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  • B.C. urges Ontario to harmonize film tax credits
    Thursday March 28th 2013

    Hoping to end The Hunger Games-like competition among provinces seeking movie productions, British Columbia is pleading with Ontario to harmonize its film tax credits to save both provinces a bundle. “Calling these things ‘tax credits’ is a bit misleading … they are subsidized incentives,” B.C. Finance Minister Mike de Jong[…]

  • William F. White Int’l Celebrates 50 Years of Innovation with Multimillion Dollar Investment in New Production Equipment Technologies
    Thursday March 28th 2013

    Paul Bronfman, Chairman/CEO of Comweb Corp. and leading equipment provider, William F. White International Inc., announced a multimillion dollar investment in new production equipment and technologies as the company celebrates its 50th anniversary this year. The significant capital investment will allow the company to continue to be the leader in bringing new technologies and products to market in an ever-evolving industry. Since the rebound of the Canadian production sector in 2010, WFW has invested well over $20 million on recent inventory acquisitions from top manufacturers including new Kino Flo Celeb LED lighting, Arri lensless HMI Par systems, new high-speed camera support vehicles and off-road camera cars in addition to conducting research and development toward high-speed imaging projects. The company has also introduced the new TechnoDolly into this year’s rental arsenal. 

  • A new film honours College Street, Toronto’s Little Italy and ‘European soul’
    Wednesday March 27th 2013

    Over the whir of a cappuccino maker and the sound of popping wine bottles, filmmaker Jerry Ciccoritti speaks above the din, recalling the day roughly two years ago when he had the “eureka” moment that led to him making his new film, The Resurrection of Tony Gitone, a comedy about[…]

  • Oscars 2014 moves to March to avoid Winter Olympics
    Tuesday March 26th 2013

    Next year’s Oscars will be held a week later than originally planned to avoid clashing with the Winter Olympics in Russia, it has been announced. The 2014 scheduling, 2 March, will push the world’s most famous film awards ceremony from its usual late February slot into the following month. This year’s event was held on 24 February, with controversial host Seth MacFarlane in charge of proceedings.

  • How Alamo makes a moviegoing experience to remember
    Thursday March 21st 2013

    The Alamo Drafthouse in Austin, Tex., is more than just a collision between cuisine and cinema. The venues are known as much for serving food with flicks as they are for their draconian policies against texting or late arrivals to screenings. This is a movie geek’s dream theatre, where almost every night you can catch something enjoyable surrounded by like-minded patrons, while at the same time sipping a local brew and munching on baked-to-order chocolate-chip cookies. We have many exceptional venues in Toronto that do wonderful things, but none does it all in a single space like the Alamo Drafthouse.

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Archives for: March 20135
  • B.C. urges Ontario to harmonize film tax credits
    Thursday March 28th 2013

    Hoping to end The Hunger Games-like competition among provinces seeking movie productions, British Columbia is pleading with Ontario to harmonize its film tax credits to save both provinces a bundle. “Calling these things ‘tax credits’ is a bit misleading … they are subsidized incentives,” B.C. Finance Minister Mike de Jong[…]

  • William F. White Int’l Celebrates 50 Years of Innovation with Multimillion Dollar Investment in New Production Equipment Technologies
    Thursday March 28th 2013

    Paul Bronfman, Chairman/CEO of Comweb Corp. and leading equipment provider, William F. White International Inc., announced a multimillion dollar investment in new production equipment and technologies as the company celebrates its 50th anniversary this year. The significant capital investment will allow the company to continue to be the leader in bringing new technologies and products to market in an ever-evolving industry. Since the rebound of the Canadian production sector in 2010, WFW has invested well over $20 million on recent inventory acquisitions from top manufacturers including new Kino Flo Celeb LED lighting, Arri lensless HMI Par systems, new high-speed camera support vehicles and off-road camera cars in addition to conducting research and development toward high-speed imaging projects. The company has also introduced the new TechnoDolly into this year’s rental arsenal. 

