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  • Canada 2015 in Review: Cord Cutting, Hollywood Shoots Make Headlines
    Thursday December 31st 2015

    HBO and Showtime struck new deals as local players battled Netflix, and Vice Media returned to its roots in Canada. This year saw Canadian film and TV thrown into full upheaval by new streaming players beyond Netflix and increased cord cutting as over-the-top (OTT) video services and mobile TV proliferated.[…]

  • Warner Home Video Joins 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray Disc Fray
    Wednesday December 30th 2015

    Warner Home Video become the third major studio to announce 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray Disc releases Wednesday, announcing that it will initially release four titles on the new format: “Mad Max: Fury Road,” “San Andreas,” “The Lego Movie” and “Pan.” The studio gave no specific release date, but said these[…]

  • Films not named Star Wars scramble to fill movie seats
    Tuesday December 29th 2015

    With Star Wars: The Force Awakens now barnstorming the global box office, you’d think the juggernaut might slow down. It won’t. The film will take in the bulk of its money stateside in the weeks to come, though exactly where the numbers will end up is the stuff of armchair[…]

  • BC film industry gets a big boost from a low loonie
    Thursday December 24th 2015

    For those who want to see the expression “time is money” in action, consider Shirt. Shirt—code name for the new Power Rangers movie—was one of 269 productions shooting in the province as of October 2015. From the time Shirt’s producers started thinking about filming in B.C. to the point when[…]

  • The Force has roots in Canadian film
    Wednesday December 23rd 2015

    It is a question that has bedeviled Jedi scholars for generations: When and where did the Force awaken? Sure, the latest Star Wars movie carries the title The Force Awakens, but clearly it was up and about long before then. The answer, at least for this galaxy, turns out to[…]

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  • Canada 2015 in Review: Cord Cutting, Hollywood Shoots Make Headlines
    Thursday December 31st 2015

    HBO and Showtime struck new deals as local players battled Netflix, and Vice Media returned to its roots in Canada. This year saw Canadian film and TV thrown into full upheaval by new streaming players beyond Netflix and increased cord cutting as over-the-top (OTT) video services and mobile TV proliferated.[…]

  • Warner Home Video Joins 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray Disc Fray
    Wednesday December 30th 2015

    Warner Home Video become the third major studio to announce 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray Disc releases Wednesday, announcing that it will initially release four titles on the new format: “Mad Max: Fury Road,” “San Andreas,” “The Lego Movie” and “Pan.” The studio gave no specific release date, but said these[…]

  • Films not named Star Wars scramble to fill movie seats
    Tuesday December 29th 2015

    With Star Wars: The Force Awakens now barnstorming the global box office, you’d think the juggernaut might slow down. It won’t. The film will take in the bulk of its money stateside in the weeks to come, though exactly where the numbers will end up is the stuff of armchair[…]

  • BC film industry gets a big boost from a low loonie
    Thursday December 24th 2015

    For those who want to see the expression “time is money” in action, consider Shirt. Shirt—code name for the new Power Rangers movie—was one of 269 productions shooting in the province as of October 2015. From the time Shirt’s producers started thinking about filming in B.C. to the point when[…]

  • The Force has roots in Canadian film
    Wednesday December 23rd 2015

    It is a question that has bedeviled Jedi scholars for generations: When and where did the Force awaken? Sure, the latest Star Wars movie carries the title The Force Awakens, but clearly it was up and about long before then. The answer, at least for this galaxy, turns out to[…]

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Archives for: December 20155
  • Canada 2015 in Review: Cord Cutting, Hollywood Shoots Make Headlines
    Thursday December 31st 2015

    HBO and Showtime struck new deals as local players battled Netflix, and Vice Media returned to its roots in Canada. This year saw Canadian film and TV thrown into full upheaval by new streaming players beyond Netflix and increased cord cutting as over-the-top (OTT) video services and mobile TV proliferated.[…]

  • Warner Home Video Joins 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray Disc Fray
    Wednesday December 30th 2015

    Warner Home Video become the third major studio to announce 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray Disc releases Wednesday, announcing that it will initially release four titles on the new format: “Mad Max: Fury Road,” “San Andreas,” “The Lego Movie” and “Pan.” The studio gave no specific release date, but said these[…]

  • Films not named Star Wars scramble to fill movie seats
    Tuesday December 29th 2015

    With Star Wars: The Force Awakens now barnstorming the global box office, you’d think the juggernaut might slow down. It won’t. The film will take in the bulk of its money stateside in the weeks to come, though exactly where the numbers will end up is the stuff of armchair[…]

  • BC film industry gets a big boost from a low loonie
    Thursday December 24th 2015

    For those who want to see the expression “time is money” in action, consider Shirt. Shirt—code name for the new Power Rangers movie—was one of 269 productions shooting in the province as of October 2015. From the time Shirt’s producers started thinking about filming in B.C. to the point when[…]

  • The Force has roots in Canadian film
    Wednesday December 23rd 2015

    It is a question that has bedeviled Jedi scholars for generations: When and where did the Force awaken? Sure, the latest Star Wars movie carries the title The Force Awakens, but clearly it was up and about long before then. The answer, at least for this galaxy, turns out to[…]

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