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  • Province spending $3.4 Million in North Bay Film and Television Industry
    Thursday November 19th 2015

    The Ontario government says it is supporting the northern film and television industry by spending more than $3.4 million through the province’s Northern Ontario Heritage Fund Corporation. Three productions will be filmed in and around the city says a news release from the province. – Bridge Film Productions will receive[…]

  • N.S. film, TV jobs in rapid decline since elimination of film tax credit: NDP
    Thursday November 19th 2015

    The number of film and TV jobs in Nova Scotia has plunged since the provincial government eliminated a key film tax credit in the spring, the opposition New Democrats said. Citing statistics from the union that represents film and TV workers in Nova Scotia, the NDP issued a statement saying[…]

  • Technicolor Celebrates 100th Anniversary
    Tuesday November 17th 2015

    Technicolor is a transcendent name in the history of cinema.  The name, Technicolor, derived by Dr. Herbert Kalmus and his early partners, from conjoining “technique” and “color” is something so embedded into global vernacular as to be, at the same time, a noun, an adjective and an adverb.  The experience[…]

  • Viceland content will be made in Canada, for a global audience
    Tuesday November 17th 2015

    When VICELAND launches next year, the 24-hour TV channel co-owned by VICE Media and Rogers Media will feature several series produced out of the new VICE Canada Studio in Toronto’s Liberty Village. But though shows like Ellen Page’s Gaycation and Matty Matheson’s Dead Set on Life are built around personalities[…]

  • Weinstein Company to Cut 40-50 Staffers From Film Units
    Tuesday November 17th 2015

    The Weinstein Company will cut between 40 and 50 employees from its film units in the coming days, an individual with knowledge of the situation told TheWrap. The cuts will be focused on the studio’s film operations, including its genre label TWC-Radius, and spare senior management. Most of the layoffs[…]

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Archives for: November 20155
  • Province spending $3.4 Million in North Bay Film and Television Industry
    Thursday November 19th 2015

    The Ontario government says it is supporting the northern film and television industry by spending more than $3.4 million through the province’s Northern Ontario Heritage Fund Corporation. Three productions will be filmed in and around the city says a news release from the province. – Bridge Film Productions will receive[…]

  • N.S. film, TV jobs in rapid decline since elimination of film tax credit: NDP
    Thursday November 19th 2015

    The number of film and TV jobs in Nova Scotia has plunged since the provincial government eliminated a key film tax credit in the spring, the opposition New Democrats said. Citing statistics from the union that represents film and TV workers in Nova Scotia, the NDP issued a statement saying[…]

  • Technicolor Celebrates 100th Anniversary
    Tuesday November 17th 2015

    Technicolor is a transcendent name in the history of cinema.  The name, Technicolor, derived by Dr. Herbert Kalmus and his early partners, from conjoining “technique” and “color” is something so embedded into global vernacular as to be, at the same time, a noun, an adjective and an adverb.  The experience[…]

  • Viceland content will be made in Canada, for a global audience
    Tuesday November 17th 2015

    When VICELAND launches next year, the 24-hour TV channel co-owned by VICE Media and Rogers Media will feature several series produced out of the new VICE Canada Studio in Toronto’s Liberty Village. But though shows like Ellen Page’s Gaycation and Matty Matheson’s Dead Set on Life are built around personalities[…]

  • Weinstein Company to Cut 40-50 Staffers From Film Units
    Tuesday November 17th 2015

    The Weinstein Company will cut between 40 and 50 employees from its film units in the coming days, an individual with knowledge of the situation told TheWrap. The cuts will be focused on the studio’s film operations, including its genre label TWC-Radius, and spare senior management. Most of the layoffs[…]

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Archives for: November 20155
  • Province spending $3.4 Million in North Bay Film and Television Industry
    Thursday November 19th 2015

    The Ontario government says it is supporting the northern film and television industry by spending more than $3.4 million through the province’s Northern Ontario Heritage Fund Corporation. Three productions will be filmed in and around the city says a news release from the province. – Bridge Film Productions will receive[…]

  • N.S. film, TV jobs in rapid decline since elimination of film tax credit: NDP
    Thursday November 19th 2015

    The number of film and TV jobs in Nova Scotia has plunged since the provincial government eliminated a key film tax credit in the spring, the opposition New Democrats said. Citing statistics from the union that represents film and TV workers in Nova Scotia, the NDP issued a statement saying[…]

  • Technicolor Celebrates 100th Anniversary
    Tuesday November 17th 2015

    Technicolor is a transcendent name in the history of cinema.  The name, Technicolor, derived by Dr. Herbert Kalmus and his early partners, from conjoining “technique” and “color” is something so embedded into global vernacular as to be, at the same time, a noun, an adjective and an adverb.  The experience[…]

  • Viceland content will be made in Canada, for a global audience
    Tuesday November 17th 2015

    When VICELAND launches next year, the 24-hour TV channel co-owned by VICE Media and Rogers Media will feature several series produced out of the new VICE Canada Studio in Toronto’s Liberty Village. But though shows like Ellen Page’s Gaycation and Matty Matheson’s Dead Set on Life are built around personalities[…]

  • Weinstein Company to Cut 40-50 Staffers From Film Units
    Tuesday November 17th 2015

    The Weinstein Company will cut between 40 and 50 employees from its film units in the coming days, an individual with knowledge of the situation told TheWrap. The cuts will be focused on the studio’s film operations, including its genre label TWC-Radius, and spare senior management. Most of the layoffs[…]

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