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  • Why 2016 is going to be a breakthrough year for 4K television
    Tuesday January 19th 2016

    A few days before the first Toronto Blue Jays playoff game in 22 years, Rogers CEO Guy Laurence stood in the middle of the club’s home field and made an announcement only tangentially related to the team’s pennant aspirations. Starting in 2016, his company would broadcast over 500 hours of[…]

  • February Freeze: The Industry’s Coolest Technology Showcase Returns to Toronto for 15th Anniversary
    Thursday January 14th 2016

    William F. White International Inc. has announced the return of its yearly technology showcase, THE FEBRUARY FREEZE! Now celebrating its 15th anniversary, this widely-anticipated pre-NAB exhibit, known for bringing together the brightest minds in the business with the very latest innovations and technologies, will return to Toronto’s largest world-class production support[…]

  • Of the North film screening goes ahead despite petition from Inuit against it
    Wednesday January 13th 2016

    A group of Quebec Inuit are trying to stop a controversial documentary from screening at future film festivals after a showing in New York City on Sunday. of the North by Montreal filmmaker Dominic Gagnon has come under fire for its depiction of Inuit communities. Made of video clips from[…]

  • Why Quebecois cinema finds itself trapped within its provincial borders
    Wednesday January 13th 2016

    The Canada’s Top Ten Film Festival was created by TIFF to raise “public awareness of Canadian achievements in film” – work that otherwise, and often, goes unnoticed. In that sense, this year’s lineup is depressingly on-target: of the 10 movies selected for the event, only two have been released theatrically[…]

  • Low Canadian dollar helping film industry, manufacturing in B.C.
    Tuesday January 12th 2016

    The Canadian dollar’s fall to its lowest level in 12 years is bad news for cross-border shoppers and anyone travelling to the U.S., but B.C’s film industry and some manufacturers are seeing a boost with bargain-seeking Americans. “It’s been extremely busy for the past year and a half, and it’s[…]

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Archives for: January 20165
  • Why 2016 is going to be a breakthrough year for 4K television
    Tuesday January 19th 2016

    A few days before the first Toronto Blue Jays playoff game in 22 years, Rogers CEO Guy Laurence stood in the middle of the club’s home field and made an announcement only tangentially related to the team’s pennant aspirations. Starting in 2016, his company would broadcast over 500 hours of[…]

  • February Freeze: The Industry’s Coolest Technology Showcase Returns to Toronto for 15th Anniversary
    Thursday January 14th 2016

    William F. White International Inc. has announced the return of its yearly technology showcase, THE FEBRUARY FREEZE! Now celebrating its 15th anniversary, this widely-anticipated pre-NAB exhibit, known for bringing together the brightest minds in the business with the very latest innovations and technologies, will return to Toronto’s largest world-class production support[…]

  • Of the North film screening goes ahead despite petition from Inuit against it
    Wednesday January 13th 2016

    A group of Quebec Inuit are trying to stop a controversial documentary from screening at future film festivals after a showing in New York City on Sunday. of the North by Montreal filmmaker Dominic Gagnon has come under fire for its depiction of Inuit communities. Made of video clips from[…]

  • Why Quebecois cinema finds itself trapped within its provincial borders
    Wednesday January 13th 2016

    The Canada’s Top Ten Film Festival was created by TIFF to raise “public awareness of Canadian achievements in film” – work that otherwise, and often, goes unnoticed. In that sense, this year’s lineup is depressingly on-target: of the 10 movies selected for the event, only two have been released theatrically[…]

  • Low Canadian dollar helping film industry, manufacturing in B.C.
    Tuesday January 12th 2016

    The Canadian dollar’s fall to its lowest level in 12 years is bad news for cross-border shoppers and anyone travelling to the U.S., but B.C’s film industry and some manufacturers are seeing a boost with bargain-seeking Americans. “It’s been extremely busy for the past year and a half, and it’s[…]

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Archives for: January 20165
  • Why 2016 is going to be a breakthrough year for 4K television
    Tuesday January 19th 2016

    A few days before the first Toronto Blue Jays playoff game in 22 years, Rogers CEO Guy Laurence stood in the middle of the club’s home field and made an announcement only tangentially related to the team’s pennant aspirations. Starting in 2016, his company would broadcast over 500 hours of[…]

  • February Freeze: The Industry’s Coolest Technology Showcase Returns to Toronto for 15th Anniversary
    Thursday January 14th 2016

    William F. White International Inc. has announced the return of its yearly technology showcase, THE FEBRUARY FREEZE! Now celebrating its 15th anniversary, this widely-anticipated pre-NAB exhibit, known for bringing together the brightest minds in the business with the very latest innovations and technologies, will return to Toronto’s largest world-class production support[…]

  • Of the North film screening goes ahead despite petition from Inuit against it
    Wednesday January 13th 2016

    A group of Quebec Inuit are trying to stop a controversial documentary from screening at future film festivals after a showing in New York City on Sunday. of the North by Montreal filmmaker Dominic Gagnon has come under fire for its depiction of Inuit communities. Made of video clips from[…]

  • Why Quebecois cinema finds itself trapped within its provincial borders
    Wednesday January 13th 2016

    The Canada’s Top Ten Film Festival was created by TIFF to raise “public awareness of Canadian achievements in film” – work that otherwise, and often, goes unnoticed. In that sense, this year’s lineup is depressingly on-target: of the 10 movies selected for the event, only two have been released theatrically[…]

  • Low Canadian dollar helping film industry, manufacturing in B.C.
    Tuesday January 12th 2016

    The Canadian dollar’s fall to its lowest level in 12 years is bad news for cross-border shoppers and anyone travelling to the U.S., but B.C’s film industry and some manufacturers are seeing a boost with bargain-seeking Americans. “It’s been extremely busy for the past year and a half, and it’s[…]

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