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  • William F. White Int’l Creates Canada’s Only Coast-to-Coast Telescopic Camera Cranes Company
    Thursday August 22nd 2013

    Paul Bronfman, Chairman/CEO of Comweb Corp. and leading equipment provider, William F. White International Inc. (Whites), is announcing the closing of a new partnership with Telescopic Camera Cranes Ltd., creating Canada’s largest, full-service camera cranes company, Whites Telescopic Camera Cranes Inc. 

  • Canadian Film Distributors’ Lobby Restructures Under Pressure From Digital Challenges
    Tuesday August 20th 2013

    A shake-up in the local film distributors lobby group has seen Ted East step down as president of the Canadian Association of Film Distributors and Exporters. East will be leaving Sept. 15, as the association restructures and considers whether to find a replacement or out-source public affairs representation in Ottawa. CAFDE, which represents indie movie distributors, is shaking up its ranks to get its members around the digital curve after the entry of Netflix Canada and other U.S. digital platforms into the Canadian market. The industry group is also looking to lobby newly-installed heritage minister Shelly Glover and other Ottawa players to increase domestic broadcast spending, especially by pay TV operators, on homegrown films.

  • Spike Lee raises $1.25m on Kickstarter for ‘bloody, funny, sexy’ film
    Tuesday August 20th 2013

    Spike Lee’s Kickstarter campaign has reached the film-maker’s $1.25m target. His Kickstarter has seen more than 5,000 backers donate a total of $1,325,481 to date. The Do the Right Thing director took to the crowdfunding website after he described Hollywood’s film financing structure as “not an encouraging look for independent[…]

  • Spin creates environments and VFX for Game of Thrones
    Friday August 16th 2013

    Five-time Emmy nominated VFX Supervisor Doug Campbell and three-time Emmy nominated Supervising Producer, Luke Groves led Spin’s team to deliver over 200 shots for the season, including Mance Rayder’s Camp, the Direwolves compositing sequences in the Northern Forest, CG crows, the 3D Unsullied Army, the Twins matte painting and The Wall 3D environment.

  • SIM Digital Helps CTV’s “Spun Out” Shift into High Gear
    Tuesday August 13th 2013

    SIM Digital recently provided production and post-production equipment, services and support for the debut season of Spun Out, a new multi-camera sit-com from CTV and Project 10 Productions. SIM designed and built a complete file-based workflow for the show that extended from the cameras through final delivery and included such innovative features as real-time delivery of full-resolution camera media from the set to the editorial team.

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Archives for: August 20135
  • William F. White Int’l Creates Canada’s Only Coast-to-Coast Telescopic Camera Cranes Company
    Thursday August 22nd 2013

    Paul Bronfman, Chairman/CEO of Comweb Corp. and leading equipment provider, William F. White International Inc. (Whites), is announcing the closing of a new partnership with Telescopic Camera Cranes Ltd., creating Canada’s largest, full-service camera cranes company, Whites Telescopic Camera Cranes Inc. 

  • Canadian Film Distributors’ Lobby Restructures Under Pressure From Digital Challenges
    Tuesday August 20th 2013

    A shake-up in the local film distributors lobby group has seen Ted East step down as president of the Canadian Association of Film Distributors and Exporters. East will be leaving Sept. 15, as the association restructures and considers whether to find a replacement or out-source public affairs representation in Ottawa. CAFDE, which represents indie movie distributors, is shaking up its ranks to get its members around the digital curve after the entry of Netflix Canada and other U.S. digital platforms into the Canadian market. The industry group is also looking to lobby newly-installed heritage minister Shelly Glover and other Ottawa players to increase domestic broadcast spending, especially by pay TV operators, on homegrown films.

  • Spike Lee raises $1.25m on Kickstarter for ‘bloody, funny, sexy’ film
    Tuesday August 20th 2013

    Spike Lee’s Kickstarter campaign has reached the film-maker’s $1.25m target. His Kickstarter has seen more than 5,000 backers donate a total of $1,325,481 to date. The Do the Right Thing director took to the crowdfunding website after he described Hollywood’s film financing structure as “not an encouraging look for independent[…]

  • Spin creates environments and VFX for Game of Thrones
    Friday August 16th 2013

    Five-time Emmy nominated VFX Supervisor Doug Campbell and three-time Emmy nominated Supervising Producer, Luke Groves led Spin’s team to deliver over 200 shots for the season, including Mance Rayder’s Camp, the Direwolves compositing sequences in the Northern Forest, CG crows, the 3D Unsullied Army, the Twins matte painting and The Wall 3D environment.

  • SIM Digital Helps CTV’s “Spun Out” Shift into High Gear
    Tuesday August 13th 2013

    SIM Digital recently provided production and post-production equipment, services and support for the debut season of Spun Out, a new multi-camera sit-com from CTV and Project 10 Productions. SIM designed and built a complete file-based workflow for the show that extended from the cameras through final delivery and included such innovative features as real-time delivery of full-resolution camera media from the set to the editorial team.

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Archives for: August 20135
  • William F. White Int’l Creates Canada’s Only Coast-to-Coast Telescopic Camera Cranes Company
    Thursday August 22nd 2013

    Paul Bronfman, Chairman/CEO of Comweb Corp. and leading equipment provider, William F. White International Inc. (Whites), is announcing the closing of a new partnership with Telescopic Camera Cranes Ltd., creating Canada’s largest, full-service camera cranes company, Whites Telescopic Camera Cranes Inc. 

  • Canadian Film Distributors’ Lobby Restructures Under Pressure From Digital Challenges
    Tuesday August 20th 2013

    A shake-up in the local film distributors lobby group has seen Ted East step down as president of the Canadian Association of Film Distributors and Exporters. East will be leaving Sept. 15, as the association restructures and considers whether to find a replacement or out-source public affairs representation in Ottawa. CAFDE, which represents indie movie distributors, is shaking up its ranks to get its members around the digital curve after the entry of Netflix Canada and other U.S. digital platforms into the Canadian market. The industry group is also looking to lobby newly-installed heritage minister Shelly Glover and other Ottawa players to increase domestic broadcast spending, especially by pay TV operators, on homegrown films.

  • Spike Lee raises $1.25m on Kickstarter for ‘bloody, funny, sexy’ film
    Tuesday August 20th 2013

    Spike Lee’s Kickstarter campaign has reached the film-maker’s $1.25m target. His Kickstarter has seen more than 5,000 backers donate a total of $1,325,481 to date. The Do the Right Thing director took to the crowdfunding website after he described Hollywood’s film financing structure as “not an encouraging look for independent[…]

  • Spin creates environments and VFX for Game of Thrones
    Friday August 16th 2013

    Five-time Emmy nominated VFX Supervisor Doug Campbell and three-time Emmy nominated Supervising Producer, Luke Groves led Spin’s team to deliver over 200 shots for the season, including Mance Rayder’s Camp, the Direwolves compositing sequences in the Northern Forest, CG crows, the 3D Unsullied Army, the Twins matte painting and The Wall 3D environment.

  • SIM Digital Helps CTV’s “Spun Out” Shift into High Gear
    Tuesday August 13th 2013

    SIM Digital recently provided production and post-production equipment, services and support for the debut season of Spun Out, a new multi-camera sit-com from CTV and Project 10 Productions. SIM designed and built a complete file-based workflow for the show that extended from the cameras through final delivery and included such innovative features as real-time delivery of full-resolution camera media from the set to the editorial team.

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