  • A new film honours College Street, Toronto’s Little Italy and ‘European soul’
    Wednesday March 27th 2013

    Over the whir of a cappuccino maker and the sound of popping wine bottles, filmmaker Jerry Ciccoritti speaks above the din, recalling the day roughly two years ago when he had the “eureka” moment that led to him making his new film, The Resurrection of Tony Gitone, a comedy about[…]

  • Oscars 2014 moves to March to avoid Winter Olympics
    Tuesday March 26th 2013

    Next year’s Oscars will be held a week later than originally planned to avoid clashing with the Winter Olympics in Russia, it has been announced. The 2014 scheduling, 2 March, will push the world’s most famous film awards ceremony from its usual late February slot into the following month. This year’s event was held on 24 February, with controversial host Seth MacFarlane in charge of proceedings.

  • How Alamo makes a moviegoing experience to remember
    Thursday March 21st 2013

    The Alamo Drafthouse in Austin, Tex., is more than just a collision between cuisine and cinema. The venues are known as much for serving food with flicks as they are for their draconian policies against texting or late arrivals to screenings. This is a movie geek’s dream theatre, where almost every night you can catch something enjoyable surrounded by like-minded patrons, while at the same time sipping a local brew and munching on baked-to-order chocolate-chip cookies. We have many exceptional venues in Toronto that do wonderful things, but none does it all in a single space like the Alamo Drafthouse.

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Archives for: March 20135
  • B.C. urges Ontario to harmonize film tax credits
    Thursday March 28th 2013

    Hoping to end The Hunger Games-like competition among provinces seeking movie productions, British Columbia is pleading with Ontario to harmonize its film tax credits to save both provinces a bundle. “Calling these things ‘tax credits’ is a bit misleading … they are subsidized incentives,” B.C. Finance Minister Mike de Jong[…]

  • William F. White Int’l Celebrates 50 Years of Innovation with Multimillion Dollar Investment in New Production Equipment Technologies
    Thursday March 28th 2013

    Paul Bronfman, Chairman/CEO of Comweb Corp. and leading equipment provider, William F. White International Inc., announced a multimillion dollar investment in new production equipment and technologies as the company celebrates its 50th anniversary this year. The significant capital investment will allow the company to continue to be the leader in bringing new technologies and products to market in an ever-evolving industry. Since the rebound of the Canadian production sector in 2010, WFW has invested well over $20 million on recent inventory acquisitions from top manufacturers including new Kino Flo Celeb LED lighting, Arri lensless HMI Par systems, new high-speed camera support vehicles and off-road camera cars in addition to conducting research and development toward high-speed imaging projects. The company has also introduced the new TechnoDolly into this year’s rental arsenal. 

  • A new film honours College Street, Toronto’s Little Italy and ‘European soul’
    Wednesday March 27th 2013

    Over the whir of a cappuccino maker and the sound of popping wine bottles, filmmaker Jerry Ciccoritti speaks above the din, recalling the day roughly two years ago when he had the “eureka” moment that led to him making his new film, The Resurrection of Tony Gitone, a comedy about[…]

  • Oscars 2014 moves to March to avoid Winter Olympics
    Tuesday March 26th 2013

    Next year’s Oscars will be held a week later than originally planned to avoid clashing with the Winter Olympics in Russia, it has been announced. The 2014 scheduling, 2 March, will push the world’s most famous film awards ceremony from its usual late February slot into the following month. This year’s event was held on 24 February, with controversial host Seth MacFarlane in charge of proceedings.

  • How Alamo makes a moviegoing experience to remember
    Thursday March 21st 2013

    The Alamo Drafthouse in Austin, Tex., is more than just a collision between cuisine and cinema. The venues are known as much for serving food with flicks as they are for their draconian policies against texting or late arrivals to screenings. This is a movie geek’s dream theatre, where almost every night you can catch something enjoyable surrounded by like-minded patrons, while at the same time sipping a local brew and munching on baked-to-order chocolate-chip cookies. We have many exceptional venues in Toronto that do wonderful things, but none does it all in a single space like the Alamo Drafthouse.

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