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  • Quentin Tarantino Sues Gawker Over Leaked Script
    Tuesday January 28th 2014

    Quentin Tarantino has filed a lawsuit against Gawker Media claiming copyright infringement after the web site posted a copy of his leaked script, “The Hateful Eight.” Tarantino first voiced his outrage to Deadline Hollywood about the script’s leak, declaring he would no longer make the film his next project. A few days later, Gawker posted the script on its site under the headline “Here Is the Leaked Quentin Tarantino Hateful Eight Script.”

  • Film review: Bad Milo!
    Wednesday January 22nd 2014

    Bad Milo! can really only be described as a violating experience. It has some of the most awkward, cringeworthy scenes and yet it’s so well written, such a gem-like gathering of comedic talent, that you cannot stop watching. And so you sit there horrified, entertained, feet held to the flames shouting things at the screen like, “Oh! Dude.” because it’s too good to look away. This is not your parents’ horror rom-com. If you missed this film’s screening at Fantasia or The Toronto After Dark Festival then you are in luck because it’s out on DVD, Blu-ray and VOD in Canada as of January 21, 2014.

  • Premier Wynne visits Whites
    Tuesday January 21st 2014

    Whites was a recipient of Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne’s tour of Toronto’s film and television industry infrastructure last week. The day began with a quick morning visit to the Universal/Legendary “Haunted Peak” sets at Pinewood Toronto Studios, where The Premier was given a chance to meet and chat with renowned director Guillermo Del Toro (“Pacific Rim”). Immediately following this, Premier Wynne received a warm red-carpet welcome at William F. White Centre where she was greeted by Paul Bronfman and toured the facility while being introduced to a wide variety of production equipment used on Ontario film sets.

  • Paramount first Hollywood studio to abandon film prints
    Tuesday January 21st 2014

    Paramount has become the first major Hollywood studio to abandon showing its films on print, and commit itself to entirely digital distribution. According to a report in the LA Times, the studio has quietly made Martin Scorsese’s stockbroker-excess fable The Wolf of Wall Street the first Hollywood film to be released entirely on digital formats in the US – ironically as Scorsese has spearheaded attempts to preserve decaying film prints in national archives around the world.

  • Avi Federgreen’s INDIECAN launches Canada-wide 10K Film Initiative
    Monday January 20th 2014

    Acclaimed film Producer and Distributor Avi Federgreen announced today the launch of his latest and most daring film initiative to date: INDIECAN10K. Inspired by director Ingrid Veninger’s 1K WAVE CHALLENGE, Federgreen’s INDIECAN10K is a Canada-wide ‘First Feature’ initiative that will see eight first time filmmaker teams personally mentored by Federgreen as well as a select producer-mentor in each participating province or territory. The final projects must be feature length (documentary or narrative), and have a total budget of no more than ten thousand dollars. The INDIECAN10K initiative will also include considerable in-kind services, ranging from equipment to post production services.

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  • Quentin Tarantino Sues Gawker Over Leaked Script
    Tuesday January 28th 2014

    Quentin Tarantino has filed a lawsuit against Gawker Media claiming copyright infringement after the web site posted a copy of his leaked script, “The Hateful Eight.” Tarantino first voiced his outrage to Deadline Hollywood about the script’s leak, declaring he would no longer make the film his next project. A few days later, Gawker posted the script on its site under the headline “Here Is the Leaked Quentin Tarantino Hateful Eight Script.”

  • Film review: Bad Milo!
    Wednesday January 22nd 2014

    Bad Milo! can really only be described as a violating experience. It has some of the most awkward, cringeworthy scenes and yet it’s so well written, such a gem-like gathering of comedic talent, that you cannot stop watching. And so you sit there horrified, entertained, feet held to the flames shouting things at the screen like, “Oh! Dude.” because it’s too good to look away. This is not your parents’ horror rom-com. If you missed this film’s screening at Fantasia or The Toronto After Dark Festival then you are in luck because it’s out on DVD, Blu-ray and VOD in Canada as of January 21, 2014.

  • Premier Wynne visits Whites
    Tuesday January 21st 2014

    Whites was a recipient of Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne’s tour of Toronto’s film and television industry infrastructure last week. The day began with a quick morning visit to the Universal/Legendary “Haunted Peak” sets at Pinewood Toronto Studios, where The Premier was given a chance to meet and chat with renowned director Guillermo Del Toro (“Pacific Rim”). Immediately following this, Premier Wynne received a warm red-carpet welcome at William F. White Centre where she was greeted by Paul Bronfman and toured the facility while being introduced to a wide variety of production equipment used on Ontario film sets.

