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  • Small screen hits the big time with Canadian International Television Festival’s second year
    Wednesday November 12th 2014

    In the inaugural year of the Canadian International Television Festival, David Heath embarked on what seemed an improbable mission. He wanted television viewers to get off the couch and head to the theatre to watch TV on the big screen. Moreover, he wanted them to watch only Canadian-made shows. “It[…]

  • TIFF Lightbox Celebrates Stanley Kubrick
    Monday November 10th 2014

    IFF held its annual charity fundraiser BOOMBOX and this year they were celebrating the Canadian premiere of the highly anticipated Stanley Kubrick Exhibition. The exhibit highlights the life and work of the legendary American film auteur. The all-out blast of film, art, cocktails and culture, featured a silent auction and Kubrick-themed interactive art installations and music. Redesigned for Toronto audiences, Stanley Kubrick is TIFF’s largest exhibition to date.

  • Oliver Stone’s Edward Snowden Film Fails to Find Major Studio Home
    Thursday November 06th 2014

    Oliver Stone’s untitled Edward Snowden film, starring Joseph Gordon-Levitt as the NSA whistleblower, is going the indie route after failing to find a taker among the major Hollywood studios. Open Road Films, which released Stone’s George W. Bush movie W., is picking up U.S. rights to the movie, while Wild[…]

  • Is the Whistler Film Festival Canada’s answer to Sundance?
    Thursday November 06th 2014

    The Whistler Film Festival (WFF) is not the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF), nor is it the Vancouver International Film Festival (VIFF). And it doesn’t pretend to be either. But the five-day event, held every December at B.C.’s premier ski resort, has found its niche in Western Canada’s cold hills as an ironically warm and uniquely Canadian affair.

  • Q producer taking time off as CBC seeks ‘clarity’ around Jian Ghomeshi allegations
    Tuesday November 04th 2014

    The executive producer of Jian Ghomeshi’s former radio show has “decided” to take some time off while the CBC looks “for more clarity” around the allegations of sexual violence and harassment levelled against the disgraced radio host, the public broadcaster said Monday. CBC spokesman Chuck Thompson confirmed that Arif Noorani has “decided to take a few days off.” He did not answer a question about when Noorani would be back, and said he didn’t know what role he would return to.

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Archives for: November 20145
  • Small screen hits the big time with Canadian International Television Festival’s second year
    Wednesday November 12th 2014

    In the inaugural year of the Canadian International Television Festival, David Heath embarked on what seemed an improbable mission. He wanted television viewers to get off the couch and head to the theatre to watch TV on the big screen. Moreover, he wanted them to watch only Canadian-made shows. “It[…]

  • TIFF Lightbox Celebrates Stanley Kubrick
    Monday November 10th 2014

    IFF held its annual charity fundraiser BOOMBOX and this year they were celebrating the Canadian premiere of the highly anticipated Stanley Kubrick Exhibition. The exhibit highlights the life and work of the legendary American film auteur. The all-out blast of film, art, cocktails and culture, featured a silent auction and Kubrick-themed interactive art installations and music. Redesigned for Toronto audiences, Stanley Kubrick is TIFF’s largest exhibition to date.

  • Oliver Stone’s Edward Snowden Film Fails to Find Major Studio Home
    Thursday November 06th 2014

    Oliver Stone’s untitled Edward Snowden film, starring Joseph Gordon-Levitt as the NSA whistleblower, is going the indie route after failing to find a taker among the major Hollywood studios. Open Road Films, which released Stone’s George W. Bush movie W., is picking up U.S. rights to the movie, while Wild[…]

  • Is the Whistler Film Festival Canada’s answer to Sundance?
    Thursday November 06th 2014

    The Whistler Film Festival (WFF) is not the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF), nor is it the Vancouver International Film Festival (VIFF). And it doesn’t pretend to be either. But the five-day event, held every December at B.C.’s premier ski resort, has found its niche in Western Canada’s cold hills as an ironically warm and uniquely Canadian affair.

  • Q producer taking time off as CBC seeks ‘clarity’ around Jian Ghomeshi allegations
    Tuesday November 04th 2014

    The executive producer of Jian Ghomeshi’s former radio show has “decided” to take some time off while the CBC looks “for more clarity” around the allegations of sexual violence and harassment levelled against the disgraced radio host, the public broadcaster said Monday. CBC spokesman Chuck Thompson confirmed that Arif Noorani has “decided to take a few days off.” He did not answer a question about when Noorani would be back, and said he didn’t know what role he would return to.

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Archives for: November 20145
  • Small screen hits the big time with Canadian International Television Festival’s second year
    Wednesday November 12th 2014

    In the inaugural year of the Canadian International Television Festival, David Heath embarked on what seemed an improbable mission. He wanted television viewers to get off the couch and head to the theatre to watch TV on the big screen. Moreover, he wanted them to watch only Canadian-made shows. “It[…]

  • TIFF Lightbox Celebrates Stanley Kubrick
    Monday November 10th 2014

    IFF held its annual charity fundraiser BOOMBOX and this year they were celebrating the Canadian premiere of the highly anticipated Stanley Kubrick Exhibition. The exhibit highlights the life and work of the legendary American film auteur. The all-out blast of film, art, cocktails and culture, featured a silent auction and Kubrick-themed interactive art installations and music. Redesigned for Toronto audiences, Stanley Kubrick is TIFF’s largest exhibition to date.

  • Oliver Stone’s Edward Snowden Film Fails to Find Major Studio Home
    Thursday November 06th 2014

    Oliver Stone’s untitled Edward Snowden film, starring Joseph Gordon-Levitt as the NSA whistleblower, is going the indie route after failing to find a taker among the major Hollywood studios. Open Road Films, which released Stone’s George W. Bush movie W., is picking up U.S. rights to the movie, while Wild[…]

  • Is the Whistler Film Festival Canada’s answer to Sundance?
    Thursday November 06th 2014

    The Whistler Film Festival (WFF) is not the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF), nor is it the Vancouver International Film Festival (VIFF). And it doesn’t pretend to be either. But the five-day event, held every December at B.C.’s premier ski resort, has found its niche in Western Canada’s cold hills as an ironically warm and uniquely Canadian affair.

  • Q producer taking time off as CBC seeks ‘clarity’ around Jian Ghomeshi allegations
    Tuesday November 04th 2014

    The executive producer of Jian Ghomeshi’s former radio show has “decided” to take some time off while the CBC looks “for more clarity” around the allegations of sexual violence and harassment levelled against the disgraced radio host, the public broadcaster said Monday. CBC spokesman Chuck Thompson confirmed that Arif Noorani has “decided to take a few days off.” He did not answer a question about when Noorani would be back, and said he didn’t know what role he would return to.

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