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  • Boyhood and Birdman among AFI’s top films of 2014
    Tuesday December 09th 2014

    The American Film Institute (AFI) has picked its top films of 2014 including coming-of-age tale Boyhood, Birdman and Angelina Jolie’s Unbroken. Christopher Nolan’s Interstellar, Foxcatcher, Jake Gyllenhaal thriller Nightcrawler and British code-breaking drama The Imitation Game also feature. For the first time the jury chose 11 films instead of 10,[…]

  • Vice launches film-making venture with 20th Century Fox
    Tuesday December 09th 2014

    Digital media company Vice is getting into feature films, launching a movie-making joint venture with Hollywood studio 20th Century Fox. Vice Films is looking to work with emerging directors and to make at least two movies a year, at a budget of about $2m. It will also have a first look deal with Fox to develop productions in the $10m to $20m range. Fox, part of Rupert Murdoch’s 21st Century Fox, will provide film development, production and theatrical distribution, while Vice Media will lead the creative development and be responsible for digital distribution. Last year 21st Century Fox bought a 5% share in Vice for $70m.

  • SIM Group Acquires Toronto-based Pixel Underground
    Thursday December 04th 2014

    SIM Group has announced that they have merged with Pixel Underground, one of Toronto’s leading post-production facilities, and its associated companies FINI Films and StationEX. Founded in 2009 by Marc Bachli and Marcus Valentin, Pixel Underground has quickly developed into Toronto’s most modern, file-based post production facility, specializing in color grading, visual effects and online editorial. FINI Films and StationEX provide physical and file-based media fulfillment and distribution services.

  • National Film Board of Canada appoints 11-year veteran Claude Joli-Coeur as new chair
    Tuesday December 02nd 2014

    The new chair of the National Film Board of Canada is an old hand at the agency, after the federal government on Tuesday tapped Claude Joli-Coeur, an 11-year veteran, to lead the NFB after a period of tumult. Joli-Coeur, who joined the NFB in 2003 and became assistant commissioner in[…]

  • TIFF’s Top Ten Film Festival: Spotlight on Canadian film
    Tuesday December 02nd 2014

    TIFF wants you to make a date with Canadian movies. The movies in Canada’s Top Ten Film Festival in the feature, short film and student film categories were announced Monday, including a wide range of titles from established directors like David Cronenberg, Xavier Dolan, Marie-Hélène Cousineau and Susan Avingaq, to newcomers including Andrew Huculiak and Albert Shin.

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  • Boyhood and Birdman among AFI’s top films of 2014
    Tuesday December 09th 2014

    The American Film Institute (AFI) has picked its top films of 2014 including coming-of-age tale Boyhood, Birdman and Angelina Jolie’s Unbroken. Christopher Nolan’s Interstellar, Foxcatcher, Jake Gyllenhaal thriller Nightcrawler and British code-breaking drama The Imitation Game also feature. For the first time the jury chose 11 films instead of 10,[…]

  • Vice launches film-making venture with 20th Century Fox
    Tuesday December 09th 2014

    Digital media company Vice is getting into feature films, launching a movie-making joint venture with Hollywood studio 20th Century Fox. Vice Films is looking to work with emerging directors and to make at least two movies a year, at a budget of about $2m. It will also have a first look deal with Fox to develop productions in the $10m to $20m range. Fox, part of Rupert Murdoch’s 21st Century Fox, will provide film development, production and theatrical distribution, while Vice Media will lead the creative development and be responsible for digital distribution. Last year 21st Century Fox bought a 5% share in Vice for $70m.

  • SIM Group Acquires Toronto-based Pixel Underground
    Thursday December 04th 2014

    SIM Group has announced that they have merged with Pixel Underground, one of Toronto’s leading post-production facilities, and its associated companies FINI Films and StationEX. Founded in 2009 by Marc Bachli and Marcus Valentin, Pixel Underground has quickly developed into Toronto’s most modern, file-based post production facility, specializing in color grading, visual effects and online editorial. FINI Films and StationEX provide physical and file-based media fulfillment and distribution services.

  • National Film Board of Canada appoints 11-year veteran Claude Joli-Coeur as new chair
    Tuesday December 02nd 2014

    The new chair of the National Film Board of Canada is an old hand at the agency, after the federal government on Tuesday tapped Claude Joli-Coeur, an 11-year veteran, to lead the NFB after a period of tumult. Joli-Coeur, who joined the NFB in 2003 and became assistant commissioner in[…]

  • TIFF’s Top Ten Film Festival: Spotlight on Canadian film
    Tuesday December 02nd 2014

    TIFF wants you to make a date with Canadian movies. The movies in Canada’s Top Ten Film Festival in the feature, short film and student film categories were announced Monday, including a wide range of titles from established directors like David Cronenberg, Xavier Dolan, Marie-Hélène Cousineau and Susan Avingaq, to newcomers including Andrew Huculiak and Albert Shin.

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Archives for: December 20145
  • Boyhood and Birdman among AFI’s top films of 2014
    Tuesday December 09th 2014

    The American Film Institute (AFI) has picked its top films of 2014 including coming-of-age tale Boyhood, Birdman and Angelina Jolie’s Unbroken. Christopher Nolan’s Interstellar, Foxcatcher, Jake Gyllenhaal thriller Nightcrawler and British code-breaking drama The Imitation Game also feature. For the first time the jury chose 11 films instead of 10,[…]

  • Vice launches film-making venture with 20th Century Fox
    Tuesday December 09th 2014

    Digital media company Vice is getting into feature films, launching a movie-making joint venture with Hollywood studio 20th Century Fox. Vice Films is looking to work with emerging directors and to make at least two movies a year, at a budget of about $2m. It will also have a first look deal with Fox to develop productions in the $10m to $20m range. Fox, part of Rupert Murdoch’s 21st Century Fox, will provide film development, production and theatrical distribution, while Vice Media will lead the creative development and be responsible for digital distribution. Last year 21st Century Fox bought a 5% share in Vice for $70m.

  • SIM Group Acquires Toronto-based Pixel Underground
    Thursday December 04th 2014

    SIM Group has announced that they have merged with Pixel Underground, one of Toronto’s leading post-production facilities, and its associated companies FINI Films and StationEX. Founded in 2009 by Marc Bachli and Marcus Valentin, Pixel Underground has quickly developed into Toronto’s most modern, file-based post production facility, specializing in color grading, visual effects and online editorial. FINI Films and StationEX provide physical and file-based media fulfillment and distribution services.

  • National Film Board of Canada appoints 11-year veteran Claude Joli-Coeur as new chair
    Tuesday December 02nd 2014

    The new chair of the National Film Board of Canada is an old hand at the agency, after the federal government on Tuesday tapped Claude Joli-Coeur, an 11-year veteran, to lead the NFB after a period of tumult. Joli-Coeur, who joined the NFB in 2003 and became assistant commissioner in[…]

  • TIFF’s Top Ten Film Festival: Spotlight on Canadian film
    Tuesday December 02nd 2014

    TIFF wants you to make a date with Canadian movies. The movies in Canada’s Top Ten Film Festival in the feature, short film and student film categories were announced Monday, including a wide range of titles from established directors like David Cronenberg, Xavier Dolan, Marie-Hélène Cousineau and Susan Avingaq, to newcomers including Andrew Huculiak and Albert Shin.

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