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  • Quebec filmmaking phenom Xavier Dolan always had a ‘vision,’ says his father
    Tuesday December 16th 2014

    When Xavier Dolan was a teenager, his father used to tell people: “My son is a genius.” “I knew he had a vision, my son,” said Manuel Tadros, a well-known Quebecois singer and actor. “Everyone was saying, ‘Oh, you’re a good father and that’s why you think that.’ I said,[…]

  • Sony fights against hacks with powerful lawyers and the NFL’s crisis PR experts
    Tuesday December 16th 2014

    Sony Pictures Entertainment is mounting an aggressive defense against the debilitating hack that has pummeled the movie studio for weeks with leaks of sensitive information, but those efforts Tuesday were met with even more threats to damage the company as much as possible. On Tuesday, a group claiming to be responsible for the Sony hack posted a message on text sharing site Pastebin threatening violence against theaters showing the movie ‘The Interview,” a comedy that ends in the death of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un. The movie is scheduled to be widely released by Sony Christmas Day.

  • Sony Executive and Producer Apologize for Leaked Emails
    Thursday December 11th 2014

    An executive at Sony and a top Hollywood producer have issued apologies after their emails criticizing major movie stars including Angelina Jolie and Adam Sandler surfaced as part of a massive hacking attack on the company. Amy Pascal, the chairman of Sony Pictures Entertainment, said that she is sorry for[…]

  • Canadians out to scare and shake up Sundance and Slamdance film festivals
    Thursday December 11th 2014

    Sundance isn’t going to know what hit it. Canadian firebrands Guy Maddin and Bruce McDonald are both world-premiering nightmarish new movies next month at Robert Redford’s annual indie filmfest in Park City, Utah. They’re among a brace of Canuck films announced for both the Sundance Film Festival (Jan. 22 — Feb. 1) and its friendly local rival the Slamdance Film Festival (Jan. 23 — 29).

  • B.C. film, video-game industries fly high, fall hard before staging comeback
    Tuesday December 09th 2014

    Two decades earlier, the Canadian video game industry rose out of Vancouver, as Sydney Development Corp. and Distinctive Software Inc. (DSI) developed popular games. Seeing a good thing, California-based Electronic Arts bought DSI in 1991, creating EA Canada, which grew into one of the biggest games studios in the country.[…]

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Archives for: December 20145
  • Quebec filmmaking phenom Xavier Dolan always had a ‘vision,’ says his father
    Tuesday December 16th 2014

    When Xavier Dolan was a teenager, his father used to tell people: “My son is a genius.” “I knew he had a vision, my son,” said Manuel Tadros, a well-known Quebecois singer and actor. “Everyone was saying, ‘Oh, you’re a good father and that’s why you think that.’ I said,[…]

  • Sony fights against hacks with powerful lawyers and the NFL’s crisis PR experts
    Tuesday December 16th 2014

    Sony Pictures Entertainment is mounting an aggressive defense against the debilitating hack that has pummeled the movie studio for weeks with leaks of sensitive information, but those efforts Tuesday were met with even more threats to damage the company as much as possible. On Tuesday, a group claiming to be responsible for the Sony hack posted a message on text sharing site Pastebin threatening violence against theaters showing the movie ‘The Interview,” a comedy that ends in the death of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un. The movie is scheduled to be widely released by Sony Christmas Day.

  • Sony Executive and Producer Apologize for Leaked Emails
    Thursday December 11th 2014

    An executive at Sony and a top Hollywood producer have issued apologies after their emails criticizing major movie stars including Angelina Jolie and Adam Sandler surfaced as part of a massive hacking attack on the company. Amy Pascal, the chairman of Sony Pictures Entertainment, said that she is sorry for[…]

  • Canadians out to scare and shake up Sundance and Slamdance film festivals
    Thursday December 11th 2014

    Sundance isn’t going to know what hit it. Canadian firebrands Guy Maddin and Bruce McDonald are both world-premiering nightmarish new movies next month at Robert Redford’s annual indie filmfest in Park City, Utah. They’re among a brace of Canuck films announced for both the Sundance Film Festival (Jan. 22 — Feb. 1) and its friendly local rival the Slamdance Film Festival (Jan. 23 — 29).

  • B.C. film, video-game industries fly high, fall hard before staging comeback
    Tuesday December 09th 2014

    Two decades earlier, the Canadian video game industry rose out of Vancouver, as Sydney Development Corp. and Distinctive Software Inc. (DSI) developed popular games. Seeing a good thing, California-based Electronic Arts bought DSI in 1991, creating EA Canada, which grew into one of the biggest games studios in the country.[…]

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Archives for: December 20145
  • Quebec filmmaking phenom Xavier Dolan always had a ‘vision,’ says his father
    Tuesday December 16th 2014

    When Xavier Dolan was a teenager, his father used to tell people: “My son is a genius.” “I knew he had a vision, my son,” said Manuel Tadros, a well-known Quebecois singer and actor. “Everyone was saying, ‘Oh, you’re a good father and that’s why you think that.’ I said,[…]

  • Sony fights against hacks with powerful lawyers and the NFL’s crisis PR experts
    Tuesday December 16th 2014

    Sony Pictures Entertainment is mounting an aggressive defense against the debilitating hack that has pummeled the movie studio for weeks with leaks of sensitive information, but those efforts Tuesday were met with even more threats to damage the company as much as possible. On Tuesday, a group claiming to be responsible for the Sony hack posted a message on text sharing site Pastebin threatening violence against theaters showing the movie ‘The Interview,” a comedy that ends in the death of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un. The movie is scheduled to be widely released by Sony Christmas Day.

  • Sony Executive and Producer Apologize for Leaked Emails
    Thursday December 11th 2014

    An executive at Sony and a top Hollywood producer have issued apologies after their emails criticizing major movie stars including Angelina Jolie and Adam Sandler surfaced as part of a massive hacking attack on the company. Amy Pascal, the chairman of Sony Pictures Entertainment, said that she is sorry for[…]

  • Canadians out to scare and shake up Sundance and Slamdance film festivals
    Thursday December 11th 2014

    Sundance isn’t going to know what hit it. Canadian firebrands Guy Maddin and Bruce McDonald are both world-premiering nightmarish new movies next month at Robert Redford’s annual indie filmfest in Park City, Utah. They’re among a brace of Canuck films announced for both the Sundance Film Festival (Jan. 22 — Feb. 1) and its friendly local rival the Slamdance Film Festival (Jan. 23 — 29).

  • B.C. film, video-game industries fly high, fall hard before staging comeback
    Tuesday December 09th 2014

    Two decades earlier, the Canadian video game industry rose out of Vancouver, as Sydney Development Corp. and Distinctive Software Inc. (DSI) developed popular games. Seeing a good thing, California-based Electronic Arts bought DSI in 1991, creating EA Canada, which grew into one of the biggest games studios in the country.[…]

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