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  • ‘Rob Ford’ makes cameo in ‘Sharknado 2′
    Wednesday July 30th 2014

    How does the sequel to instant campy classic “Sharknado” meet the unexpected success of last summer’s original? By sticking to the formula, says Ian Ziering, who stars in the film as Fin Shepard. “We didn’t set the bar too high in the first one,” the former “Beverly Hills, 90210″ actor[…]

  • Kodak, Studios Negotiating Last-Ditch Effort to Keep Film in Hollywood
    Wednesday July 30th 2014

    Iconic film manufacturer Kodak is in negotiations with all of the major studios to make a last-ditch deal to keep celluloid alive as its use faces a steep decline in the motion picture and TV industry, much of which has shifted to capturing images digitally. J.J. Abrams, who is currently shooting Star Wars: Episode VII on celluloid; Christopher Nolan, who used film on his upcoming Interstellar; Quentin Tarantino and Judd Apatow are among a group of leading filmmakers who are passionate film supporters and have stepped up to urge Hollywood to keep film going. Kodak is “very hopeful that an agreement will be put into place,” Kodak spokesperson Louise Kehoe told The Hollywood Reporter of the negotiations, which were first reported in the Wall Street Journal.

  • Gender bias in the film industry: 75% of blockbuster crews are male
    Wednesday July 23rd 2014

    Leading figures in cinema are calling for steps to improve diversity in the industry as a damning study exposes the severe lack of women at all levels of film production over the past 20 years. Figures seen by the Guardian have revealed that gender disparity is entrenched in the film[…]

  • TIFF shows strength with first batch of 2014 premieres
    Wednesday July 23rd 2014

    Concerns about the Toronto International Film Festival’s hard line against other festivals poaching its premieres vanished on Tuesday as it unveiled a strong slate of films, from indie fare to celebrity-studded features. The 59 films in the Gala and Special Presentation programs are a small slice of the 260-to-300-title lineup for the 39th edition of TIFF, which runs Sept. 4 to 14. There’s more to come, including the announcement of the opening night film. Canadian movies will be made public Aug. 6.

  • D Films acquires exclusive Canadian distribution rights to The Guest from HanWay Films
    Wednesday July 23rd 2014

    D Films announced today that it has acquired the exclusive, long-term Canadian distribution rights in all media to the Sundance Film Festival hit The Guest. The acquisition was announced today by Jim Sherry, President and CEO of D Films. The Guest stars Dan Stevens (Downton Abbey), Maika Monroe (At Any Price,[…]

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Archives for: July 20145
  • ‘Rob Ford’ makes cameo in ‘Sharknado 2′
    Wednesday July 30th 2014

    How does the sequel to instant campy classic “Sharknado” meet the unexpected success of last summer’s original? By sticking to the formula, says Ian Ziering, who stars in the film as Fin Shepard. “We didn’t set the bar too high in the first one,” the former “Beverly Hills, 90210″ actor[…]

  • Kodak, Studios Negotiating Last-Ditch Effort to Keep Film in Hollywood
    Wednesday July 30th 2014

    Iconic film manufacturer Kodak is in negotiations with all of the major studios to make a last-ditch deal to keep celluloid alive as its use faces a steep decline in the motion picture and TV industry, much of which has shifted to capturing images digitally. J.J. Abrams, who is currently shooting Star Wars: Episode VII on celluloid; Christopher Nolan, who used film on his upcoming Interstellar; Quentin Tarantino and Judd Apatow are among a group of leading filmmakers who are passionate film supporters and have stepped up to urge Hollywood to keep film going. Kodak is “very hopeful that an agreement will be put into place,” Kodak spokesperson Louise Kehoe told The Hollywood Reporter of the negotiations, which were first reported in the Wall Street Journal.

  • Gender bias in the film industry: 75% of blockbuster crews are male
    Wednesday July 23rd 2014

    Leading figures in cinema are calling for steps to improve diversity in the industry as a damning study exposes the severe lack of women at all levels of film production over the past 20 years. Figures seen by the Guardian have revealed that gender disparity is entrenched in the film[…]

  • TIFF shows strength with first batch of 2014 premieres
    Wednesday July 23rd 2014

    Concerns about the Toronto International Film Festival’s hard line against other festivals poaching its premieres vanished on Tuesday as it unveiled a strong slate of films, from indie fare to celebrity-studded features. The 59 films in the Gala and Special Presentation programs are a small slice of the 260-to-300-title lineup for the 39th edition of TIFF, which runs Sept. 4 to 14. There’s more to come, including the announcement of the opening night film. Canadian movies will be made public Aug. 6.

  • D Films acquires exclusive Canadian distribution rights to The Guest from HanWay Films
    Wednesday July 23rd 2014

    D Films announced today that it has acquired the exclusive, long-term Canadian distribution rights in all media to the Sundance Film Festival hit The Guest. The acquisition was announced today by Jim Sherry, President and CEO of D Films. The Guest stars Dan Stevens (Downton Abbey), Maika Monroe (At Any Price,[…]

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Archives for: July 20145
  • ‘Rob Ford’ makes cameo in ‘Sharknado 2′
    Wednesday July 30th 2014

    How does the sequel to instant campy classic “Sharknado” meet the unexpected success of last summer’s original? By sticking to the formula, says Ian Ziering, who stars in the film as Fin Shepard. “We didn’t set the bar too high in the first one,” the former “Beverly Hills, 90210″ actor[…]

  • Kodak, Studios Negotiating Last-Ditch Effort to Keep Film in Hollywood
    Wednesday July 30th 2014

    Iconic film manufacturer Kodak is in negotiations with all of the major studios to make a last-ditch deal to keep celluloid alive as its use faces a steep decline in the motion picture and TV industry, much of which has shifted to capturing images digitally. J.J. Abrams, who is currently shooting Star Wars: Episode VII on celluloid; Christopher Nolan, who used film on his upcoming Interstellar; Quentin Tarantino and Judd Apatow are among a group of leading filmmakers who are passionate film supporters and have stepped up to urge Hollywood to keep film going. Kodak is “very hopeful that an agreement will be put into place,” Kodak spokesperson Louise Kehoe told The Hollywood Reporter of the negotiations, which were first reported in the Wall Street Journal.

  • Gender bias in the film industry: 75% of blockbuster crews are male
    Wednesday July 23rd 2014

    Leading figures in cinema are calling for steps to improve diversity in the industry as a damning study exposes the severe lack of women at all levels of film production over the past 20 years. Figures seen by the Guardian have revealed that gender disparity is entrenched in the film[…]

  • TIFF shows strength with first batch of 2014 premieres
    Wednesday July 23rd 2014

    Concerns about the Toronto International Film Festival’s hard line against other festivals poaching its premieres vanished on Tuesday as it unveiled a strong slate of films, from indie fare to celebrity-studded features. The 59 films in the Gala and Special Presentation programs are a small slice of the 260-to-300-title lineup for the 39th edition of TIFF, which runs Sept. 4 to 14. There’s more to come, including the announcement of the opening night film. Canadian movies will be made public Aug. 6.

  • D Films acquires exclusive Canadian distribution rights to The Guest from HanWay Films
    Wednesday July 23rd 2014

    D Films announced today that it has acquired the exclusive, long-term Canadian distribution rights in all media to the Sundance Film Festival hit The Guest. The acquisition was announced today by Jim Sherry, President and CEO of D Films. The Guest stars Dan Stevens (Downton Abbey), Maika Monroe (At Any Price,[…]

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