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  • Kim Nguyen’s ‘War Witch’ Sweeps Quebec Film Awards
    Tuesday March 19th 2013

    Having cleaned up at the recent Canadian Screen Awards, Kim Nguyen’s Congo child-soldier drama War Witch on Sunday night swept the Jutras, Quebec’s film awards. The Oscar contender, also known as Rebelle, won Jutras for best film, best director for Nguyen and best actress for Rachel Mwanza. In all, War Witch earned eight of the nine Jutra categories it challenged in. That mirrored the recent Canadian Screen Awards, where Nguyen’s French-language film came into the national awards show with 12 nominations and came away with 10 trophies, including best film, best direction, best actress for Mwanza and best supporting actor for Serge Kayinda.

  • Dome’s “SideCar” initiative and new mobile “Pacific” to be on display at NAB 2013
    Tuesday March 19th 2013

    Dome Productions is proud to be showcasing its Dome Digital vehicle, SideCar along with the recently launched full-size mobile, Pacific at this year’s NAB. SideCar is a Companion TV trailer that supports webstreaming and small productions; perfect for entertainment, sports and reality shows. The vehicle provides the client what they need to bring a broadcast quality production to the Second Screen.

  • Live Stream and Videolink announce Master Reseller agreement for Canada
    Monday March 18th 2013

    Toronto based Videolink Inc. announced that they have negotiated with Live Stream to become the Canadian Master Reseller, effective immediately. Company officials expect this agreement to improve investor confidence and widen its customer base.

  • Co-Production Plan Boosts Canada’s TV, Film and Second Screen Industries
    Friday March 15th 2013

    The Department of Canadian Heritage will continue to negotiate co-production treaties on behalf of the country’s film, television and second screen content producers. In the past ten years, such negotiations have led to some 700 co pros valued at nearly $5 billion in total production budgets.

  • Drop in foreign film production in B.C. made up for by increased domestic activity
    Thursday March 14th 2013

    The value of foreign feature film activity in B.C. fell by $105 million last year to $324 million but increasing domestic production caused total film and television production to rise by 2.3 per cent to $1.216 billion, according to BC Film Commission data released today. Total domestic production in the province rose by 55 per cent to $324.2 million, offsetting a nine-per-cent decline in foreign production to $891.7 million. Domestic and foreign television series production increased 22 per last year cent to $614 million. While U.S. feature film production in B.C. slowed in 2012, more than 30 digital visual effects projects, worth $121 million, took place in the province.

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  • Kim Nguyen’s ‘War Witch’ Sweeps Quebec Film Awards
    Tuesday March 19th 2013

    Having cleaned up at the recent Canadian Screen Awards, Kim Nguyen’s Congo child-soldier drama War Witch on Sunday night swept the Jutras, Quebec’s film awards. The Oscar contender, also known as Rebelle, won Jutras for best film, best director for Nguyen and best actress for Rachel Mwanza. In all, War Witch earned eight of the nine Jutra categories it challenged in. That mirrored the recent Canadian Screen Awards, where Nguyen’s French-language film came into the national awards show with 12 nominations and came away with 10 trophies, including best film, best direction, best actress for Mwanza and best supporting actor for Serge Kayinda.

  • Dome’s “SideCar” initiative and new mobile “Pacific” to be on display at NAB 2013
    Tuesday March 19th 2013

    Dome Productions is proud to be showcasing its Dome Digital vehicle, SideCar along with the recently launched full-size mobile, Pacific at this year’s NAB. SideCar is a Companion TV trailer that supports webstreaming and small productions; perfect for entertainment, sports and reality shows. The vehicle provides the client what they need to bring a broadcast quality production to the Second Screen.

  • Live Stream and Videolink announce Master Reseller agreement for Canada
    Monday March 18th 2013

    Toronto based Videolink Inc. announced that they have negotiated with Live Stream to become the Canadian Master Reseller, effective immediately. Company officials expect this agreement to improve investor confidence and widen its customer base.

  • Co-Production Plan Boosts Canada’s TV, Film and Second Screen Industries
    Friday March 15th 2013

    The Department of Canadian Heritage will continue to negotiate co-production treaties on behalf of the country’s film, television and second screen content producers. In the past ten years, such negotiations have led to some 700 co pros valued at nearly $5 billion in total production budgets.

  • Drop in foreign film production in B.C. made up for by increased domestic activity
    Thursday March 14th 2013

    The value of foreign feature film activity in B.C. fell by $105 million last year to $324 million but increasing domestic production caused total film and television production to rise by 2.3 per cent to $1.216 billion, according to BC Film Commission data released today. Total domestic production in the province rose by 55 per cent to $324.2 million, offsetting a nine-per-cent decline in foreign production to $891.7 million. Domestic and foreign television series production increased 22 per last year cent to $614 million. While U.S. feature film production in B.C. slowed in 2012, more than 30 digital visual effects projects, worth $121 million, took place in the province.

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Archives for: March 20135
  • Kim Nguyen’s ‘War Witch’ Sweeps Quebec Film Awards
    Tuesday March 19th 2013

    Having cleaned up at the recent Canadian Screen Awards, Kim Nguyen’s Congo child-soldier drama War Witch on Sunday night swept the Jutras, Quebec’s film awards. The Oscar contender, also known as Rebelle, won Jutras for best film, best director for Nguyen and best actress for Rachel Mwanza. In all, War Witch earned eight of the nine Jutra categories it challenged in. That mirrored the recent Canadian Screen Awards, where Nguyen’s French-language film came into the national awards show with 12 nominations and came away with 10 trophies, including best film, best direction, best actress for Mwanza and best supporting actor for Serge Kayinda.

  • Dome’s “SideCar” initiative and new mobile “Pacific” to be on display at NAB 2013
    Tuesday March 19th 2013

    Dome Productions is proud to be showcasing its Dome Digital vehicle, SideCar along with the recently launched full-size mobile, Pacific at this year’s NAB. SideCar is a Companion TV trailer that supports webstreaming and small productions; perfect for entertainment, sports and reality shows. The vehicle provides the client what they need to bring a broadcast quality production to the Second Screen.

  • Live Stream and Videolink announce Master Reseller agreement for Canada
    Monday March 18th 2013

    Toronto based Videolink Inc. announced that they have negotiated with Live Stream to become the Canadian Master Reseller, effective immediately. Company officials expect this agreement to improve investor confidence and widen its customer base.

  • Co-Production Plan Boosts Canada’s TV, Film and Second Screen Industries
    Friday March 15th 2013

    The Department of Canadian Heritage will continue to negotiate co-production treaties on behalf of the country’s film, television and second screen content producers. In the past ten years, such negotiations have led to some 700 co pros valued at nearly $5 billion in total production budgets.

  • Drop in foreign film production in B.C. made up for by increased domestic activity
    Thursday March 14th 2013

    The value of foreign feature film activity in B.C. fell by $105 million last year to $324 million but increasing domestic production caused total film and television production to rise by 2.3 per cent to $1.216 billion, according to BC Film Commission data released today. Total domestic production in the province rose by 55 per cent to $324.2 million, offsetting a nine-per-cent decline in foreign production to $891.7 million. Domestic and foreign television series production increased 22 per last year cent to $614 million. While U.S. feature film production in B.C. slowed in 2012, more than 30 digital visual effects projects, worth $121 million, took place in the province.

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