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  • Toronto: Inside Hollywood’s Love Affair With Ontario
    Friday September 20th 2013

    As Canada’s biggest tourist attraction, spray-soaked Niagara Falls isn’t used to the luxury trailers and fancy catering of a Hollywood movie set. But that didn’t bother Jonathan Sobol, the Canadian director of Dimension Films’ The Art of the Steal, who seized on his hometown’s tacky attractions and folksiness when shooting[…]

  • No Pixar film for 2014 as The Good Dinosaur and Finding Dory release dates pushed back
    Thursday September 19th 2013

    For the first time since Pixar was bought in 2005 by Disney, the animation studio will let a summer pass without releasing a new film. The Good Dinosaur, originally scheduled to come out on May 30 next year, has been pushed back 18 months to November 2015.

  • Sony launches professional PXW-Z100 4K handheld XDCAM camcorder
    Tuesday September 17th 2013

    Sony today announced the PXW-Z100, a professional 4K handheld XDCAM camcorder featuring a 1/2.3″ Exmor R CMOS sensor. The camcorder is ideal for creating stunning 4K content (4096×2160) at 50fps or 60fps. The camcorder marks Sony’s latest step in expanding the 4K world to everyone, from high-end cinema to entry[…]

  • Jean-Pierre Jeunet Added to Line-up at Toronto International Stereoscopic 3D Conference Sept 20 -23
    Tuesday September 17th 2013

    The Toronto International Stereoscopic 3D Conference September 20 – 23, 2013 has added French Director Jean-Pierre Jeunet to the line-up and will feature the North American Sneak Peak screening of 12 minutes from his new 3D film ‘The Young and Prodigious T.S. Spivet’. Jeunet will address the conference live via Skype from Paris and will be joined live on stage by his Canadian Stereographer Demetri Portelli (Hugo, 47 Ronin) to discuss Jeunet’s unique style of 3D storytelling.

  • Boom times are back for movie sales at TIFF 2013
    Thursday September 12th 2013

    More than a week before TIFF’s opening night, artistic director Cameron Bailey told the Star that this year’s lineup of movies for sale was the strongest he had seen in his six years in the job. And based on his enthusiasm, it seemed a safe prediction that two – Bad Words and Can a Song Save Your Life? – would spark bidding wars. Well, did they ever. According to the film trade papers and websites, each of these movies sold for around $7 million. And as far as I can tell, that is an all-time record for a sale coming out of TIFF.

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Archives for: September 20135
  • Toronto: Inside Hollywood’s Love Affair With Ontario
    Friday September 20th 2013

    As Canada’s biggest tourist attraction, spray-soaked Niagara Falls isn’t used to the luxury trailers and fancy catering of a Hollywood movie set. But that didn’t bother Jonathan Sobol, the Canadian director of Dimension Films’ The Art of the Steal, who seized on his hometown’s tacky attractions and folksiness when shooting[…]

  • No Pixar film for 2014 as The Good Dinosaur and Finding Dory release dates pushed back
    Thursday September 19th 2013

    For the first time since Pixar was bought in 2005 by Disney, the animation studio will let a summer pass without releasing a new film. The Good Dinosaur, originally scheduled to come out on May 30 next year, has been pushed back 18 months to November 2015.

  • Sony launches professional PXW-Z100 4K handheld XDCAM camcorder
    Tuesday September 17th 2013

    Sony today announced the PXW-Z100, a professional 4K handheld XDCAM camcorder featuring a 1/2.3″ Exmor R CMOS sensor. The camcorder is ideal for creating stunning 4K content (4096×2160) at 50fps or 60fps. The camcorder marks Sony’s latest step in expanding the 4K world to everyone, from high-end cinema to entry[…]

  • Jean-Pierre Jeunet Added to Line-up at Toronto International Stereoscopic 3D Conference Sept 20 -23
    Tuesday September 17th 2013

    The Toronto International Stereoscopic 3D Conference September 20 – 23, 2013 has added French Director Jean-Pierre Jeunet to the line-up and will feature the North American Sneak Peak screening of 12 minutes from his new 3D film ‘The Young and Prodigious T.S. Spivet’. Jeunet will address the conference live via Skype from Paris and will be joined live on stage by his Canadian Stereographer Demetri Portelli (Hugo, 47 Ronin) to discuss Jeunet’s unique style of 3D storytelling.

  • Boom times are back for movie sales at TIFF 2013
    Thursday September 12th 2013

    More than a week before TIFF’s opening night, artistic director Cameron Bailey told the Star that this year’s lineup of movies for sale was the strongest he had seen in his six years in the job. And based on his enthusiasm, it seemed a safe prediction that two – Bad Words and Can a Song Save Your Life? – would spark bidding wars. Well, did they ever. According to the film trade papers and websites, each of these movies sold for around $7 million. And as far as I can tell, that is an all-time record for a sale coming out of TIFF.

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Archives for: September 20135
  • Toronto: Inside Hollywood’s Love Affair With Ontario
    Friday September 20th 2013

    As Canada’s biggest tourist attraction, spray-soaked Niagara Falls isn’t used to the luxury trailers and fancy catering of a Hollywood movie set. But that didn’t bother Jonathan Sobol, the Canadian director of Dimension Films’ The Art of the Steal, who seized on his hometown’s tacky attractions and folksiness when shooting[…]

  • No Pixar film for 2014 as The Good Dinosaur and Finding Dory release dates pushed back
    Thursday September 19th 2013

    For the first time since Pixar was bought in 2005 by Disney, the animation studio will let a summer pass without releasing a new film. The Good Dinosaur, originally scheduled to come out on May 30 next year, has been pushed back 18 months to November 2015.

  • Sony launches professional PXW-Z100 4K handheld XDCAM camcorder
    Tuesday September 17th 2013

    Sony today announced the PXW-Z100, a professional 4K handheld XDCAM camcorder featuring a 1/2.3″ Exmor R CMOS sensor. The camcorder is ideal for creating stunning 4K content (4096×2160) at 50fps or 60fps. The camcorder marks Sony’s latest step in expanding the 4K world to everyone, from high-end cinema to entry[…]

  • Jean-Pierre Jeunet Added to Line-up at Toronto International Stereoscopic 3D Conference Sept 20 -23
    Tuesday September 17th 2013

    The Toronto International Stereoscopic 3D Conference September 20 – 23, 2013 has added French Director Jean-Pierre Jeunet to the line-up and will feature the North American Sneak Peak screening of 12 minutes from his new 3D film ‘The Young and Prodigious T.S. Spivet’. Jeunet will address the conference live via Skype from Paris and will be joined live on stage by his Canadian Stereographer Demetri Portelli (Hugo, 47 Ronin) to discuss Jeunet’s unique style of 3D storytelling.

  • Boom times are back for movie sales at TIFF 2013
    Thursday September 12th 2013

    More than a week before TIFF’s opening night, artistic director Cameron Bailey told the Star that this year’s lineup of movies for sale was the strongest he had seen in his six years in the job. And based on his enthusiasm, it seemed a safe prediction that two – Bad Words and Can a Song Save Your Life? – would spark bidding wars. Well, did they ever. According to the film trade papers and websites, each of these movies sold for around $7 million. And as far as I can tell, that is an all-time record for a sale coming out of TIFF.

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