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  • When and Why Should I consider 2D to 3D Conversion?: A conversation and debate
    Thursday March 14th 2013

    The recent success of Stereoscopic-3D Cinema has been enabled by the latest advancements in digital imaging technology. “Native” stereo-3D capture has become increasingly easier and more familiar to the filmmaking community; but so has the economic, technical and artistic viability of converting new or existing 2D content to 3D. The discussion on whether[…]

  • SXSW 2013: Toronto-raised Vincenzo Natali’s Haunter bows at midnight
    Tuesday March 12th 2013

    When the clock strikes midnight at the South by Southwest Film Festival, the latest, most outrageous indie genre fare unspools in a program that has proved wildly popular with both audiences and U.S. distributors, who have picked up world-premiering titles like Monster, Kill List and, last year, Citadel. So it’s[…]

  • Tribeca Film Festival announces shorts lineup with films featuring Elijah Wood, Elle Fanning, more
    Tuesday March 12th 2013

    For short films, the Tribeca Film Festival is a must. Winning the award for Narrative Short or Best Documentary Short automatically qualifies a film for the Academy Awards. Their track record isn’t too bad either. Shawn Christensen’s Curfew had its New York premiere at the Festival and went on to[…]

  • Dropping revenue prompts Winnipeg Film Group to consider relocation
    Tuesday March 12th 2013

    In the face of declining box office revenue, changing government funding priorities and an inflexible presentation space, the Winnipeg Film Group is pondering a move from its current home in the Artspace Building. The chance Winnipeg’s largest filmmaking organization may leave its central Exchange District home — and the lack of a concrete vision for what a proposed new “media arts hub” will look like — is prompting debate in the filmmaking community. “We need to consider that we’re a community-serving organization,” says Film Group executive director Cecilia Araneda, who has tracked a 50% decline in box office revenue from Cinematheque, the WFG’s presentation space and largest component.

  • PS Honours Paul Pope with the Douglas James Dales Industry Builder Award
    Friday March 08th 2013

    Douglas Barrett, President and CEO of PS Production Services Ltd., announced that Paul Pope, founder and senior producer at Pope Productions in Newfoundland, is the recipient of the 2013 Douglas James Dales Industry Builder Award. The award was presented to Paul at the annual PS Dinner on the Hill, held during the Canadian Media Production Association Prime Time Conference in Ottawa.

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Archives for: March 20135
  • When and Why Should I consider 2D to 3D Conversion?: A conversation and debate
    Thursday March 14th 2013

    The recent success of Stereoscopic-3D Cinema has been enabled by the latest advancements in digital imaging technology. “Native” stereo-3D capture has become increasingly easier and more familiar to the filmmaking community; but so has the economic, technical and artistic viability of converting new or existing 2D content to 3D. The discussion on whether[…]

  • SXSW 2013: Toronto-raised Vincenzo Natali’s Haunter bows at midnight
    Tuesday March 12th 2013

    When the clock strikes midnight at the South by Southwest Film Festival, the latest, most outrageous indie genre fare unspools in a program that has proved wildly popular with both audiences and U.S. distributors, who have picked up world-premiering titles like Monster, Kill List and, last year, Citadel. So it’s[…]

  • Tribeca Film Festival announces shorts lineup with films featuring Elijah Wood, Elle Fanning, more
    Tuesday March 12th 2013

    For short films, the Tribeca Film Festival is a must. Winning the award for Narrative Short or Best Documentary Short automatically qualifies a film for the Academy Awards. Their track record isn’t too bad either. Shawn Christensen’s Curfew had its New York premiere at the Festival and went on to[…]

  • Dropping revenue prompts Winnipeg Film Group to consider relocation
    Tuesday March 12th 2013

    In the face of declining box office revenue, changing government funding priorities and an inflexible presentation space, the Winnipeg Film Group is pondering a move from its current home in the Artspace Building. The chance Winnipeg’s largest filmmaking organization may leave its central Exchange District home — and the lack of a concrete vision for what a proposed new “media arts hub” will look like — is prompting debate in the filmmaking community. “We need to consider that we’re a community-serving organization,” says Film Group executive director Cecilia Araneda, who has tracked a 50% decline in box office revenue from Cinematheque, the WFG’s presentation space and largest component.

  • PS Honours Paul Pope with the Douglas James Dales Industry Builder Award
    Friday March 08th 2013

    Douglas Barrett, President and CEO of PS Production Services Ltd., announced that Paul Pope, founder and senior producer at Pope Productions in Newfoundland, is the recipient of the 2013 Douglas James Dales Industry Builder Award. The award was presented to Paul at the annual PS Dinner on the Hill, held during the Canadian Media Production Association Prime Time Conference in Ottawa.

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Archives for: March 20135
  • When and Why Should I consider 2D to 3D Conversion?: A conversation and debate
    Thursday March 14th 2013

    The recent success of Stereoscopic-3D Cinema has been enabled by the latest advancements in digital imaging technology. “Native” stereo-3D capture has become increasingly easier and more familiar to the filmmaking community; but so has the economic, technical and artistic viability of converting new or existing 2D content to 3D. The discussion on whether[…]

  • SXSW 2013: Toronto-raised Vincenzo Natali’s Haunter bows at midnight
    Tuesday March 12th 2013

    When the clock strikes midnight at the South by Southwest Film Festival, the latest, most outrageous indie genre fare unspools in a program that has proved wildly popular with both audiences and U.S. distributors, who have picked up world-premiering titles like Monster, Kill List and, last year, Citadel. So it’s[…]

  • Tribeca Film Festival announces shorts lineup with films featuring Elijah Wood, Elle Fanning, more
    Tuesday March 12th 2013

    For short films, the Tribeca Film Festival is a must. Winning the award for Narrative Short or Best Documentary Short automatically qualifies a film for the Academy Awards. Their track record isn’t too bad either. Shawn Christensen’s Curfew had its New York premiere at the Festival and went on to[…]

  • Dropping revenue prompts Winnipeg Film Group to consider relocation
    Tuesday March 12th 2013

    In the face of declining box office revenue, changing government funding priorities and an inflexible presentation space, the Winnipeg Film Group is pondering a move from its current home in the Artspace Building. The chance Winnipeg’s largest filmmaking organization may leave its central Exchange District home — and the lack of a concrete vision for what a proposed new “media arts hub” will look like — is prompting debate in the filmmaking community. “We need to consider that we’re a community-serving organization,” says Film Group executive director Cecilia Araneda, who has tracked a 50% decline in box office revenue from Cinematheque, the WFG’s presentation space and largest component.

  • PS Honours Paul Pope with the Douglas James Dales Industry Builder Award
    Friday March 08th 2013

    Douglas Barrett, President and CEO of PS Production Services Ltd., announced that Paul Pope, founder and senior producer at Pope Productions in Newfoundland, is the recipient of the 2013 Douglas James Dales Industry Builder Award. The award was presented to Paul at the annual PS Dinner on the Hill, held during the Canadian Media Production Association Prime Time Conference in Ottawa.

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