  • Paramount first Hollywood studio to abandon film prints
    Tuesday January 21st 2014

    Paramount has become the first major Hollywood studio to abandon showing its films on print, and commit itself to entirely digital distribution. According to a report in the LA Times, the studio has quietly made Martin Scorsese’s stockbroker-excess fable The Wolf of Wall Street the first Hollywood film to be released entirely on digital formats in the US – ironically as Scorsese has spearheaded attempts to preserve decaying film prints in national archives around the world.

  • Avi Federgreen’s INDIECAN launches Canada-wide 10K Film Initiative
    Monday January 20th 2014

    Acclaimed film Producer and Distributor Avi Federgreen announced today the launch of his latest and most daring film initiative to date: INDIECAN10K. Inspired by director Ingrid Veninger’s 1K WAVE CHALLENGE, Federgreen’s INDIECAN10K is a Canada-wide ‘First Feature’ initiative that will see eight first time filmmaker teams personally mentored by Federgreen as well as a select producer-mentor in each participating province or territory. The final projects must be feature length (documentary or narrative), and have a total budget of no more than ten thousand dollars. The INDIECAN10K initiative will also include considerable in-kind services, ranging from equipment to post production services.

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Archives for: January 20145
  • Quentin Tarantino Sues Gawker Over Leaked Script
    Tuesday January 28th 2014

    Quentin Tarantino has filed a lawsuit against Gawker Media claiming copyright infringement after the web site posted a copy of his leaked script, “The Hateful Eight.” Tarantino first voiced his outrage to Deadline Hollywood about the script’s leak, declaring he would no longer make the film his next project. A few days later, Gawker posted the script on its site under the headline “Here Is the Leaked Quentin Tarantino Hateful Eight Script.”

  • Film review: Bad Milo!
    Wednesday January 22nd 2014

    Bad Milo! can really only be described as a violating experience. It has some of the most awkward, cringeworthy scenes and yet it’s so well written, such a gem-like gathering of comedic talent, that you cannot stop watching. And so you sit there horrified, entertained, feet held to the flames shouting things at the screen like, “Oh! Dude.” because it’s too good to look away. This is not your parents’ horror rom-com. If you missed this film’s screening at Fantasia or The Toronto After Dark Festival then you are in luck because it’s out on DVD, Blu-ray and VOD in Canada as of January 21, 2014.

  • Premier Wynne visits Whites
    Tuesday January 21st 2014

    Whites was a recipient of Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne’s tour of Toronto’s film and television industry infrastructure last week. The day began with a quick morning visit to the Universal/Legendary “Haunted Peak” sets at Pinewood Toronto Studios, where The Premier was given a chance to meet and chat with renowned director Guillermo Del Toro (“Pacific Rim”). Immediately following this, Premier Wynne received a warm red-carpet welcome at William F. White Centre where she was greeted by Paul Bronfman and toured the facility while being introduced to a wide variety of production equipment used on Ontario film sets.

  • Paramount first Hollywood studio to abandon film prints
    Tuesday January 21st 2014

    Paramount has become the first major Hollywood studio to abandon showing its films on print, and commit itself to entirely digital distribution. According to a report in the LA Times, the studio has quietly made Martin Scorsese’s stockbroker-excess fable The Wolf of Wall Street the first Hollywood film to be released entirely on digital formats in the US – ironically as Scorsese has spearheaded attempts to preserve decaying film prints in national archives around the world.

  • Avi Federgreen’s INDIECAN launches Canada-wide 10K Film Initiative
    Monday January 20th 2014

    Acclaimed film Producer and Distributor Avi Federgreen announced today the launch of his latest and most daring film initiative to date: INDIECAN10K. Inspired by director Ingrid Veninger’s 1K WAVE CHALLENGE, Federgreen’s INDIECAN10K is a Canada-wide ‘First Feature’ initiative that will see eight first time filmmaker teams personally mentored by Federgreen as well as a select producer-mentor in each participating province or territory. The final projects must be feature length (documentary or narrative), and have a total budget of no more than ten thousand dollars. The INDIECAN10K initiative will also include considerable in-kind services, ranging from equipment to post production services.

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