Western NY office, Bruce Richardson, the world’s number one “Elite-level” Newtek dealer, is thrilled to announce that VideoLink USA officially opened its doors on November 23rd. “We are thrilled to be open for business in Western New York,” said Richardson. “We felt clients in the region were primed for the type of service that VideoLink and Newtek offers.”

  • Whistler Film Festival gunning to become Canada’s answer to Sundance
    Thursday November 22nd 2012

    If there was any doubt this was going to be a magical 12th birthday for the Whistler Film Festival it vanished with the news that Harry Potter would be materializing. Daniel Radcliffe, who just finished shooting The F-word in Toronto – a movie based on the play Toothpaste and Cigars by Vancouverites TJ Dawe and Michael Rinaldi – is taking part in a special Q&A session Nov. 30 at this year’s Whistler’s Festival, which runs from Nov. 28 to Dec. 2.

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