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  • North America’s First VR Cinema Opens in Toronto
    Tuesday July 19th 2016

    Toronto-based startup Vivid VR is piloting the first virtual reality cinema in North America, opening July 16. The pop-up cinema will offer movie-goers three 5-10-minute-long short films told through an Oculus Rift VR head-set and headphones. Co-founders Gary Tam, Ran Mo and Crystal Chen are looking test audience engagement for[…]

  • Toronto Film Fest Sets Industry Conference Panels on Brexit, Gender Bias
    Tuesday July 19th 2016

    Toronto on Tuesday offered a first look at its industry conference, as it unveiled panels on Brexit and Hollywood’s gender problem and a conversation with Hoop Dreams director Steve James set for its September event. Festival organizers said film’s gender gap will get an airing as Toronto screens the docuseries[…]

  • Kiefer Sutherland stars in one of two ABC shows being filmed in Toronto
    Monday July 18th 2016

    Heads-up, stargazers: You might be seeing Kiefer Sutherland walking around the streets of Toronto shortly. ABC Studios has announced that two new primetime TV shows will be filmed in Toronto starting this month, which is good news for T.O.’s film and TV scene, since it’ll result in hundreds of local[…]

  • Matt Damon, Kristen Wiig and 30 other stars filming in Toronto this summer
    Thursday July 14th 2016

    Moviemakers have long disguised Toronto as New York, Chicago and countless other American cities: Steve Guttenberg jet-skied past the CN Tower in Police Academy 3 in 1986, the Incredible Hulk fought in front of Zanzibar in 2008, and the Batmobile will cruise down Yonge Street in Suicide Squad, which hits[…]

  • Cineplex to open multi-screen theatre in Toronto in time for new ‘Star Trek’ film
    Wednesday July 13th 2016

    TORONTO – Another flashy new concept will arrive at some Canadian movie theatres this month as Cineplex installs multi-screen cinemas in three cities. The country’s largest chain of movie theatres says it will make Barco Escape the latest addition to its platform of ticket options. The concept is a partnership[…]

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Archives for: July 20165
  • North America’s First VR Cinema Opens in Toronto
    Tuesday July 19th 2016

    Toronto-based startup Vivid VR is piloting the first virtual reality cinema in North America, opening July 16. The pop-up cinema will offer movie-goers three 5-10-minute-long short films told through an Oculus Rift VR head-set and headphones. Co-founders Gary Tam, Ran Mo and Crystal Chen are looking test audience engagement for[…]

  • Toronto Film Fest Sets Industry Conference Panels on Brexit, Gender Bias
    Tuesday July 19th 2016

    Toronto on Tuesday offered a first look at its industry conference, as it unveiled panels on Brexit and Hollywood’s gender problem and a conversation with Hoop Dreams director Steve James set for its September event. Festival organizers said film’s gender gap will get an airing as Toronto screens the docuseries[…]

  • Kiefer Sutherland stars in one of two ABC shows being filmed in Toronto
    Monday July 18th 2016

    Heads-up, stargazers: You might be seeing Kiefer Sutherland walking around the streets of Toronto shortly. ABC Studios has announced that two new primetime TV shows will be filmed in Toronto starting this month, which is good news for T.O.’s film and TV scene, since it’ll result in hundreds of local[…]

  • Matt Damon, Kristen Wiig and 30 other stars filming in Toronto this summer
    Thursday July 14th 2016

    Moviemakers have long disguised Toronto as New York, Chicago and countless other American cities: Steve Guttenberg jet-skied past the CN Tower in Police Academy 3 in 1986, the Incredible Hulk fought in front of Zanzibar in 2008, and the Batmobile will cruise down Yonge Street in Suicide Squad, which hits[…]

  • Cineplex to open multi-screen theatre in Toronto in time for new ‘Star Trek’ film
    Wednesday July 13th 2016

    TORONTO – Another flashy new concept will arrive at some Canadian movie theatres this month as Cineplex installs multi-screen cinemas in three cities. The country’s largest chain of movie theatres says it will make Barco Escape the latest addition to its platform of ticket options. The concept is a partnership[…]

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Archives for: July 20165
  • North America’s First VR Cinema Opens in Toronto
    Tuesday July 19th 2016

    Toronto-based startup Vivid VR is piloting the first virtual reality cinema in North America, opening July 16. The pop-up cinema will offer movie-goers three 5-10-minute-long short films told through an Oculus Rift VR head-set and headphones. Co-founders Gary Tam, Ran Mo and Crystal Chen are looking test audience engagement for[…]

  • Toronto Film Fest Sets Industry Conference Panels on Brexit, Gender Bias
    Tuesday July 19th 2016

    Toronto on Tuesday offered a first look at its industry conference, as it unveiled panels on Brexit and Hollywood’s gender problem and a conversation with Hoop Dreams director Steve James set for its September event. Festival organizers said film’s gender gap will get an airing as Toronto screens the docuseries[…]

  • Kiefer Sutherland stars in one of two ABC shows being filmed in Toronto
    Monday July 18th 2016

    Heads-up, stargazers: You might be seeing Kiefer Sutherland walking around the streets of Toronto shortly. ABC Studios has announced that two new primetime TV shows will be filmed in Toronto starting this month, which is good news for T.O.’s film and TV scene, since it’ll result in hundreds of local[…]

  • Matt Damon, Kristen Wiig and 30 other stars filming in Toronto this summer
    Thursday July 14th 2016

    Moviemakers have long disguised Toronto as New York, Chicago and countless other American cities: Steve Guttenberg jet-skied past the CN Tower in Police Academy 3 in 1986, the Incredible Hulk fought in front of Zanzibar in 2008, and the Batmobile will cruise down Yonge Street in Suicide Squad, which hits[…]

  • Cineplex to open multi-screen theatre in Toronto in time for new ‘Star Trek’ film
    Wednesday July 13th 2016

    TORONTO – Another flashy new concept will arrive at some Canadian movie theatres this month as Cineplex installs multi-screen cinemas in three cities. The country’s largest chain of movie theatres says it will make Barco Escape the latest addition to its platform of ticket options. The concept is a partnership[…]

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