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  • David Letterman gets rousing sendoff from Bill Murray
    Wednesday May 20th 2015

    Bill Murray and Bob Dylan were the final scheduled guests as David Letterman’s penultimate show aired on Tuesday night. Murray jumped out of a cake to the delight of the Late Show with David Letterman audience at the Ed Sullivan Theatre, smearing some on select audience members as well as the host. Murray was making his 44th appearance with the late night host, dating back to the debut episode of Late Night with David Letterman on Feb. 1, 1982 on NBC. Murray also welcomed Letterman in his first show after moving to CBS in 1993.

  • Canon Canada announces new EOS C300 MARK II Digital Cinema Camera
    Tuesday May 19th 2015

    Canon Canada Inc., a leader in digital imaging solutions, is introducing the new EOS C300 Mark II Digital Cinema Camera for cinema, documentary, event and commercial videography. As the latest addition to the Canon Cinema EOS line of professional cameras, the EOS C300 Mark II features evolutionary updates including a new 8.85 Megapixel Super 35mm Cinema CMOS Sensor, new Dual DIGIC DV 5 Processors and a new Canon XF-AVC Codec that allows 10-bit 4:2:2 4K image data to be recorded internally, and an expanded dynamic range of up to 15 stops.

  • Ontario: Canada’s Method Actor for Film/TV Production
    Monday May 18th 2015

    For evidence that Ontario trumps Hollywood as a location for moviemaking, look no further than Guillermo del Toro. The creature-feature king now makes Toronto his home while juggling film and TV shoots on local streets and stages. Those projects include Mama, which del Toro executive produced; Pacific Rim, which he directed; FX’s The Strain, which he created and wrote with Chuck Hogan; and his next film, Pacific Rim 2, which shoots later this year at Pinewood Toronto Studios.

  • Canada’s filmmakers to uphold cinema traditions at Cannes
    Monday May 11th 2015

    The Canadian presence at the 68th Cannes International Film Festival is a little softer this year than last year, when a historic three directors – Atom Egoyan, David Cronenberg and Xavier Dolan – made it into the competition for the Palme d’Or. This year, there’s just 47-year-old Quebec director Denis Villeneuve with Sicario (Spanish for “hit man”), a Mexican-border crime drama, starring Emily Blunt as an FBI agent who teams with mercenaries to take down the head of a drug cartel.

  • Telefilm Canada’s Not Short on Talent market screenings back in Cannes for fifth edition
    Monday May 11th 2015

    Telefilm Canada today announced the 39 short films that will screen at Cannes’ Marché du Film market from May 16 to May 19 as part of Not Short on Talent. Curated by Danny Lennon, founder of short film series Prends ça court, the shorts were selected from over 350 submissions[…]

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  • David Letterman gets rousing sendoff from Bill Murray
    Wednesday May 20th 2015

    Bill Murray and Bob Dylan were the final scheduled guests as David Letterman’s penultimate show aired on Tuesday night. Murray jumped out of a cake to the delight of the Late Show with David Letterman audience at the Ed Sullivan Theatre, smearing some on select audience members as well as the host. Murray was making his 44th appearance with the late night host, dating back to the debut episode of Late Night with David Letterman on Feb. 1, 1982 on NBC. Murray also welcomed Letterman in his first show after moving to CBS in 1993.

  • Canon Canada announces new EOS C300 MARK II Digital Cinema Camera
    Tuesday May 19th 2015

    Canon Canada Inc., a leader in digital imaging solutions, is introducing the new EOS C300 Mark II Digital Cinema Camera for cinema, documentary, event and commercial videography. As the latest addition to the Canon Cinema EOS line of professional cameras, the EOS C300 Mark II features evolutionary updates including a new 8.85 Megapixel Super 35mm Cinema CMOS Sensor, new Dual DIGIC DV 5 Processors and a new Canon XF-AVC Codec that allows 10-bit 4:2:2 4K image data to be recorded internally, and an expanded dynamic range of up to 15 stops.

