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  • Brexit is ‘likely to be devastating’ for UK film and TV industry
    Tuesday June 28th 2016

    The chairman of the Independent Film and Television Alliance (IFTA), the trade association representing the companies behind independent film and TV the world over, has described the United Kingdom’s exit from the European Union as an event that is “likely to be devastating” for the creative sector. “The decision to[…]

  • Ex-Netflix Exec Mitch Lowe Takes Over as MoviePass CEO
    Tuesday June 28th 2016

    Mitch Lowe, an early exec at Netflix and Redbox, has taken the reins of MoviePass as CEO in a bid to help expand the fledgling company’s Netflix-style movie-theater subscription service. Lowe, who’s also joining the company board, has been an adviser to the company for the past two years and[…]

  • Air Canada enRoute Film Festival celebrates 10th Anniversary with Coast-to-Coast Events
    Monday June 27th 2016

    Air Canada enRoute Film Festival revealed that it will showcase emerging Canadian short film talent on Air Canada flights around the world from August 1 to December 31, 2016. The 20 selected shorts will be announced at a free outdoor public screening at Robson Square (800 Robson Street) in downtown[…]

  • Steven Spielberg on why he’ll never direct a Star Wars movie
    Friday June 24th 2016

    Now that George Lucas has officially hung up his blockbuster hat, many wondered whether his dear friend – and longtime collaborator – Steven Spielberg would ever take up the reins of the Star Wars franchise.  The two iconic directors boast a lengthy creative partnership; Indiana Jones was initially Lucas’ creation,[…]

  • U.S. Markets Plunge, Media Stocks Fall on Global Jitters Sparked by Brexit Vote
    Thursday June 23rd 2016

    U.S. equities markets opened sharply lower on Friday on the heels of the U.K.’s vote to withdraw from the European Union. The Dow Jones average was down more than 500 points at the 9:30 a.m. ET start of trading on Friday. U.S. investors were no doubt reacting to the plunge[…]

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Archives for: June 20165
  • Brexit is ‘likely to be devastating’ for UK film and TV industry
    Tuesday June 28th 2016

    The chairman of the Independent Film and Television Alliance (IFTA), the trade association representing the companies behind independent film and TV the world over, has described the United Kingdom’s exit from the European Union as an event that is “likely to be devastating” for the creative sector. “The decision to[…]

  • Ex-Netflix Exec Mitch Lowe Takes Over as MoviePass CEO
    Tuesday June 28th 2016

    Mitch Lowe, an early exec at Netflix and Redbox, has taken the reins of MoviePass as CEO in a bid to help expand the fledgling company’s Netflix-style movie-theater subscription service. Lowe, who’s also joining the company board, has been an adviser to the company for the past two years and[…]

  • Air Canada enRoute Film Festival celebrates 10th Anniversary with Coast-to-Coast Events
    Monday June 27th 2016

    Air Canada enRoute Film Festival revealed that it will showcase emerging Canadian short film talent on Air Canada flights around the world from August 1 to December 31, 2016. The 20 selected shorts will be announced at a free outdoor public screening at Robson Square (800 Robson Street) in downtown[…]

  • Steven Spielberg on why he’ll never direct a Star Wars movie
    Friday June 24th 2016

    Now that George Lucas has officially hung up his blockbuster hat, many wondered whether his dear friend – and longtime collaborator – Steven Spielberg would ever take up the reins of the Star Wars franchise.  The two iconic directors boast a lengthy creative partnership; Indiana Jones was initially Lucas’ creation,[…]

  • U.S. Markets Plunge, Media Stocks Fall on Global Jitters Sparked by Brexit Vote
    Thursday June 23rd 2016

    U.S. equities markets opened sharply lower on Friday on the heels of the U.K.’s vote to withdraw from the European Union. The Dow Jones average was down more than 500 points at the 9:30 a.m. ET start of trading on Friday. U.S. investors were no doubt reacting to the plunge[…]

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Archives for: June 20165
  • Brexit is ‘likely to be devastating’ for UK film and TV industry
    Tuesday June 28th 2016

    The chairman of the Independent Film and Television Alliance (IFTA), the trade association representing the companies behind independent film and TV the world over, has described the United Kingdom’s exit from the European Union as an event that is “likely to be devastating” for the creative sector. “The decision to[…]

  • Ex-Netflix Exec Mitch Lowe Takes Over as MoviePass CEO
    Tuesday June 28th 2016

    Mitch Lowe, an early exec at Netflix and Redbox, has taken the reins of MoviePass as CEO in a bid to help expand the fledgling company’s Netflix-style movie-theater subscription service. Lowe, who’s also joining the company board, has been an adviser to the company for the past two years and[…]

  • Air Canada enRoute Film Festival celebrates 10th Anniversary with Coast-to-Coast Events
    Monday June 27th 2016

    Air Canada enRoute Film Festival revealed that it will showcase emerging Canadian short film talent on Air Canada flights around the world from August 1 to December 31, 2016. The 20 selected shorts will be announced at a free outdoor public screening at Robson Square (800 Robson Street) in downtown[…]

  • Steven Spielberg on why he’ll never direct a Star Wars movie
    Friday June 24th 2016

    Now that George Lucas has officially hung up his blockbuster hat, many wondered whether his dear friend – and longtime collaborator – Steven Spielberg would ever take up the reins of the Star Wars franchise.  The two iconic directors boast a lengthy creative partnership; Indiana Jones was initially Lucas’ creation,[…]

  • U.S. Markets Plunge, Media Stocks Fall on Global Jitters Sparked by Brexit Vote
    Thursday June 23rd 2016

    U.S. equities markets opened sharply lower on Friday on the heels of the U.K.’s vote to withdraw from the European Union. The Dow Jones average was down more than 500 points at the 9:30 a.m. ET start of trading on Friday. U.S. investors were no doubt reacting to the plunge[…]

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