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  • Jeffrey Katzenberg is making a $600 million bet on mobile TV
    Monday June 26th 2017

    Jeffrey Katzenberg is making a $600 million bet on the future of television. The former chairman of Walt Disney Studios and co-founder of DreamWorks started a new company, WndrCo, and raised a big chunk of change at the start of the year. To what end? Katzenberg is on the hunt[…]

  • Toronto’s Lilly Singh gets role in HBO adaptation of ‘Fahrenheit 451′
    Monday June 19th 2017

    Canadian YouTube star Lilly Singh is getting her first major acting role in HBO’s adaptation of “Fahrenheit 451.” The Toronto native says the opportunity landed in her lap while she was touring Australia last month to promote her new book. She’ll play a video blogger in the updated version of[…]

  • How Toronto’s film and TV production has surged past $2 billion
    Monday June 05th 2017

    Alfredo Romano’s spacious second-floor office in Toronto’s Port Lands overlooks a science fiction fan’s lust-worthy fantasy: the set of the new Star Trek: Discovery television series. “This is pretty cool, right?” says Romano, taking a peek outside his window at a film production crew loading sets onto the mammoth 46,000-square-foot[…]

  • $12K raised to fund doc is missing, and no one seems to know where it’s gone
    Monday June 05th 2017

    A Toronto filmmaker is finding out that one small number can produce some very big problems after her effort to crowd-fund her latest documentary went wrong, resulting in the disappearance of thousands of dollars. Kelly Showker is completing a film based on the high-profile sexual assault of York University student[…]

  • Terry Gilliam film shoot investigated by Portuguese government
    Friday June 02nd 2017

    Officials in Portugal have ordered an investigation into claims that one of the country’s most cherished historic monuments was damaged during the shooting of a film by director and former Monty Python star Terry Gilliam. The General Directorate for Cultural Heritage said Monday it is looking into a report by[…]

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Archives for: June 20175
  • Jeffrey Katzenberg is making a $600 million bet on mobile TV
    Monday June 26th 2017

    Jeffrey Katzenberg is making a $600 million bet on the future of television. The former chairman of Walt Disney Studios and co-founder of DreamWorks started a new company, WndrCo, and raised a big chunk of change at the start of the year. To what end? Katzenberg is on the hunt[…]

  • Toronto’s Lilly Singh gets role in HBO adaptation of ‘Fahrenheit 451′
    Monday June 19th 2017

    Canadian YouTube star Lilly Singh is getting her first major acting role in HBO’s adaptation of “Fahrenheit 451.” The Toronto native says the opportunity landed in her lap while she was touring Australia last month to promote her new book. She’ll play a video blogger in the updated version of[…]

  • How Toronto’s film and TV production has surged past $2 billion
    Monday June 05th 2017

    Alfredo Romano’s spacious second-floor office in Toronto’s Port Lands overlooks a science fiction fan’s lust-worthy fantasy: the set of the new Star Trek: Discovery television series. “This is pretty cool, right?” says Romano, taking a peek outside his window at a film production crew loading sets onto the mammoth 46,000-square-foot[…]

  • $12K raised to fund doc is missing, and no one seems to know where it’s gone
    Monday June 05th 2017

    A Toronto filmmaker is finding out that one small number can produce some very big problems after her effort to crowd-fund her latest documentary went wrong, resulting in the disappearance of thousands of dollars. Kelly Showker is completing a film based on the high-profile sexual assault of York University student[…]

  • Terry Gilliam film shoot investigated by Portuguese government
    Friday June 02nd 2017

    Officials in Portugal have ordered an investigation into claims that one of the country’s most cherished historic monuments was damaged during the shooting of a film by director and former Monty Python star Terry Gilliam. The General Directorate for Cultural Heritage said Monday it is looking into a report by[…]

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Archives for: June 20175
  • Jeffrey Katzenberg is making a $600 million bet on mobile TV
    Monday June 26th 2017

    Jeffrey Katzenberg is making a $600 million bet on the future of television. The former chairman of Walt Disney Studios and co-founder of DreamWorks started a new company, WndrCo, and raised a big chunk of change at the start of the year. To what end? Katzenberg is on the hunt[…]

  • Toronto’s Lilly Singh gets role in HBO adaptation of ‘Fahrenheit 451′
    Monday June 19th 2017

    Canadian YouTube star Lilly Singh is getting her first major acting role in HBO’s adaptation of “Fahrenheit 451.” The Toronto native says the opportunity landed in her lap while she was touring Australia last month to promote her new book. She’ll play a video blogger in the updated version of[…]

  • How Toronto’s film and TV production has surged past $2 billion
    Monday June 05th 2017

    Alfredo Romano’s spacious second-floor office in Toronto’s Port Lands overlooks a science fiction fan’s lust-worthy fantasy: the set of the new Star Trek: Discovery television series. “This is pretty cool, right?” says Romano, taking a peek outside his window at a film production crew loading sets onto the mammoth 46,000-square-foot[…]

  • $12K raised to fund doc is missing, and no one seems to know where it’s gone
    Monday June 05th 2017

    A Toronto filmmaker is finding out that one small number can produce some very big problems after her effort to crowd-fund her latest documentary went wrong, resulting in the disappearance of thousands of dollars. Kelly Showker is completing a film based on the high-profile sexual assault of York University student[…]

  • Terry Gilliam film shoot investigated by Portuguese government
    Friday June 02nd 2017

    Officials in Portugal have ordered an investigation into claims that one of the country’s most cherished historic monuments was damaged during the shooting of a film by director and former Monty Python star Terry Gilliam. The General Directorate for Cultural Heritage said Monday it is looking into a report by[…]

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