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  • William F. White Int’l Takes Flight Alongside North America’s Leading Innovator in Aerial Drone Cinematography, Aerial MOB
    Tuesday January 31st 2017

    Paul Bronfman, Chairman/CEO of Comweb Corp. and leading equipment provider, William F. White International Inc. (Whites) announced that the company has entered into a first-in-Canada exclusive partnership/representation agreement with California-based drone company, Aerial MOB.  Established in 2013, Aerial MOB is the first drone company of its kind to obtain approval[…]

  • ‘Stranger Things’ an upset winner of SAG Awards’ TV prize
    Monday January 30th 2017

    Youth was served as the kid-dominated “Stranger Things” proved the surprise Screen Actors Guild Awards top TV winner Sunday, with “Shameless” star William H. Macy scoring his own upset victory over Jeffrey Tambor of “Transparent.” “Stranger Things,” Netflix’s supernatural thriller that earned breakout buzz in its freshman season, deprived three-time[…]

  • How to decode the Canadian filmmaking formula
    Sunday January 29th 2017

    In his recent essay in these pages, TIFF artistic director Cameron Bailey challenged Canadian filmmakers to depart from making the personal coming-of-age films that typify our narrative cinema, and instead make films based on true Canadian stories, particularly those that tackle social and political subjects. To illustrate his point, Bailey[…]

  • Oscar-nominated Canadian animators represent snapshot of changing industry
    Wednesday January 25th 2017

    Canada is a leader in animation, pumping out scores of professionally trained artists every year from places such as Sheridan College in Oakville, Ont., and Vancouver’s Visual College of Art and Design. But as they enter the industry, they face a tumultuous landscape of rapidly changing technology and economic upheaval.[…]

  • Oscar Nominations: Lionsgate Leads the Pack With Record 26
    Monday January 23rd 2017

    A little song, a little dance and lots of guns, explosions and mayhem proved a winning combination for Lionsgate as the nominations for the 89th Academy Awards were announced Tuesday. The company collected 26 noms, spread across four films, the biggest haul in its history. Damien Chazelle’s musical La La[…]

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Archives for: January 20175
  • William F. White Int’l Takes Flight Alongside North America’s Leading Innovator in Aerial Drone Cinematography, Aerial MOB
    Tuesday January 31st 2017

    Paul Bronfman, Chairman/CEO of Comweb Corp. and leading equipment provider, William F. White International Inc. (Whites) announced that the company has entered into a first-in-Canada exclusive partnership/representation agreement with California-based drone company, Aerial MOB.  Established in 2013, Aerial MOB is the first drone company of its kind to obtain approval[…]

  • ‘Stranger Things’ an upset winner of SAG Awards’ TV prize
    Monday January 30th 2017

    Youth was served as the kid-dominated “Stranger Things” proved the surprise Screen Actors Guild Awards top TV winner Sunday, with “Shameless” star William H. Macy scoring his own upset victory over Jeffrey Tambor of “Transparent.” “Stranger Things,” Netflix’s supernatural thriller that earned breakout buzz in its freshman season, deprived three-time[…]

  • How to decode the Canadian filmmaking formula
    Sunday January 29th 2017

    In his recent essay in these pages, TIFF artistic director Cameron Bailey challenged Canadian filmmakers to depart from making the personal coming-of-age films that typify our narrative cinema, and instead make films based on true Canadian stories, particularly those that tackle social and political subjects. To illustrate his point, Bailey[…]

  • Oscar-nominated Canadian animators represent snapshot of changing industry
    Wednesday January 25th 2017

    Canada is a leader in animation, pumping out scores of professionally trained artists every year from places such as Sheridan College in Oakville, Ont., and Vancouver’s Visual College of Art and Design. But as they enter the industry, they face a tumultuous landscape of rapidly changing technology and economic upheaval.[…]

  • Oscar Nominations: Lionsgate Leads the Pack With Record 26
    Monday January 23rd 2017

    A little song, a little dance and lots of guns, explosions and mayhem proved a winning combination for Lionsgate as the nominations for the 89th Academy Awards were announced Tuesday. The company collected 26 noms, spread across four films, the biggest haul in its history. Damien Chazelle’s musical La La[…]

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Archives for: January 20175
  • William F. White Int’l Takes Flight Alongside North America’s Leading Innovator in Aerial Drone Cinematography, Aerial MOB
    Tuesday January 31st 2017

    Paul Bronfman, Chairman/CEO of Comweb Corp. and leading equipment provider, William F. White International Inc. (Whites) announced that the company has entered into a first-in-Canada exclusive partnership/representation agreement with California-based drone company, Aerial MOB.  Established in 2013, Aerial MOB is the first drone company of its kind to obtain approval[…]

  • ‘Stranger Things’ an upset winner of SAG Awards’ TV prize
    Monday January 30th 2017

    Youth was served as the kid-dominated “Stranger Things” proved the surprise Screen Actors Guild Awards top TV winner Sunday, with “Shameless” star William H. Macy scoring his own upset victory over Jeffrey Tambor of “Transparent.” “Stranger Things,” Netflix’s supernatural thriller that earned breakout buzz in its freshman season, deprived three-time[…]

  • How to decode the Canadian filmmaking formula
    Sunday January 29th 2017

    In his recent essay in these pages, TIFF artistic director Cameron Bailey challenged Canadian filmmakers to depart from making the personal coming-of-age films that typify our narrative cinema, and instead make films based on true Canadian stories, particularly those that tackle social and political subjects. To illustrate his point, Bailey[…]

  • Oscar-nominated Canadian animators represent snapshot of changing industry
    Wednesday January 25th 2017

    Canada is a leader in animation, pumping out scores of professionally trained artists every year from places such as Sheridan College in Oakville, Ont., and Vancouver’s Visual College of Art and Design. But as they enter the industry, they face a tumultuous landscape of rapidly changing technology and economic upheaval.[…]

  • Oscar Nominations: Lionsgate Leads the Pack With Record 26
    Monday January 23rd 2017

    A little song, a little dance and lots of guns, explosions and mayhem proved a winning combination for Lionsgate as the nominations for the 89th Academy Awards were announced Tuesday. The company collected 26 noms, spread across four films, the biggest haul in its history. Damien Chazelle’s musical La La[…]

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