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  • CALL FOR APPLICATIONS – OMDC Film Fund
    Friday February 27th 2015

    OMDC has launched a call for applications for the OMDC Film Fund. This fund is intended to increase the level of indigenous feature film production in Ontario. This program provides support to Ontario producers for feature film projects in the final stages of development and production financing.

  • Oscars Show Growing Gap Between Moviegoers and Academy
    Monday February 23rd 2015

    In the end, it was the audience that got snubbed. Following the best picture win on Sunday night by “Birdman” — a brainy film seen by fewer than five million ticket buyers in North America — the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences woke on Monday to soft television[…]

  • The Oscars: Canadian talent takes home Academy Awards
    Monday February 23rd 2015

    Canadians are among the winners at the 2015 Academy Awards. Canadian sound mixer Craig Mann has won an Oscar for his work on the intense drumming film Whiplash. The 38-year-old claimed the sound mixing Academy Award along with co-nominees Ben Wilkins and Thomas Curley. Now L.A.-based, Mann spent years assisting the industry’s top sound mixers in Canada and the United States before deciding to become a mixer himself years ago.

  • TO411 launches new “Behind the Scenes” Video Roll-Outs
    Monday February 23rd 2015

    Starting Monday February 15th and continuing throughout the next several months, TO411 publisher Tom Reid is pleased to announce the launch of “Insider” Video Roll-Out campaigns on TO411Daily.

  • WWE Network Expands in Canada, Middle East
    Wednesday February 18th 2015

    As it looks to grow its viewership of the upcoming “WrestleMania” pay-per-view event next month, WWE has locked down new distribution deals for its WWE Network in Canada and the Middle East. Rogers Communications will provide the over-the-top streaming service to more Canadians through carriage agreements with Cogeco Cable Canada,[…]

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Archives for: February 20155
  • CALL FOR APPLICATIONS – OMDC Film Fund
    Friday February 27th 2015

    OMDC has launched a call for applications for the OMDC Film Fund. This fund is intended to increase the level of indigenous feature film production in Ontario. This program provides support to Ontario producers for feature film projects in the final stages of development and production financing.

  • Oscars Show Growing Gap Between Moviegoers and Academy
    Monday February 23rd 2015

    In the end, it was the audience that got snubbed. Following the best picture win on Sunday night by “Birdman” — a brainy film seen by fewer than five million ticket buyers in North America — the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences woke on Monday to soft television[…]

  • The Oscars: Canadian talent takes home Academy Awards
    Monday February 23rd 2015

    Canadians are among the winners at the 2015 Academy Awards. Canadian sound mixer Craig Mann has won an Oscar for his work on the intense drumming film Whiplash. The 38-year-old claimed the sound mixing Academy Award along with co-nominees Ben Wilkins and Thomas Curley. Now L.A.-based, Mann spent years assisting the industry’s top sound mixers in Canada and the United States before deciding to become a mixer himself years ago.

  • TO411 launches new “Behind the Scenes” Video Roll-Outs
    Monday February 23rd 2015

    Starting Monday February 15th and continuing throughout the next several months, TO411 publisher Tom Reid is pleased to announce the launch of “Insider” Video Roll-Out campaigns on TO411Daily.

  • WWE Network Expands in Canada, Middle East
    Wednesday February 18th 2015

    As it looks to grow its viewership of the upcoming “WrestleMania” pay-per-view event next month, WWE has locked down new distribution deals for its WWE Network in Canada and the Middle East. Rogers Communications will provide the over-the-top streaming service to more Canadians through carriage agreements with Cogeco Cable Canada,[…]

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ARCHIVES

Archives for: February 20155
  • CALL FOR APPLICATIONS – OMDC Film Fund
    Friday February 27th 2015

    OMDC has launched a call for applications for the OMDC Film Fund. This fund is intended to increase the level of indigenous feature film production in Ontario. This program provides support to Ontario producers for feature film projects in the final stages of development and production financing.

  • Oscars Show Growing Gap Between Moviegoers and Academy
    Monday February 23rd 2015

    In the end, it was the audience that got snubbed. Following the best picture win on Sunday night by “Birdman” — a brainy film seen by fewer than five million ticket buyers in North America — the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences woke on Monday to soft television[…]

  • The Oscars: Canadian talent takes home Academy Awards
    Monday February 23rd 2015

    Canadians are among the winners at the 2015 Academy Awards. Canadian sound mixer Craig Mann has won an Oscar for his work on the intense drumming film Whiplash. The 38-year-old claimed the sound mixing Academy Award along with co-nominees Ben Wilkins and Thomas Curley. Now L.A.-based, Mann spent years assisting the industry’s top sound mixers in Canada and the United States before deciding to become a mixer himself years ago.

  • TO411 launches new “Behind the Scenes” Video Roll-Outs
    Monday February 23rd 2015

    Starting Monday February 15th and continuing throughout the next several months, TO411 publisher Tom Reid is pleased to announce the launch of “Insider” Video Roll-Out campaigns on TO411Daily.

  • WWE Network Expands in Canada, Middle East
    Wednesday February 18th 2015

    As it looks to grow its viewership of the upcoming “WrestleMania” pay-per-view event next month, WWE has locked down new distribution deals for its WWE Network in Canada and the Middle East. Rogers Communications will provide the over-the-top streaming service to more Canadians through carriage agreements with Cogeco Cable Canada,[…]

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