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  • LA film production down by 50 percent since 1996
    Friday January 17th 2014

    When it comes to making feature films and television dramas, producers are increasingly seeking locations outside Los Angeles. The Daily News cites a FilmLA report that finds feature filming in the area plummeted 50 percent from its peak in 1996. TV drama production is down 39 percent from its 2008 peak. FilmLA is a nonprofit that facilitates film permits across Southern California. The report looks at 20 years of data.

  • Oscar nominations 2014: American Hustle, Gravity lead the pack with 10 nods each; Inside Llewyn Davis shut out
    Thursday January 16th 2014

    American Hustle will hope to continue its winning streak at the 86th annual Academy Awards, as the Golden Globe winner for best motion picture, comedy, earned ten Oscar nominations on Thursday, putting it at the head of this year’s pack alongside Alfonso Cuaron’s Gravity.

  • Canadians signing up for more television subscriptions
    Thursday January 16th 2014

    Reports of the death of television have been greatly exaggerated. By the end of 2014, two-and-a-half-million Canadian households will actually have multiple television subscriptions, according to a prediction from Deloitte. “People have been expecting for some time massive numbers of Canadians – and Americans – to cut the cord. And it hasn’t happened,” said Duncan Stewart, the director of research for Deloitte Canada.

  • Distribution: The Short Of It
    Tuesday January 14th 2014

    Yes, Virginia, there really are people out there who will buy your short films. Drama Club Films, based out of Toronto, is one such company. Founded in 2011, the company is an international, award-winning film distributor that specializes in short film content. In the short time Drama Club Films has been around they have acquired quite an impressive catalogue of award winners including The Carrier, a story of a grieving mother (Rita Wilson) dealing with the loss of her philandering son.  Directed by Scott Schaeffer, an assistant director from The Sopranos, Big Love and True Blood, the short is jam packed with more stars than the average feature, including Anna Paquin, Chad Micheal Murray, Diane Farr, and Mariana Klaveno, to name a few.

  • Canadian Screen Awards recognize Aboriginal talent
    Tuesday January 14th 2014

    Two films about Aboriginal people were nominated for Best Motion Picture for Canadian Screen Awards today. Maina, a love story that takes place 600 years ago when Innu and Inuit meet for the first time received six nominations. Empire of Dirt, Jennifer Podemski’s film about the lives of three First[…]

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  • LA film production down by 50 percent since 1996
    Friday January 17th 2014

    When it comes to making feature films and television dramas, producers are increasingly seeking locations outside Los Angeles. The Daily News cites a FilmLA report that finds feature filming in the area plummeted 50 percent from its peak in 1996. TV drama production is down 39 percent from its 2008 peak. FilmLA is a nonprofit that facilitates film permits across Southern California. The report looks at 20 years of data.

  • Oscar nominations 2014: American Hustle, Gravity lead the pack with 10 nods each; Inside Llewyn Davis shut out
    Thursday January 16th 2014

    American Hustle will hope to continue its winning streak at the 86th annual Academy Awards, as the Golden Globe winner for best motion picture, comedy, earned ten Oscar nominations on Thursday, putting it at the head of this year’s pack alongside Alfonso Cuaron’s Gravity.

  • Canadians signing up for more television subscriptions
    Thursday January 16th 2014

    Reports of the death of television have been greatly exaggerated. By the end of 2014, two-and-a-half-million Canadian households will actually have multiple television subscriptions, according to a prediction from Deloitte. “People have been expecting for some time massive numbers of Canadians – and Americans – to cut the cord. And it hasn’t happened,” said Duncan Stewart, the director of research for Deloitte Canada.

  • Distribution: The Short Of It
    Tuesday January 14th 2014

    Yes, Virginia, there really are people out there who will buy your short films. Drama Club Films, based out of Toronto, is one such company. Founded in 2011, the company is an international, award-winning film distributor that specializes in short film content. In the short time Drama Club Films has been around they have acquired quite an impressive catalogue of award winners including The Carrier, a story of a grieving mother (Rita Wilson) dealing with the loss of her philandering son.  Directed by Scott Schaeffer, an assistant director from The Sopranos, Big Love and True Blood, the short is jam packed with more stars than the average feature, including Anna Paquin, Chad Micheal Murray, Diane Farr, and Mariana Klaveno, to name a few.

  • Canadian Screen Awards recognize Aboriginal talent
    Tuesday January 14th 2014

    Two films about Aboriginal people were nominated for Best Motion Picture for Canadian Screen Awards today. Maina, a love story that takes place 600 years ago when Innu and Inuit meet for the first time received six nominations. Empire of Dirt, Jennifer Podemski’s film about the lives of three First[…]

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Archives for: January 20145
  • LA film production down by 50 percent since 1996
    Friday January 17th 2014

    When it comes to making feature films and television dramas, producers are increasingly seeking locations outside Los Angeles. The Daily News cites a FilmLA report that finds feature filming in the area plummeted 50 percent from its peak in 1996. TV drama production is down 39 percent from its 2008 peak. FilmLA is a nonprofit that facilitates film permits across Southern California. The report looks at 20 years of data.

  • Oscar nominations 2014: American Hustle, Gravity lead the pack with 10 nods each; Inside Llewyn Davis shut out
    Thursday January 16th 2014

    American Hustle will hope to continue its winning streak at the 86th annual Academy Awards, as the Golden Globe winner for best motion picture, comedy, earned ten Oscar nominations on Thursday, putting it at the head of this year’s pack alongside Alfonso Cuaron’s Gravity.

  • Canadians signing up for more television subscriptions
    Thursday January 16th 2014

    Reports of the death of television have been greatly exaggerated. By the end of 2014, two-and-a-half-million Canadian households will actually have multiple television subscriptions, according to a prediction from Deloitte. “People have been expecting for some time massive numbers of Canadians – and Americans – to cut the cord. And it hasn’t happened,” said Duncan Stewart, the director of research for Deloitte Canada.

  • Distribution: The Short Of It
    Tuesday January 14th 2014

    Yes, Virginia, there really are people out there who will buy your short films. Drama Club Films, based out of Toronto, is one such company. Founded in 2011, the company is an international, award-winning film distributor that specializes in short film content. In the short time Drama Club Films has been around they have acquired quite an impressive catalogue of award winners including The Carrier, a story of a grieving mother (Rita Wilson) dealing with the loss of her philandering son.  Directed by Scott Schaeffer, an assistant director from The Sopranos, Big Love and True Blood, the short is jam packed with more stars than the average feature, including Anna Paquin, Chad Micheal Murray, Diane Farr, and Mariana Klaveno, to name a few.

  • Canadian Screen Awards recognize Aboriginal talent
    Tuesday January 14th 2014

    Two films about Aboriginal people were nominated for Best Motion Picture for Canadian Screen Awards today. Maina, a love story that takes place 600 years ago when Innu and Inuit meet for the first time received six nominations. Empire of Dirt, Jennifer Podemski’s film about the lives of three First[…]

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