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  • Vancouver appoints first ever film commissioner
    Wednesday October 19th 2016

    The city of Vancouver has its very first film commissioner. David Shepheard, who has led film commission services for Film London, was announced for the new position on Monday at a news conference. “There are few cities around the world that have the kind of recognition and brand that Vancouver has,[…]

  • Michael Moore announces release of surprise Donald Trump film on Twitter
    Tuesday October 18th 2016

    Michael Moore, the left-wing filmmaker known for provocative documentaries that deliver a biting message, released an anti-Donald Trump movie on Tuesday as Hollywood ramps up efforts to support Democratic White House contender Hillary Clinton in the final weeks of the 2016 election campaign. Moore, the Oscar-winning maker of documentaries about[…]

  • People in Thunder Bay invited to watch premiere of Gord Downie’s ‘The Secret Path’
    Monday October 17th 2016

    Nishnawbe Aski Nation (NAN) Grand Chief Alvin Fiddler and CBC Thunder Bay Executive Producer Michael Dick are inviting people from Thunder Bay and the surrounding area to watch CBC’s premiere broadcast of Gord Downie’s The Secret Path at a free community event this weekend. “We are pleased to partner with[…]

  • Bela Bajaria Joins Netflix as VP Content
    Wednesday October 05th 2016

    Four months after she was ousted as president at Universal Television, Bela Bajaria is headed for Netflix. The well-liked executive has boarded the streaming giant as vp content, The Hollywood Reporter has learned. In her new role, Bejaria — who begins Nov. 1 and replaces vp global television Sean Carey[…]

  • Reading between TIFF’s dotted lines reveals film industry’s crises and plans
    Monday October 03rd 2016

    It is a buyer’s market, but everyone seems to be saving up for a rainy day. That’s the message coming from the business end of this year’s almost-over Toronto International Film Festival, where high-figure deals have been as rare as a functioning Scotiabank Theatre escalator, and just as sweated over.[…]

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Archives for: October 20165
  • Vancouver appoints first ever film commissioner
    Wednesday October 19th 2016

    The city of Vancouver has its very first film commissioner. David Shepheard, who has led film commission services for Film London, was announced for the new position on Monday at a news conference. “There are few cities around the world that have the kind of recognition and brand that Vancouver has,[…]

  • Michael Moore announces release of surprise Donald Trump film on Twitter
    Tuesday October 18th 2016

    Michael Moore, the left-wing filmmaker known for provocative documentaries that deliver a biting message, released an anti-Donald Trump movie on Tuesday as Hollywood ramps up efforts to support Democratic White House contender Hillary Clinton in the final weeks of the 2016 election campaign. Moore, the Oscar-winning maker of documentaries about[…]

  • People in Thunder Bay invited to watch premiere of Gord Downie’s ‘The Secret Path’
    Monday October 17th 2016

    Nishnawbe Aski Nation (NAN) Grand Chief Alvin Fiddler and CBC Thunder Bay Executive Producer Michael Dick are inviting people from Thunder Bay and the surrounding area to watch CBC’s premiere broadcast of Gord Downie’s The Secret Path at a free community event this weekend. “We are pleased to partner with[…]

  • Bela Bajaria Joins Netflix as VP Content
    Wednesday October 05th 2016

    Four months after she was ousted as president at Universal Television, Bela Bajaria is headed for Netflix. The well-liked executive has boarded the streaming giant as vp content, The Hollywood Reporter has learned. In her new role, Bejaria — who begins Nov. 1 and replaces vp global television Sean Carey[…]

  • Reading between TIFF’s dotted lines reveals film industry’s crises and plans
    Monday October 03rd 2016

    It is a buyer’s market, but everyone seems to be saving up for a rainy day. That’s the message coming from the business end of this year’s almost-over Toronto International Film Festival, where high-figure deals have been as rare as a functioning Scotiabank Theatre escalator, and just as sweated over.[…]

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Archives for: October 20165
  • Vancouver appoints first ever film commissioner
    Wednesday October 19th 2016

    The city of Vancouver has its very first film commissioner. David Shepheard, who has led film commission services for Film London, was announced for the new position on Monday at a news conference. “There are few cities around the world that have the kind of recognition and brand that Vancouver has,[…]

  • Michael Moore announces release of surprise Donald Trump film on Twitter
    Tuesday October 18th 2016

    Michael Moore, the left-wing filmmaker known for provocative documentaries that deliver a biting message, released an anti-Donald Trump movie on Tuesday as Hollywood ramps up efforts to support Democratic White House contender Hillary Clinton in the final weeks of the 2016 election campaign. Moore, the Oscar-winning maker of documentaries about[…]

  • People in Thunder Bay invited to watch premiere of Gord Downie’s ‘The Secret Path’
    Monday October 17th 2016

    Nishnawbe Aski Nation (NAN) Grand Chief Alvin Fiddler and CBC Thunder Bay Executive Producer Michael Dick are inviting people from Thunder Bay and the surrounding area to watch CBC’s premiere broadcast of Gord Downie’s The Secret Path at a free community event this weekend. “We are pleased to partner with[…]

  • Bela Bajaria Joins Netflix as VP Content
    Wednesday October 05th 2016

    Four months after she was ousted as president at Universal Television, Bela Bajaria is headed for Netflix. The well-liked executive has boarded the streaming giant as vp content, The Hollywood Reporter has learned. In her new role, Bejaria — who begins Nov. 1 and replaces vp global television Sean Carey[…]

  • Reading between TIFF’s dotted lines reveals film industry’s crises and plans
    Monday October 03rd 2016

    It is a buyer’s market, but everyone seems to be saving up for a rainy day. That’s the message coming from the business end of this year’s almost-over Toronto International Film Festival, where high-figure deals have been as rare as a functioning Scotiabank Theatre escalator, and just as sweated over.[…]

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