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  • Toronto plans IMDb page for film industry boost
    Wednesday January 11th 2017

    Good Will Hunting. Orphan Black. Spotlight. The diverse list of film and televisions productions share two big commonalities — they’ve all won awards and they’re all filmed in Toronto. And the city hopes to boost the profile of Hollywood North still further with the help of the popular website, the[…]

  • CRTC needs a time out on its Super Bowl advertising decision
    Tuesday January 10th 2017

    Super Bowl LI is heading our way on Feb. 5. The NFL’s championship game is the biggest televised event in the world, watched by 160 million people around the globe and at least eight million here in Canada. But our national television regulator insists that Canadian commercials on the big[…]

  • Vancouver area film schools enjoy local industry boom
    Monday January 09th 2017

    The film industry around Vancouver continues to boom, and as productions roll, local film schools are enjoying plenty of demand — both from prospective students and from the industry looking to hire workers. “Our film production program has never been more popular than it is today. We’ve been sold out[…]

  • Top women in Canadian film and television ascend Whistler to talk gender-parity
    Friday January 06th 2017

    If you want to crack a glass ceiling, a mountain seems like a good place to plot strategy. Last weekend, more than 100 women who work in film and television production ascended Whistler Mountain for an event the Whistler Film Festival cheekily called Women on Top. It was a power[…]

  • Toronto International Film Festival founder Bill Marshall dead at 77
    Thursday January 05th 2017

    Toronto International Film Festival founder William (Bill) Marshall has died at age 77 after suffering cardiac arrest, according to a family statement released through TIFF’s press office Sunday. Marshall, described as “a pioneer in the Canadian film industry,” died in hospital in Toronto on New Year’s Day, the statement said.[…]

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Archives for: January 20175
  • Toronto plans IMDb page for film industry boost
    Wednesday January 11th 2017

    Good Will Hunting. Orphan Black. Spotlight. The diverse list of film and televisions productions share two big commonalities — they’ve all won awards and they’re all filmed in Toronto. And the city hopes to boost the profile of Hollywood North still further with the help of the popular website, the[…]

  • CRTC needs a time out on its Super Bowl advertising decision
    Tuesday January 10th 2017

    Super Bowl LI is heading our way on Feb. 5. The NFL’s championship game is the biggest televised event in the world, watched by 160 million people around the globe and at least eight million here in Canada. But our national television regulator insists that Canadian commercials on the big[…]

  • Vancouver area film schools enjoy local industry boom
    Monday January 09th 2017

    The film industry around Vancouver continues to boom, and as productions roll, local film schools are enjoying plenty of demand — both from prospective students and from the industry looking to hire workers. “Our film production program has never been more popular than it is today. We’ve been sold out[…]

  • Top women in Canadian film and television ascend Whistler to talk gender-parity
    Friday January 06th 2017

    If you want to crack a glass ceiling, a mountain seems like a good place to plot strategy. Last weekend, more than 100 women who work in film and television production ascended Whistler Mountain for an event the Whistler Film Festival cheekily called Women on Top. It was a power[…]

  • Toronto International Film Festival founder Bill Marshall dead at 77
    Thursday January 05th 2017

    Toronto International Film Festival founder William (Bill) Marshall has died at age 77 after suffering cardiac arrest, according to a family statement released through TIFF’s press office Sunday. Marshall, described as “a pioneer in the Canadian film industry,” died in hospital in Toronto on New Year’s Day, the statement said.[…]

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Archives for: January 20175
  • Toronto plans IMDb page for film industry boost
    Wednesday January 11th 2017

    Good Will Hunting. Orphan Black. Spotlight. The diverse list of film and televisions productions share two big commonalities — they’ve all won awards and they’re all filmed in Toronto. And the city hopes to boost the profile of Hollywood North still further with the help of the popular website, the[…]

  • CRTC needs a time out on its Super Bowl advertising decision
    Tuesday January 10th 2017

    Super Bowl LI is heading our way on Feb. 5. The NFL’s championship game is the biggest televised event in the world, watched by 160 million people around the globe and at least eight million here in Canada. But our national television regulator insists that Canadian commercials on the big[…]

  • Vancouver area film schools enjoy local industry boom
    Monday January 09th 2017

    The film industry around Vancouver continues to boom, and as productions roll, local film schools are enjoying plenty of demand — both from prospective students and from the industry looking to hire workers. “Our film production program has never been more popular than it is today. We’ve been sold out[…]

  • Top women in Canadian film and television ascend Whistler to talk gender-parity
    Friday January 06th 2017

    If you want to crack a glass ceiling, a mountain seems like a good place to plot strategy. Last weekend, more than 100 women who work in film and television production ascended Whistler Mountain for an event the Whistler Film Festival cheekily called Women on Top. It was a power[…]

  • Toronto International Film Festival founder Bill Marshall dead at 77
    Thursday January 05th 2017

    Toronto International Film Festival founder William (Bill) Marshall has died at age 77 after suffering cardiac arrest, according to a family statement released through TIFF’s press office Sunday. Marshall, described as “a pioneer in the Canadian film industry,” died in hospital in Toronto on New Year’s Day, the statement said.[…]

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