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  • Netflix’ Ted Sarandos Teases Interest in Launching Sports League
    Thursday December 10th 2015

    Netflix chief content officer Ted Sarandos reiterated Monday at the UBS Global Media and Communications Conference in New York that Netflix won’t be getting into live sports or live news, but did draw murmurs with the suggestion of starting a new sports league. Sarandos said he’s not interested in acquiring[…]

  • Female directors still under-represented in film industry
    Wednesday December 09th 2015

    With the recent Whistler Film Festival, a film educator is raising concerns about gender disparity in the film industry. Carol Whiteman is the producer of Women In the Director’s Chair, a mentorship program that teaches female directors how to better develop their feature film and television series projects. “Because that’s[…]

  • Vfx shops cooking up shared recipes
    Wednesday December 09th 2015

    Since the digital revolution in vfx and animation, much of what has set the top shops apart has been their “special sauce” — proprietary, inhouse software tools that let them create images their competitors couldn’t match. Today, however, there’s a clear trend toward taking some of that special sauce and[…]

  • Cinesite VFX to Open Montreal Branch
    Tuesday December 08th 2015

    London-based company Cinesite VFX will join fellow VFX firms looking to benefit from tax incentives as it sets its sights on Canada. Québec premier Pauline Marois announced Monday that Cinesite is establishing a Montreal subsidiary that will oversee the company’s North American operations. The new Montreal studio will employ at[…]

  • Rossif Sutherland’s ‘River’ Wins Big at Whistler Film Festival
    Monday December 07th 2015

    The Rossif Sutherland-starrer River, the first North American film shot in Laos, won the top jury prize on Sunday at this year’s Whistler Film Festival in British Columbia. Director Jamie M. Dagg’s first-timer about an American voluntary doctor in Laos won the Borsos Competition for best Canadian feature film. River[…]

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Archives for: December 20155
  • Netflix’ Ted Sarandos Teases Interest in Launching Sports League
    Thursday December 10th 2015

    Netflix chief content officer Ted Sarandos reiterated Monday at the UBS Global Media and Communications Conference in New York that Netflix won’t be getting into live sports or live news, but did draw murmurs with the suggestion of starting a new sports league. Sarandos said he’s not interested in acquiring[…]

  • Female directors still under-represented in film industry
    Wednesday December 09th 2015

    With the recent Whistler Film Festival, a film educator is raising concerns about gender disparity in the film industry. Carol Whiteman is the producer of Women In the Director’s Chair, a mentorship program that teaches female directors how to better develop their feature film and television series projects. “Because that’s[…]

  • Vfx shops cooking up shared recipes
    Wednesday December 09th 2015

    Since the digital revolution in vfx and animation, much of what has set the top shops apart has been their “special sauce” — proprietary, inhouse software tools that let them create images their competitors couldn’t match. Today, however, there’s a clear trend toward taking some of that special sauce and[…]

  • Cinesite VFX to Open Montreal Branch
    Tuesday December 08th 2015

    London-based company Cinesite VFX will join fellow VFX firms looking to benefit from tax incentives as it sets its sights on Canada. Québec premier Pauline Marois announced Monday that Cinesite is establishing a Montreal subsidiary that will oversee the company’s North American operations. The new Montreal studio will employ at[…]

  • Rossif Sutherland’s ‘River’ Wins Big at Whistler Film Festival
    Monday December 07th 2015

    The Rossif Sutherland-starrer River, the first North American film shot in Laos, won the top jury prize on Sunday at this year’s Whistler Film Festival in British Columbia. Director Jamie M. Dagg’s first-timer about an American voluntary doctor in Laos won the Borsos Competition for best Canadian feature film. River[…]

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Archives for: December 20155
  • Netflix’ Ted Sarandos Teases Interest in Launching Sports League
    Thursday December 10th 2015

    Netflix chief content officer Ted Sarandos reiterated Monday at the UBS Global Media and Communications Conference in New York that Netflix won’t be getting into live sports or live news, but did draw murmurs with the suggestion of starting a new sports league. Sarandos said he’s not interested in acquiring[…]

  • Female directors still under-represented in film industry
    Wednesday December 09th 2015

    With the recent Whistler Film Festival, a film educator is raising concerns about gender disparity in the film industry. Carol Whiteman is the producer of Women In the Director’s Chair, a mentorship program that teaches female directors how to better develop their feature film and television series projects. “Because that’s[…]

  • Vfx shops cooking up shared recipes
    Wednesday December 09th 2015

    Since the digital revolution in vfx and animation, much of what has set the top shops apart has been their “special sauce” — proprietary, inhouse software tools that let them create images their competitors couldn’t match. Today, however, there’s a clear trend toward taking some of that special sauce and[…]

  • Cinesite VFX to Open Montreal Branch
    Tuesday December 08th 2015

    London-based company Cinesite VFX will join fellow VFX firms looking to benefit from tax incentives as it sets its sights on Canada. Québec premier Pauline Marois announced Monday that Cinesite is establishing a Montreal subsidiary that will oversee the company’s North American operations. The new Montreal studio will employ at[…]

  • Rossif Sutherland’s ‘River’ Wins Big at Whistler Film Festival
    Monday December 07th 2015

    The Rossif Sutherland-starrer River, the first North American film shot in Laos, won the top jury prize on Sunday at this year’s Whistler Film Festival in British Columbia. Director Jamie M. Dagg’s first-timer about an American voluntary doctor in Laos won the Borsos Competition for best Canadian feature film. River[…]

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