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  • Toronto Underground Cinema up for sale after financial collapse
    Tuesday November 20th 2012

    Sedwick Hill admits the Toronto Underground Cinema, one of the city’s last repertory houses, crumbled under a load of personal financial troubles. Like a passionate but ill-fated movie romance, the Toronto financier’s labour of love turned quickly to heartbreak after he bought the downtown theatre space – located in the[…]

  • Former Toronto Film Studios Reopens, Fills Stages With Hollywood Shoots
    Tuesday November 20th 2012

    TORONTO - The former Toronto Film Studios is back in business as the Revival 629, with Ken and Linda Ferguson back running the complex. The film studio at 629 Eastern Avenue in downtown Toronto, which served as a temporary jail during the riotous 2010 G20 Summit, has reopened as the[…]

  • Michael Healey on the nation-building role of the CBC
    Tuesday November 20th 2012

    On Monday, the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission will begin licence-renewal hearings for CBC/Radio-Canada. Struggling with a $115-million cut, the CBC will ask the CRTC for permission to air ads on its Radio 2 service. The Friends of Canadian Broadcasting recently brought together Gordon Pinsent, Mary Lou Fallis, Eric Peterson,[…]

  • Internet television is where cable was in early days, says Conde Nast Entertainment chief
    Thursday November 15th 2012

    There’s already an endless amount of video entertainment available online, so it’s a bit weird to think that the era of internet television is just beginning. And yet it’s true – studios are still figuring out what to make, viewers are figuring out where to find it, and advertisers are[…]

  • Film buffs rally to save TVO’s ‘Saturday Night at the Movies’
    Thursday November 15th 2012

    Ontario movie buffs want their Saturday Night back. Fans are rallying to save the TV Ontario’s “Saturday Night at the Movies,” which is getting the axe as part of the publicly funded broadcaster’s budget cuts. Twitter was abuzz Wednesday with fans lamenting the demise of the nearly 40-year-old educational program, which stood apart from modern movie shows dominated by celebrity sound bites. Cinephiles were urged to sign an online petition to stop the cancellation of the show. It’s collected about 680 signatures since Tuesday. “Save #SNAM” was the call to arms on social media, with fans pleading with TVO to preserve the program.

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Archives for: November 20125
  • Toronto Underground Cinema up for sale after financial collapse
    Tuesday November 20th 2012

    Sedwick Hill admits the Toronto Underground Cinema, one of the city’s last repertory houses, crumbled under a load of personal financial troubles. Like a passionate but ill-fated movie romance, the Toronto financier’s labour of love turned quickly to heartbreak after he bought the downtown theatre space – located in the[…]

  • Former Toronto Film Studios Reopens, Fills Stages With Hollywood Shoots
    Tuesday November 20th 2012

    TORONTO - The former Toronto Film Studios is back in business as the Revival 629, with Ken and Linda Ferguson back running the complex. The film studio at 629 Eastern Avenue in downtown Toronto, which served as a temporary jail during the riotous 2010 G20 Summit, has reopened as the[…]

  • Michael Healey on the nation-building role of the CBC
    Tuesday November 20th 2012

    On Monday, the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission will begin licence-renewal hearings for CBC/Radio-Canada. Struggling with a $115-million cut, the CBC will ask the CRTC for permission to air ads on its Radio 2 service. The Friends of Canadian Broadcasting recently brought together Gordon Pinsent, Mary Lou Fallis, Eric Peterson,[…]

  • Internet television is where cable was in early days, says Conde Nast Entertainment chief
    Thursday November 15th 2012

    There’s already an endless amount of video entertainment available online, so it’s a bit weird to think that the era of internet television is just beginning. And yet it’s true – studios are still figuring out what to make, viewers are figuring out where to find it, and advertisers are[…]

  • Film buffs rally to save TVO’s ‘Saturday Night at the Movies’
    Thursday November 15th 2012

    Ontario movie buffs want their Saturday Night back. Fans are rallying to save the TV Ontario’s “Saturday Night at the Movies,” which is getting the axe as part of the publicly funded broadcaster’s budget cuts. Twitter was abuzz Wednesday with fans lamenting the demise of the nearly 40-year-old educational program, which stood apart from modern movie shows dominated by celebrity sound bites. Cinephiles were urged to sign an online petition to stop the cancellation of the show. It’s collected about 680 signatures since Tuesday. “Save #SNAM” was the call to arms on social media, with fans pleading with TVO to preserve the program.

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Archives for: November 20125
  • Toronto Underground Cinema up for sale after financial collapse
    Tuesday November 20th 2012

    Sedwick Hill admits the Toronto Underground Cinema, one of the city’s last repertory houses, crumbled under a load of personal financial troubles. Like a passionate but ill-fated movie romance, the Toronto financier’s labour of love turned quickly to heartbreak after he bought the downtown theatre space – located in the[…]

  • Former Toronto Film Studios Reopens, Fills Stages With Hollywood Shoots
    Tuesday November 20th 2012

    TORONTO - The former Toronto Film Studios is back in business as the Revival 629, with Ken and Linda Ferguson back running the complex. The film studio at 629 Eastern Avenue in downtown Toronto, which served as a temporary jail during the riotous 2010 G20 Summit, has reopened as the[…]

  • Michael Healey on the nation-building role of the CBC
    Tuesday November 20th 2012

    On Monday, the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission will begin licence-renewal hearings for CBC/Radio-Canada. Struggling with a $115-million cut, the CBC will ask the CRTC for permission to air ads on its Radio 2 service. The Friends of Canadian Broadcasting recently brought together Gordon Pinsent, Mary Lou Fallis, Eric Peterson,[…]

  • Internet television is where cable was in early days, says Conde Nast Entertainment chief
    Thursday November 15th 2012

    There’s already an endless amount of video entertainment available online, so it’s a bit weird to think that the era of internet television is just beginning. And yet it’s true – studios are still figuring out what to make, viewers are figuring out where to find it, and advertisers are[…]

  • Film buffs rally to save TVO’s ‘Saturday Night at the Movies’
    Thursday November 15th 2012

    Ontario movie buffs want their Saturday Night back. Fans are rallying to save the TV Ontario’s “Saturday Night at the Movies,” which is getting the axe as part of the publicly funded broadcaster’s budget cuts. Twitter was abuzz Wednesday with fans lamenting the demise of the nearly 40-year-old educational program, which stood apart from modern movie shows dominated by celebrity sound bites. Cinephiles were urged to sign an online petition to stop the cancellation of the show. It’s collected about 680 signatures since Tuesday. “Save #SNAM” was the call to arms on social media, with fans pleading with TVO to preserve the program.

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