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  • Indiecan Entertainment releases 30 Ghosts in Toronto at the Bloor Cinema
    Tuesday October 22nd 2013

    Feature documentary 30 GHOSTS, which chronicles the struggles and triumphs of paranormal investigator Kim Hadfield, begins its Canadian theatrical engagement with a limited run at Toronto’s beloved Bloor Cinema. Screenings will take place on Saturday, October 26TH at 9:15 PM, and Wednesday, October 30TH at 8:30 PM. The film is being released[…]

  • Thousands flock to television prop sale on Eastern Ave.
    Monday October 21st 2013

    Lines were thick Sunday as bargain hunters and set designers scoured an east-end warehouse for deals on television props after production wrapped up on the final season of Nikita. Only six episodes were shot for the fourth season of the covert affairs action series. Cast and crew got first pick on Saturday before the masses moved in Sunday morning to the Cinespace location at 721 Eastern Ave.

  • ABC’s Toronto-filmed Lucky 7 cancelled after two shows
    Tuesday October 15th 2013

    The Lucky 7 weren’t so lucky after all.

    ABC has plugged the plug on the Toronto-shot new series, which has the dubious honour of being the first casualty of the fall season. That means the elaborate gas station set on Eastern Ave. near Leslie St. in Toronto’s east end will no longer be around. The realistic set, doubling for Queens, N.Y., was a magnet for would-be customers who would try to buy gas and milk while the show was in production.

  • In a first for the industry, LCD TV panel shipments dip in 3Q13
    Tuesday October 08th 2013

    For the first time ever, the global market for LCD TV panels declined in the third quarter of 2013 compared to the second, a worrisome development during what is normally a strong period of the year, according to IHS. Worldwide LCD TV panel shipments in a preliminary estimate during the[…]

  • Pinewood Unveils Three New Sound Stages
    Tuesday October 08th 2013

    Pinewood Toronto Studios just became an even better place to make a movie –not to mention television! The company today unveiled three new state-of-the-art sound stages at its facility in Toronto, part of a $40-million expansion plan. ”These new stages represent yet another milestone in Toronto’s thriving billion dollar film and television industry,” says Paul Bronfman, Chairman Pinewood Toronto Studios. “Pinewood is proud to be leading the way, supporting high quality jobs and stimulating economic activity in the province.”

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Archives for: October 20135
  • Indiecan Entertainment releases 30 Ghosts in Toronto at the Bloor Cinema
    Tuesday October 22nd 2013

    Feature documentary 30 GHOSTS, which chronicles the struggles and triumphs of paranormal investigator Kim Hadfield, begins its Canadian theatrical engagement with a limited run at Toronto’s beloved Bloor Cinema. Screenings will take place on Saturday, October 26TH at 9:15 PM, and Wednesday, October 30TH at 8:30 PM. The film is being released[…]

  • Thousands flock to television prop sale on Eastern Ave.
    Monday October 21st 2013

    Lines were thick Sunday as bargain hunters and set designers scoured an east-end warehouse for deals on television props after production wrapped up on the final season of Nikita. Only six episodes were shot for the fourth season of the covert affairs action series. Cast and crew got first pick on Saturday before the masses moved in Sunday morning to the Cinespace location at 721 Eastern Ave.

  • ABC’s Toronto-filmed Lucky 7 cancelled after two shows
    Tuesday October 15th 2013

    The Lucky 7 weren’t so lucky after all.

    ABC has plugged the plug on the Toronto-shot new series, which has the dubious honour of being the first casualty of the fall season. That means the elaborate gas station set on Eastern Ave. near Leslie St. in Toronto’s east end will no longer be around. The realistic set, doubling for Queens, N.Y., was a magnet for would-be customers who would try to buy gas and milk while the show was in production.

  • In a first for the industry, LCD TV panel shipments dip in 3Q13
    Tuesday October 08th 2013

    For the first time ever, the global market for LCD TV panels declined in the third quarter of 2013 compared to the second, a worrisome development during what is normally a strong period of the year, according to IHS. Worldwide LCD TV panel shipments in a preliminary estimate during the[…]

  • Pinewood Unveils Three New Sound Stages
    Tuesday October 08th 2013

    Pinewood Toronto Studios just became an even better place to make a movie –not to mention television! The company today unveiled three new state-of-the-art sound stages at its facility in Toronto, part of a $40-million expansion plan. ”These new stages represent yet another milestone in Toronto’s thriving billion dollar film and television industry,” says Paul Bronfman, Chairman Pinewood Toronto Studios. “Pinewood is proud to be leading the way, supporting high quality jobs and stimulating economic activity in the province.”

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Archives for: October 20135
  • Indiecan Entertainment releases 30 Ghosts in Toronto at the Bloor Cinema
    Tuesday October 22nd 2013

    Feature documentary 30 GHOSTS, which chronicles the struggles and triumphs of paranormal investigator Kim Hadfield, begins its Canadian theatrical engagement with a limited run at Toronto’s beloved Bloor Cinema. Screenings will take place on Saturday, October 26TH at 9:15 PM, and Wednesday, October 30TH at 8:30 PM. The film is being released[…]

  • Thousands flock to television prop sale on Eastern Ave.
    Monday October 21st 2013

    Lines were thick Sunday as bargain hunters and set designers scoured an east-end warehouse for deals on television props after production wrapped up on the final season of Nikita. Only six episodes were shot for the fourth season of the covert affairs action series. Cast and crew got first pick on Saturday before the masses moved in Sunday morning to the Cinespace location at 721 Eastern Ave.

  • ABC’s Toronto-filmed Lucky 7 cancelled after two shows
    Tuesday October 15th 2013

    The Lucky 7 weren’t so lucky after all.

    ABC has plugged the plug on the Toronto-shot new series, which has the dubious honour of being the first casualty of the fall season. That means the elaborate gas station set on Eastern Ave. near Leslie St. in Toronto’s east end will no longer be around. The realistic set, doubling for Queens, N.Y., was a magnet for would-be customers who would try to buy gas and milk while the show was in production.

  • In a first for the industry, LCD TV panel shipments dip in 3Q13
    Tuesday October 08th 2013

    For the first time ever, the global market for LCD TV panels declined in the third quarter of 2013 compared to the second, a worrisome development during what is normally a strong period of the year, according to IHS. Worldwide LCD TV panel shipments in a preliminary estimate during the[…]

  • Pinewood Unveils Three New Sound Stages
    Tuesday October 08th 2013

    Pinewood Toronto Studios just became an even better place to make a movie –not to mention television! The company today unveiled three new state-of-the-art sound stages at its facility in Toronto, part of a $40-million expansion plan. ”These new stages represent yet another milestone in Toronto’s thriving billion dollar film and television industry,” says Paul Bronfman, Chairman Pinewood Toronto Studios. “Pinewood is proud to be leading the way, supporting high quality jobs and stimulating economic activity in the province.”

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