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  • TIFF announces more films, including boundary-pushing Midnight Madness lineup
    Tuesday August 11th 2015

    Boundary-pushing films from Gaspar Noé, Jeremy Saulnier and programming mainstay Takashi Miike are heading to this year’s Toronto International Film Festival, organizers revealed Tuesday. The announcement was the latest in TIFF’s summer-long rollout of titles, and included details of the ever-popular Midnight Madness program, which focuses on genre films considered[…]

  • Harper Says No To Netflix Tax In Canada
    Tuesday August 11th 2015

    No “Netflix tax” in Canada. That was the word from Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper. Harper promised not to tax streaming services last week, saying, “I’m 100% against a Netflix tax — always have been, always will be.” He warned, however, that his opponents might do just that, claiming, “Some[…]

  • Universal Is Having The Biggest Year In The History Of The Film Industry
    Thursday August 06th 2015

    It looks like the champagne corks are popping over at Universal. It’s okay; they can totally afford it. While it seems that movie studios set box office records every year (ticket inflation will do that), this one is a little different. Universal Pictures has already grossed more money than any[…]

  • TIFF unveils Canadian films for 2015 festival
    Wednesday August 05th 2015

    Canuck visions both frightening and comic of a radically changed world are among the highlights of Canadian films coming to next month’s Toronto International Film Festival. Many of the 72 dramatic and documentary features, shorts and installations unveiled Wednesday by TIFF for its Sept. 10 to 20 event, are world,[…]

  • Nova Scotia film industry shrouded in uncertainty under tax incentive
    Monday August 03rd 2015

    A Nova Scotia film industry worker says a cloud of uncertainty has shrouded the province’s film industry since the implementation of a new incentive program, forcing many workers to find employment elsewhere with no major projects on the horizon. Kimberlee McTaggart, who has worked as an editor in post-production in[…]

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Archives for: August 20155
  • TIFF announces more films, including boundary-pushing Midnight Madness lineup
    Tuesday August 11th 2015

    Boundary-pushing films from Gaspar Noé, Jeremy Saulnier and programming mainstay Takashi Miike are heading to this year’s Toronto International Film Festival, organizers revealed Tuesday. The announcement was the latest in TIFF’s summer-long rollout of titles, and included details of the ever-popular Midnight Madness program, which focuses on genre films considered[…]

  • Harper Says No To Netflix Tax In Canada
    Tuesday August 11th 2015

    No “Netflix tax” in Canada. That was the word from Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper. Harper promised not to tax streaming services last week, saying, “I’m 100% against a Netflix tax — always have been, always will be.” He warned, however, that his opponents might do just that, claiming, “Some[…]

  • Universal Is Having The Biggest Year In The History Of The Film Industry
    Thursday August 06th 2015

    It looks like the champagne corks are popping over at Universal. It’s okay; they can totally afford it. While it seems that movie studios set box office records every year (ticket inflation will do that), this one is a little different. Universal Pictures has already grossed more money than any[…]

  • TIFF unveils Canadian films for 2015 festival
    Wednesday August 05th 2015

    Canuck visions both frightening and comic of a radically changed world are among the highlights of Canadian films coming to next month’s Toronto International Film Festival. Many of the 72 dramatic and documentary features, shorts and installations unveiled Wednesday by TIFF for its Sept. 10 to 20 event, are world,[…]

  • Nova Scotia film industry shrouded in uncertainty under tax incentive
    Monday August 03rd 2015

    A Nova Scotia film industry worker says a cloud of uncertainty has shrouded the province’s film industry since the implementation of a new incentive program, forcing many workers to find employment elsewhere with no major projects on the horizon. Kimberlee McTaggart, who has worked as an editor in post-production in[…]

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Archives for: August 20155
  • TIFF announces more films, including boundary-pushing Midnight Madness lineup
    Tuesday August 11th 2015

    Boundary-pushing films from Gaspar Noé, Jeremy Saulnier and programming mainstay Takashi Miike are heading to this year’s Toronto International Film Festival, organizers revealed Tuesday. The announcement was the latest in TIFF’s summer-long rollout of titles, and included details of the ever-popular Midnight Madness program, which focuses on genre films considered[…]

  • Harper Says No To Netflix Tax In Canada
    Tuesday August 11th 2015

    No “Netflix tax” in Canada. That was the word from Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper. Harper promised not to tax streaming services last week, saying, “I’m 100% against a Netflix tax — always have been, always will be.” He warned, however, that his opponents might do just that, claiming, “Some[…]

  • Universal Is Having The Biggest Year In The History Of The Film Industry
    Thursday August 06th 2015

    It looks like the champagne corks are popping over at Universal. It’s okay; they can totally afford it. While it seems that movie studios set box office records every year (ticket inflation will do that), this one is a little different. Universal Pictures has already grossed more money than any[…]

  • TIFF unveils Canadian films for 2015 festival
    Wednesday August 05th 2015

    Canuck visions both frightening and comic of a radically changed world are among the highlights of Canadian films coming to next month’s Toronto International Film Festival. Many of the 72 dramatic and documentary features, shorts and installations unveiled Wednesday by TIFF for its Sept. 10 to 20 event, are world,[…]

  • Nova Scotia film industry shrouded in uncertainty under tax incentive
    Monday August 03rd 2015

    A Nova Scotia film industry worker says a cloud of uncertainty has shrouded the province’s film industry since the implementation of a new incentive program, forcing many workers to find employment elsewhere with no major projects on the horizon. Kimberlee McTaggart, who has worked as an editor in post-production in[…]

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