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  • Does the future of live sports – and of television – lie in 4K?
    Tuesday January 26th 2016

    I don’t follow hockey and I don’t know a lot about high-definition technology, so naturally I attended a Rogers in-house discussion about 4K resolution TV and how it will affect hockey broadcasting. 4K is a technology that offers twice the pixel numbers of traditional HD (3,840 as opposed to 1,920),[…]

  • Look to Pennsylvania’s example to get the Nova Scotia film industry rolling again
    Monday January 25th 2016

    Nova Scotia film companies — Filmworks, Special Effects Atlantic, Arcadia Entertainment — have announced they are either folding, or are considering packing it in, or are packing up their gear and relocating to where the work and the welcome are. “The math is simple,” explained the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette in a[…]

  • TIFF artistic director hopeful about ‘OscarsSoWhite’ debate
    Monday January 25th 2016

    The artistic director of the Toronto International Film Festival says he’s frustrated by the lack of diversity amongst this year’s Oscar nominees but ultimately hopeful. “I think the debate that’s been started by the second year of 20 all-white nominees is actually a really good debate to have,” Cameron Bailey[…]

  • Low loonie a boost to Toronto film business
    Thursday January 21st 2016

    The Toronto film industry, already a booming business, could be in for a big boost as the low loonie makes the city an even more attractive shoot location, industry insiders say. Half of the eight films nominated for best picture for this year’s Oscars were at least partially shot on[…]

  • Room, Schitt’s Creek lead 2016 Canadian Screen Award nominations
    Wednesday January 20th 2016

    It’s a big year for Canadian productions, with Oscar-nominated Room and television series Schitt’s Creek and Orphan Black at the head of the pack for this year’s Canadian Screen Award nominations. Actors Lyriq Bent and Aislinn Paul announced the nominees Tuesday morning in Toronto. Room is an Irish-Canadian co-production adapted[…]

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  • Does the future of live sports – and of television – lie in 4K?
    Tuesday January 26th 2016

    I don’t follow hockey and I don’t know a lot about high-definition technology, so naturally I attended a Rogers in-house discussion about 4K resolution TV and how it will affect hockey broadcasting. 4K is a technology that offers twice the pixel numbers of traditional HD (3,840 as opposed to 1,920),[…]

  • Look to Pennsylvania’s example to get the Nova Scotia film industry rolling again
    Monday January 25th 2016

    Nova Scotia film companies — Filmworks, Special Effects Atlantic, Arcadia Entertainment — have announced they are either folding, or are considering packing it in, or are packing up their gear and relocating to where the work and the welcome are. “The math is simple,” explained the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette in a[…]

  • TIFF artistic director hopeful about ‘OscarsSoWhite’ debate
    Monday January 25th 2016

    The artistic director of the Toronto International Film Festival says he’s frustrated by the lack of diversity amongst this year’s Oscar nominees but ultimately hopeful. “I think the debate that’s been started by the second year of 20 all-white nominees is actually a really good debate to have,” Cameron Bailey[…]

  • Low loonie a boost to Toronto film business
    Thursday January 21st 2016

    The Toronto film industry, already a booming business, could be in for a big boost as the low loonie makes the city an even more attractive shoot location, industry insiders say. Half of the eight films nominated for best picture for this year’s Oscars were at least partially shot on[…]

  • Room, Schitt’s Creek lead 2016 Canadian Screen Award nominations
    Wednesday January 20th 2016

    It’s a big year for Canadian productions, with Oscar-nominated Room and television series Schitt’s Creek and Orphan Black at the head of the pack for this year’s Canadian Screen Award nominations. Actors Lyriq Bent and Aislinn Paul announced the nominees Tuesday morning in Toronto. Room is an Irish-Canadian co-production adapted[…]

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Archives for: January 20165
  • Does the future of live sports – and of television – lie in 4K?
    Tuesday January 26th 2016

    I don’t follow hockey and I don’t know a lot about high-definition technology, so naturally I attended a Rogers in-house discussion about 4K resolution TV and how it will affect hockey broadcasting. 4K is a technology that offers twice the pixel numbers of traditional HD (3,840 as opposed to 1,920),[…]

  • Look to Pennsylvania’s example to get the Nova Scotia film industry rolling again
    Monday January 25th 2016

    Nova Scotia film companies — Filmworks, Special Effects Atlantic, Arcadia Entertainment — have announced they are either folding, or are considering packing it in, or are packing up their gear and relocating to where the work and the welcome are. “The math is simple,” explained the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette in a[…]

  • TIFF artistic director hopeful about ‘OscarsSoWhite’ debate
    Monday January 25th 2016

    The artistic director of the Toronto International Film Festival says he’s frustrated by the lack of diversity amongst this year’s Oscar nominees but ultimately hopeful. “I think the debate that’s been started by the second year of 20 all-white nominees is actually a really good debate to have,” Cameron Bailey[…]

  • Low loonie a boost to Toronto film business
    Thursday January 21st 2016

    The Toronto film industry, already a booming business, could be in for a big boost as the low loonie makes the city an even more attractive shoot location, industry insiders say. Half of the eight films nominated for best picture for this year’s Oscars were at least partially shot on[…]

  • Room, Schitt’s Creek lead 2016 Canadian Screen Award nominations
    Wednesday January 20th 2016

    It’s a big year for Canadian productions, with Oscar-nominated Room and television series Schitt’s Creek and Orphan Black at the head of the pack for this year’s Canadian Screen Award nominations. Actors Lyriq Bent and Aislinn Paul announced the nominees Tuesday morning in Toronto. Room is an Irish-Canadian co-production adapted[…]

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