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  • Industrial Light and Magic opens permanent studio in Vancouver
    Tuesday March 25th 2014

    Lucasfilm’s Industrial Light and Magic officially opened its 30,000-square foot studio in Gastown on March 17. ILM, founded by filmmaker George Lucas in 1975, had already been operating a temporary satellite office here on Carrall Street since 2011, which grew to employ about 90 artists. As the studio now has[…]

  • Apple Has Hired A Crack Team From The Cable Industry To Save TV
    Tuesday March 25th 2014

    Apple is in the early stages of talks with Comcast to offer a TV-streaming service via an Apple set-top box, the Wall Street Journal reports. The deal Apple wants would give the company a cut of cable subscription fees and special treatment on Comcast’s network. Those are pretty heavy demands for Apple to make, and the WSJ says that the two companies “aren’t close to an agreement.” While these talks may still be in their early stages, Apple has been quietly working on this streaming service idea for some time.

  • Sony’s Video Game Movie ‘Pixels’ to Shoot in Toronto
    Tuesday March 25th 2014

    Sony’s Pixels, starring Adam Sandler, Kevin James and Josh Gad, will be shooting in Toronto this summer. The movie about video game experts recruited by the government to battle 1980s video game characters attacking New York City will be directed by Chris Columbus from May 28 to Sept. 9, according[…]

  • Louis Cyr, Gabrielle top Quebec film awards
    Monday March 24th 2014

    While Quebec’s annual film awards, the Soirée des Jutra, celebrated the best in Québécois cinema on March 23, it also turned into a plea for moviegoers to support homegrown films. Louis Cyr: l’homme le plus fort du monde headed into the awards in the lead with 11 nominations, and collected[…]

  • UK films take lowest share of global box office since 2009
    Monday March 24th 2014

    This year’s Oscars may have been awash with British accents, thanks to the dominance of Gravity and 12 Years a Slave’s best picture win. But the UK’s share of the 2013 global box office actually fell to its lowest levels in four years, according to new figures released by the British Film Institute.

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Archives for: March 20145
  • Industrial Light and Magic opens permanent studio in Vancouver
    Tuesday March 25th 2014

    Lucasfilm’s Industrial Light and Magic officially opened its 30,000-square foot studio in Gastown on March 17. ILM, founded by filmmaker George Lucas in 1975, had already been operating a temporary satellite office here on Carrall Street since 2011, which grew to employ about 90 artists. As the studio now has[…]

  • Apple Has Hired A Crack Team From The Cable Industry To Save TV
    Tuesday March 25th 2014

    Apple is in the early stages of talks with Comcast to offer a TV-streaming service via an Apple set-top box, the Wall Street Journal reports. The deal Apple wants would give the company a cut of cable subscription fees and special treatment on Comcast’s network. Those are pretty heavy demands for Apple to make, and the WSJ says that the two companies “aren’t close to an agreement.” While these talks may still be in their early stages, Apple has been quietly working on this streaming service idea for some time.

  • Sony’s Video Game Movie ‘Pixels’ to Shoot in Toronto
    Tuesday March 25th 2014

    Sony’s Pixels, starring Adam Sandler, Kevin James and Josh Gad, will be shooting in Toronto this summer. The movie about video game experts recruited by the government to battle 1980s video game characters attacking New York City will be directed by Chris Columbus from May 28 to Sept. 9, according[…]

  • Louis Cyr, Gabrielle top Quebec film awards
    Monday March 24th 2014

    While Quebec’s annual film awards, the Soirée des Jutra, celebrated the best in Québécois cinema on March 23, it also turned into a plea for moviegoers to support homegrown films. Louis Cyr: l’homme le plus fort du monde headed into the awards in the lead with 11 nominations, and collected[…]

  • UK films take lowest share of global box office since 2009
    Monday March 24th 2014

    This year’s Oscars may have been awash with British accents, thanks to the dominance of Gravity and 12 Years a Slave’s best picture win. But the UK’s share of the 2013 global box office actually fell to its lowest levels in four years, according to new figures released by the British Film Institute.

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Archives for: March 20145
  • Industrial Light and Magic opens permanent studio in Vancouver
    Tuesday March 25th 2014

    Lucasfilm’s Industrial Light and Magic officially opened its 30,000-square foot studio in Gastown on March 17. ILM, founded by filmmaker George Lucas in 1975, had already been operating a temporary satellite office here on Carrall Street since 2011, which grew to employ about 90 artists. As the studio now has[…]

  • Apple Has Hired A Crack Team From The Cable Industry To Save TV
    Tuesday March 25th 2014

    Apple is in the early stages of talks with Comcast to offer a TV-streaming service via an Apple set-top box, the Wall Street Journal reports. The deal Apple wants would give the company a cut of cable subscription fees and special treatment on Comcast’s network. Those are pretty heavy demands for Apple to make, and the WSJ says that the two companies “aren’t close to an agreement.” While these talks may still be in their early stages, Apple has been quietly working on this streaming service idea for some time.

  • Sony’s Video Game Movie ‘Pixels’ to Shoot in Toronto
    Tuesday March 25th 2014

    Sony’s Pixels, starring Adam Sandler, Kevin James and Josh Gad, will be shooting in Toronto this summer. The movie about video game experts recruited by the government to battle 1980s video game characters attacking New York City will be directed by Chris Columbus from May 28 to Sept. 9, according[…]

  • Louis Cyr, Gabrielle top Quebec film awards
    Monday March 24th 2014

    While Quebec’s annual film awards, the Soirée des Jutra, celebrated the best in Québécois cinema on March 23, it also turned into a plea for moviegoers to support homegrown films. Louis Cyr: l’homme le plus fort du monde headed into the awards in the lead with 11 nominations, and collected[…]

  • UK films take lowest share of global box office since 2009
    Monday March 24th 2014

    This year’s Oscars may have been awash with British accents, thanks to the dominance of Gravity and 12 Years a Slave’s best picture win. But the UK’s share of the 2013 global box office actually fell to its lowest levels in four years, according to new figures released by the British Film Institute.

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