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  • Harvey and Bob Weinstein sue Warner Bros. over The Hobbit, say they are owed share of profits
    Thursday December 12th 2013

    Harvey and Bob Weinstein have sued Warner Bros.’ New Line Cinema claiming they’re owned a share of the profits from the second and third Hobbit films. In a suit filed Wednesday in New York, the Weinsteins say their 1998 sale of the rights to J.R.R. Tolkien’s The Hobbit and The[…]

  • A Wave Of Tech Industry Deals Is Streamlining The World Of Social TV
    Thursday December 12th 2013

    There is no question that much of the “water-cooler conversation” around TV shows and televised sports has moved to social media. But there are way too many specialized social TV services and apps out there. As we predicted, a wave of consolidation has begun to change that. Last month, i.TV[…]

  • Sundance Unveils Short Film Program for 2014
    Wednesday December 11th 2013

    Sundance Film Festival has announced the 66 films that will appear in the 2014 festival’s short film program. The chosen films, which are divided into the U.S. narrative, international narrative, documentary and animated categories, were picked out of a record-breaking 8,161 submissions – 59 more than last year’s program –[…]

  • Canuck films starring Gyllenhaal, Radcliffe make TIFF’s Top 10 picks
    Tuesday December 10th 2013

    Canadian films featuring international stars including Jake Gyllenhaal and Daniel Radcliffe are among the projects making it onto the Toronto International Film Festival’s annual list of best Canuck features. The film group’s Top 10 titles include Gyllenhaal’s surreal art film, “Enemy,” directed by Denis Villeneuve, and Radcliffe’s romantic comedy “The F Word,” directed by Michael Dowse. Both were shot and set in Toronto. “Lots of Americans, international stars in our films this year,” TIFF senior programmer Steve Gravestock said Tuesday after the list was revealed at a downtown bash.

  • Netflix’s master plan to replace event television
    Monday December 09th 2013

    Is Netflix killing event television? In the New Republic, Columbia law professor Tim Wu rethinks Netflix’s latest move into content as a fundamental challenge to the traditional regime of premieres, finales, and finite seasons, offering viewers “the freedom to only watch television you really enjoy.” It’s a more profound shift[…]

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Archives for: December 20135
  • Harvey and Bob Weinstein sue Warner Bros. over The Hobbit, say they are owed share of profits
    Thursday December 12th 2013

    Harvey and Bob Weinstein have sued Warner Bros.’ New Line Cinema claiming they’re owned a share of the profits from the second and third Hobbit films. In a suit filed Wednesday in New York, the Weinsteins say their 1998 sale of the rights to J.R.R. Tolkien’s The Hobbit and The[…]

  • A Wave Of Tech Industry Deals Is Streamlining The World Of Social TV
    Thursday December 12th 2013

    There is no question that much of the “water-cooler conversation” around TV shows and televised sports has moved to social media. But there are way too many specialized social TV services and apps out there. As we predicted, a wave of consolidation has begun to change that. Last month, i.TV[…]

  • Sundance Unveils Short Film Program for 2014
    Wednesday December 11th 2013

    Sundance Film Festival has announced the 66 films that will appear in the 2014 festival’s short film program. The chosen films, which are divided into the U.S. narrative, international narrative, documentary and animated categories, were picked out of a record-breaking 8,161 submissions – 59 more than last year’s program –[…]

  • Canuck films starring Gyllenhaal, Radcliffe make TIFF’s Top 10 picks
    Tuesday December 10th 2013

    Canadian films featuring international stars including Jake Gyllenhaal and Daniel Radcliffe are among the projects making it onto the Toronto International Film Festival’s annual list of best Canuck features. The film group’s Top 10 titles include Gyllenhaal’s surreal art film, “Enemy,” directed by Denis Villeneuve, and Radcliffe’s romantic comedy “The F Word,” directed by Michael Dowse. Both were shot and set in Toronto. “Lots of Americans, international stars in our films this year,” TIFF senior programmer Steve Gravestock said Tuesday after the list was revealed at a downtown bash.

  • Netflix’s master plan to replace event television
    Monday December 09th 2013

    Is Netflix killing event television? In the New Republic, Columbia law professor Tim Wu rethinks Netflix’s latest move into content as a fundamental challenge to the traditional regime of premieres, finales, and finite seasons, offering viewers “the freedom to only watch television you really enjoy.” It’s a more profound shift[…]

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Archives for: December 20135
  • Harvey and Bob Weinstein sue Warner Bros. over The Hobbit, say they are owed share of profits
    Thursday December 12th 2013

    Harvey and Bob Weinstein have sued Warner Bros.’ New Line Cinema claiming they’re owned a share of the profits from the second and third Hobbit films. In a suit filed Wednesday in New York, the Weinsteins say their 1998 sale of the rights to J.R.R. Tolkien’s The Hobbit and The[…]

  • A Wave Of Tech Industry Deals Is Streamlining The World Of Social TV
    Thursday December 12th 2013

    There is no question that much of the “water-cooler conversation” around TV shows and televised sports has moved to social media. But there are way too many specialized social TV services and apps out there. As we predicted, a wave of consolidation has begun to change that. Last month, i.TV[…]

  • Sundance Unveils Short Film Program for 2014
    Wednesday December 11th 2013

    Sundance Film Festival has announced the 66 films that will appear in the 2014 festival’s short film program. The chosen films, which are divided into the U.S. narrative, international narrative, documentary and animated categories, were picked out of a record-breaking 8,161 submissions – 59 more than last year’s program –[…]

  • Canuck films starring Gyllenhaal, Radcliffe make TIFF’s Top 10 picks
    Tuesday December 10th 2013

    Canadian films featuring international stars including Jake Gyllenhaal and Daniel Radcliffe are among the projects making it onto the Toronto International Film Festival’s annual list of best Canuck features. The film group’s Top 10 titles include Gyllenhaal’s surreal art film, “Enemy,” directed by Denis Villeneuve, and Radcliffe’s romantic comedy “The F Word,” directed by Michael Dowse. Both were shot and set in Toronto. “Lots of Americans, international stars in our films this year,” TIFF senior programmer Steve Gravestock said Tuesday after the list was revealed at a downtown bash.

  • Netflix’s master plan to replace event television
    Monday December 09th 2013

    Is Netflix killing event television? In the New Republic, Columbia law professor Tim Wu rethinks Netflix’s latest move into content as a fundamental challenge to the traditional regime of premieres, finales, and finite seasons, offering viewers “the freedom to only watch television you really enjoy.” It’s a more profound shift[…]

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