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  • Bullock, Aniston, Law, Jackman among stars headed to TIFF
    Friday August 30th 2013

    TORONTO - Jennifer Aniston, Kate Winslet, Colin Firth, Nicole Kidman, Jude Law and Hugh Jackman are among the A-listers heading to next month’s Toronto International Film Festival, a glitzy parade organizers touted Tuesday as ground zero for those seeking awards season glory. Organizers say this year’s star-packed guest list also includes Sandra Bullock, Marion Cotillard, Daniel Radcliffe, Reese Witherspoon and Kristen Wiig.

  • Storage Wars Canada bids for homegrown viewers
    Thursday August 29th 2013

    Ursula Stolf had never bet on a storage unit until the day she set foot on the set of Storage Wars Canada. Now she can’t stop. “Basically the rule of thumb when you’re buying a (storage) locker is to see your money upfront, but that’s not necessarily the case because things are hidden,” said Stolf. “The feeling is addictive.” Storage Wars Canada is the latest addition to the ever expanding Storage Wars universe.

  • White actors dominate ads on Canada’s TV stations, new survey finds
    Wednesday August 28th 2013

    A new study says whites are overrepresented in Canadian TV ads and more likely than blacks or Asians to be depicted in a positive light. Some experts, however, are divided on whether that’s a bad thing. In a survey released earlier this month sociology professor Shyon Baumann and PhD student[…]

  • Telluride Film Festival Unveils Lineup
    Wednesday August 28th 2013

    Even by the sky-high standards of Colorado’s famous fest in a Wild West-era town, the 40th Telluride Film Festival (running Aug. 29-Sept. 2) is a rip-snorting cinematic bonanza. The lineup includes the world premiere of Jason Reitman’s Labor Day, starring Kate Winslet in an adaptation of Joyce Maynard’s novel and, fresh from opening the Venice International Film Festival, Alfonso Cuaron’s 3D space odyssey Gravity.

  • Apple is courting HBO, Viacom and ESPN for long-rumoured Apple television
    Thursday August 22nd 2013

    According to Quartz, Apple is in talks with Viacom, HBO, Disney, ESPN and numerous other production companies, about creating a new content service for their often-rumoured full-fledged Apple television. Apple’s plan is to bundle channels into apps that stream content directly to Apple’s special television, which has yet to be announced. Basically, it sounds like Apple is creating its own special brand of smart TVs. This project has been rumoured for years but we still haven’t heard anything other than rumours about it yet.

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  • Bullock, Aniston, Law, Jackman among stars headed to TIFF
    Friday August 30th 2013

    TORONTO - Jennifer Aniston, Kate Winslet, Colin Firth, Nicole Kidman, Jude Law and Hugh Jackman are among the A-listers heading to next month’s Toronto International Film Festival, a glitzy parade organizers touted Tuesday as ground zero for those seeking awards season glory. Organizers say this year’s star-packed guest list also includes Sandra Bullock, Marion Cotillard, Daniel Radcliffe, Reese Witherspoon and Kristen Wiig.

  • Storage Wars Canada bids for homegrown viewers
    Thursday August 29th 2013

    Ursula Stolf had never bet on a storage unit until the day she set foot on the set of Storage Wars Canada. Now she can’t stop. “Basically the rule of thumb when you’re buying a (storage) locker is to see your money upfront, but that’s not necessarily the case because things are hidden,” said Stolf. “The feeling is addictive.” Storage Wars Canada is the latest addition to the ever expanding Storage Wars universe.

  • White actors dominate ads on Canada’s TV stations, new survey finds
    Wednesday August 28th 2013

    A new study says whites are overrepresented in Canadian TV ads and more likely than blacks or Asians to be depicted in a positive light. Some experts, however, are divided on whether that’s a bad thing. In a survey released earlier this month sociology professor Shyon Baumann and PhD student[…]

  • Telluride Film Festival Unveils Lineup
    Wednesday August 28th 2013

    Even by the sky-high standards of Colorado’s famous fest in a Wild West-era town, the 40th Telluride Film Festival (running Aug. 29-Sept. 2) is a rip-snorting cinematic bonanza. The lineup includes the world premiere of Jason Reitman’s Labor Day, starring Kate Winslet in an adaptation of Joyce Maynard’s novel and, fresh from opening the Venice International Film Festival, Alfonso Cuaron’s 3D space odyssey Gravity.

  • Apple is courting HBO, Viacom and ESPN for long-rumoured Apple television
    Thursday August 22nd 2013

    According to Quartz, Apple is in talks with Viacom, HBO, Disney, ESPN and numerous other production companies, about creating a new content service for their often-rumoured full-fledged Apple television. Apple’s plan is to bundle channels into apps that stream content directly to Apple’s special television, which has yet to be announced. Basically, it sounds like Apple is creating its own special brand of smart TVs. This project has been rumoured for years but we still haven’t heard anything other than rumours about it yet.

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Archives for: August 20135
  • Bullock, Aniston, Law, Jackman among stars headed to TIFF
    Friday August 30th 2013

    TORONTO - Jennifer Aniston, Kate Winslet, Colin Firth, Nicole Kidman, Jude Law and Hugh Jackman are among the A-listers heading to next month’s Toronto International Film Festival, a glitzy parade organizers touted Tuesday as ground zero for those seeking awards season glory. Organizers say this year’s star-packed guest list also includes Sandra Bullock, Marion Cotillard, Daniel Radcliffe, Reese Witherspoon and Kristen Wiig.

  • Storage Wars Canada bids for homegrown viewers
    Thursday August 29th 2013

    Ursula Stolf had never bet on a storage unit until the day she set foot on the set of Storage Wars Canada. Now she can’t stop. “Basically the rule of thumb when you’re buying a (storage) locker is to see your money upfront, but that’s not necessarily the case because things are hidden,” said Stolf. “The feeling is addictive.” Storage Wars Canada is the latest addition to the ever expanding Storage Wars universe.

  • White actors dominate ads on Canada’s TV stations, new survey finds
    Wednesday August 28th 2013

    A new study says whites are overrepresented in Canadian TV ads and more likely than blacks or Asians to be depicted in a positive light. Some experts, however, are divided on whether that’s a bad thing. In a survey released earlier this month sociology professor Shyon Baumann and PhD student[…]

  • Telluride Film Festival Unveils Lineup
    Wednesday August 28th 2013

    Even by the sky-high standards of Colorado’s famous fest in a Wild West-era town, the 40th Telluride Film Festival (running Aug. 29-Sept. 2) is a rip-snorting cinematic bonanza. The lineup includes the world premiere of Jason Reitman’s Labor Day, starring Kate Winslet in an adaptation of Joyce Maynard’s novel and, fresh from opening the Venice International Film Festival, Alfonso Cuaron’s 3D space odyssey Gravity.

  • Apple is courting HBO, Viacom and ESPN for long-rumoured Apple television
    Thursday August 22nd 2013

    According to Quartz, Apple is in talks with Viacom, HBO, Disney, ESPN and numerous other production companies, about creating a new content service for their often-rumoured full-fledged Apple television. Apple’s plan is to bundle channels into apps that stream content directly to Apple’s special television, which has yet to be announced. Basically, it sounds like Apple is creating its own special brand of smart TVs. This project has been rumoured for years but we still haven’t heard anything other than rumours about it yet.

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