  • Ontario: Canada’s Method Actor for Film/TV Production
    Monday May 18th 2015

    For evidence that Ontario trumps Hollywood as a location for moviemaking, look no further than Guillermo del Toro. The creature-feature king now makes Toronto his home while juggling film and TV shoots on local streets and stages. Those projects include Mama, which del Toro executive produced; Pacific Rim, which he directed; FX’s The Strain, which he created and wrote with Chuck Hogan; and his next film, Pacific Rim 2, which shoots later this year at Pinewood Toronto Studios.

  • Canada’s filmmakers to uphold cinema traditions at Cannes
    Monday May 11th 2015

    The Canadian presence at the 68th Cannes International Film Festival is a little softer this year than last year, when a historic three directors – Atom Egoyan, David Cronenberg and Xavier Dolan – made it into the competition for the Palme d’Or. This year, there’s just 47-year-old Quebec director Denis Villeneuve with Sicario (Spanish for “hit man”), a Mexican-border crime drama, starring Emily Blunt as an FBI agent who teams with mercenaries to take down the head of a drug cartel.

  • Telefilm Canada’s Not Short on Talent market screenings back in Cannes for fifth edition
    Monday May 11th 2015

    Telefilm Canada today announced the 39 short films that will screen at Cannes’ Marché du Film market from May 16 to May 19 as part of Not Short on Talent. Curated by Danny Lennon, founder of short film series Prends ça court, the shorts were selected from over 350 submissions[…]

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Archives for: May 20155
  • David Letterman gets rousing sendoff from Bill Murray
    Wednesday May 20th 2015

    Bill Murray and Bob Dylan were the final scheduled guests as David Letterman’s penultimate show aired on Tuesday night. Murray jumped out of a cake to the delight of the Late Show with David Letterman audience at the Ed Sullivan Theatre, smearing some on select audience members as well as the host. Murray was making his 44th appearance with the late night host, dating back to the debut episode of Late Night with David Letterman on Feb. 1, 1982 on NBC. Murray also welcomed Letterman in his first show after moving to CBS in 1993.

  • Canon Canada announces new EOS C300 MARK II Digital Cinema Camera
    Tuesday May 19th 2015

    Canon Canada Inc., a leader in digital imaging solutions, is introducing the new EOS C300 Mark II Digital Cinema Camera for cinema, documentary, event and commercial videography. As the latest addition to the Canon Cinema EOS line of professional cameras, the EOS C300 Mark II features evolutionary updates including a new 8.85 Megapixel Super 35mm Cinema CMOS Sensor, new Dual DIGIC DV 5 Processors and a new Canon XF-AVC Codec that allows 10-bit 4:2:2 4K image data to be recorded internally, and an expanded dynamic range of up to 15 stops.

  • Ontario: Canada’s Method Actor for Film/TV Production
    Monday May 18th 2015

    For evidence that Ontario trumps Hollywood as a location for moviemaking, look no further than Guillermo del Toro. The creature-feature king now makes Toronto his home while juggling film and TV shoots on local streets and stages. Those projects include Mama, which del Toro executive produced; Pacific Rim, which he directed; FX’s The Strain, which he created and wrote with Chuck Hogan; and his next film, Pacific Rim 2, which shoots later this year at Pinewood Toronto Studios.

  • Canada’s filmmakers to uphold cinema traditions at Cannes
    Monday May 11th 2015

    The Canadian presence at the 68th Cannes International Film Festival is a little softer this year than last year, when a historic three directors – Atom Egoyan, David Cronenberg and Xavier Dolan – made it into the competition for the Palme d’Or. This year, there’s just 47-year-old Quebec director Denis Villeneuve with Sicario (Spanish for “hit man”), a Mexican-border crime drama, starring Emily Blunt as an FBI agent who teams with mercenaries to take down the head of a drug cartel.

  • Telefilm Canada’s Not Short on Talent market screenings back in Cannes for fifth edition
    Monday May 11th 2015

    Telefilm Canada today announced the 39 short films that will screen at Cannes’ Marché du Film market from May 16 to May 19 as part of Not Short on Talent. Curated by Danny Lennon, founder of short film series Prends ça court, the shorts were selected from over 350 submissions[…]

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