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  • The latest OMDC newsletter has been released
    Monday May 13th 2013

    OMDC is digitally transforming the way they do business and making it easier for you to apply for tax credits and to their programs by using a paperless, secure Online Application Portal (OAP). You will be able to apply online (including uploading and storing corporate documents), track the status of your applications and communicate with OMDC regarding your applications through the OAP. The Portal makes it easy for you to collaborate with others on applications across multiple companies with a single user login.

  • Toronto Fest to Spotlight Athens
    Thursday May 09th 2013

    The Greek capital of Athens will be the focus of the Toronto Film Festival’s City to City program, artistic director Cameron Bailey and international programmer Dimitri Eipides announced Wednesday. Launched in 2009, City to City showcases 10 new pics from filmmakers based in the chosen city. Past programs presented films from Tel Aviv, Istanbul, Buenos Aires and Mumbai. “After a long period of hibernation, Greek cinema has found its way back to the forefront,” said Eipides, who has been part of the Toronto team since 1988 and was named General Director of the Thessaloniki Film Festival in 2010.

  • Comweb/William F. White Int’l Announce $40 Million Financing Arrangement with BMO Financial Group
    Thursday May 09th 2013

    Paul Bronfman, Chairman/CEO of Comweb Corp. and leading equipment provider, William F. White International Inc. (WFW) announced that his company has entered into a $40 million financing arrangement with BMO Financial Group. This marks the beginning of a new partnership between Canada’s oldest bank and Canada’s oldest and largest provider of professional motion picture, television, digital media, theatrical production equipment and technical services.

  • Television industry lags behind others in adopting cloud-based technology
    Tuesday May 07th 2013

    Many media production and distribution companies are having a difficult time exploiting cloud technologies to ease their workflow issues, says a new study commissioend by Nativ, a media management and software tools provider. Nativ said new advances like file-based workflows coupled with cloud computing are revolutionizing production, post and distribution[…]

  • Film industry could decide Vancouver-Fairview riding
    Tuesday May 07th 2013

    VANCOUVER (NEWS1130) – The race for the seat in Vancouver-Fairview is usually a close one and this year voters who work in the film industry could be the difference between who wins and who loses. “I’m told that Vancouver-Fairview has the highest number of film industry workers of any constituency[…]

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Archives for: May 20135
  • The latest OMDC newsletter has been released
    Monday May 13th 2013

    OMDC is digitally transforming the way they do business and making it easier for you to apply for tax credits and to their programs by using a paperless, secure Online Application Portal (OAP). You will be able to apply online (including uploading and storing corporate documents), track the status of your applications and communicate with OMDC regarding your applications through the OAP. The Portal makes it easy for you to collaborate with others on applications across multiple companies with a single user login.

  • Toronto Fest to Spotlight Athens
    Thursday May 09th 2013

    The Greek capital of Athens will be the focus of the Toronto Film Festival’s City to City program, artistic director Cameron Bailey and international programmer Dimitri Eipides announced Wednesday. Launched in 2009, City to City showcases 10 new pics from filmmakers based in the chosen city. Past programs presented films from Tel Aviv, Istanbul, Buenos Aires and Mumbai. “After a long period of hibernation, Greek cinema has found its way back to the forefront,” said Eipides, who has been part of the Toronto team since 1988 and was named General Director of the Thessaloniki Film Festival in 2010.

  • Comweb/William F. White Int’l Announce $40 Million Financing Arrangement with BMO Financial Group
    Thursday May 09th 2013

    Paul Bronfman, Chairman/CEO of Comweb Corp. and leading equipment provider, William F. White International Inc. (WFW) announced that his company has entered into a $40 million financing arrangement with BMO Financial Group. This marks the beginning of a new partnership between Canada’s oldest bank and Canada’s oldest and largest provider of professional motion picture, television, digital media, theatrical production equipment and technical services.

  • Television industry lags behind others in adopting cloud-based technology
    Tuesday May 07th 2013

    Many media production and distribution companies are having a difficult time exploiting cloud technologies to ease their workflow issues, says a new study commissioend by Nativ, a media management and software tools provider. Nativ said new advances like file-based workflows coupled with cloud computing are revolutionizing production, post and distribution[…]

  • Film industry could decide Vancouver-Fairview riding
    Tuesday May 07th 2013

    VANCOUVER (NEWS1130) – The race for the seat in Vancouver-Fairview is usually a close one and this year voters who work in the film industry could be the difference between who wins and who loses. “I’m told that Vancouver-Fairview has the highest number of film industry workers of any constituency[…]

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ARCHIVES

Archives for: May 20135
  • The latest OMDC newsletter has been released
    Monday May 13th 2013

    OMDC is digitally transforming the way they do business and making it easier for you to apply for tax credits and to their programs by using a paperless, secure Online Application Portal (OAP). You will be able to apply online (including uploading and storing corporate documents), track the status of your applications and communicate with OMDC regarding your applications through the OAP. The Portal makes it easy for you to collaborate with others on applications across multiple companies with a single user login.

  • Toronto Fest to Spotlight Athens
    Thursday May 09th 2013

    The Greek capital of Athens will be the focus of the Toronto Film Festival’s City to City program, artistic director Cameron Bailey and international programmer Dimitri Eipides announced Wednesday. Launched in 2009, City to City showcases 10 new pics from filmmakers based in the chosen city. Past programs presented films from Tel Aviv, Istanbul, Buenos Aires and Mumbai. “After a long period of hibernation, Greek cinema has found its way back to the forefront,” said Eipides, who has been part of the Toronto team since 1988 and was named General Director of the Thessaloniki Film Festival in 2010.

  • Comweb/William F. White Int’l Announce $40 Million Financing Arrangement with BMO Financial Group
    Thursday May 09th 2013

    Paul Bronfman, Chairman/CEO of Comweb Corp. and leading equipment provider, William F. White International Inc. (WFW) announced that his company has entered into a $40 million financing arrangement with BMO Financial Group. This marks the beginning of a new partnership between Canada’s oldest bank and Canada’s oldest and largest provider of professional motion picture, television, digital media, theatrical production equipment and technical services.

  • Television industry lags behind others in adopting cloud-based technology
    Tuesday May 07th 2013

    Many media production and distribution companies are having a difficult time exploiting cloud technologies to ease their workflow issues, says a new study commissioend by Nativ, a media management and software tools provider. Nativ said new advances like file-based workflows coupled with cloud computing are revolutionizing production, post and distribution[…]

  • Film industry could decide Vancouver-Fairview riding
    Tuesday May 07th 2013

    VANCOUVER (NEWS1130) – The race for the seat in Vancouver-Fairview is usually a close one and this year voters who work in the film industry could be the difference between who wins and who loses. “I’m told that Vancouver-Fairview has the highest number of film industry workers of any constituency[…]

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