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  • Sask. film industry seven years after the provincial tax credit cut
    Wednesday February 27th 2019

    It was almost seven-years ago when the Saskatchewan Film Tax Credit was axed, an industry that once saw multi-million dollar movies made now is barely hanging on. “We’re not gone, we’re just smaller,” ACTRA Saskatchewan Union Branch Representative Mike Burns said. “We certainly are productive and we are still creative,[…]

  • Chill, Netflix: Toronto’s independent theatres are enjoying a moviegoing renaissance
    Wednesday February 20th 2019

    Questions about how we consume and engage with movies have ramped up lately with the release of Alfonso Cuarón’s Roma, which saw the acclaimed film unveiled on Netflix and simultaneously given a limited theatrical run. While purists shudder at the idea of someone watching a film on their phones, streaming[…]

  • Why Canada’s reputation as a kids’ TV production powerhouse is under threat
    Wednesday February 13th 2019

    Boat Rocker Media had a hit on its hands. The Next Step, a tween-targeted show about an elite dance troupe, drew the highest ratings the Family Channel had ever seen for a premiere at the time, with 574,500 people tuning in. Over five seasons, the Canadian-made series found an audience[…]

  • Toronto ranked one of world’s most popular filming destinations
    Wednesday February 06th 2019

    Toronto is widely known around the world as a scenic destination, but now it seems the city has secured serious popularity with film companies around the world as a place to shoot scenes of their own. Those findings come courtesy of a study by insurance company GoCompare, which broke down[…]

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Archives for: February 20195
  • Sask. film industry seven years after the provincial tax credit cut
    Wednesday February 27th 2019

    It was almost seven-years ago when the Saskatchewan Film Tax Credit was axed, an industry that once saw multi-million dollar movies made now is barely hanging on. “We’re not gone, we’re just smaller,” ACTRA Saskatchewan Union Branch Representative Mike Burns said. “We certainly are productive and we are still creative,[…]

  • Chill, Netflix: Toronto’s independent theatres are enjoying a moviegoing renaissance
    Wednesday February 20th 2019

    Questions about how we consume and engage with movies have ramped up lately with the release of Alfonso Cuarón’s Roma, which saw the acclaimed film unveiled on Netflix and simultaneously given a limited theatrical run. While purists shudder at the idea of someone watching a film on their phones, streaming[…]

  • Why Canada’s reputation as a kids’ TV production powerhouse is under threat
    Wednesday February 13th 2019

    Boat Rocker Media had a hit on its hands. The Next Step, a tween-targeted show about an elite dance troupe, drew the highest ratings the Family Channel had ever seen for a premiere at the time, with 574,500 people tuning in. Over five seasons, the Canadian-made series found an audience[…]

  • Toronto ranked one of world’s most popular filming destinations
    Wednesday February 06th 2019

    Toronto is widely known around the world as a scenic destination, but now it seems the city has secured serious popularity with film companies around the world as a place to shoot scenes of their own. Those findings come courtesy of a study by insurance company GoCompare, which broke down[…]

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Archives for: February 20195
  • Sask. film industry seven years after the provincial tax credit cut
    Wednesday February 27th 2019

    It was almost seven-years ago when the Saskatchewan Film Tax Credit was axed, an industry that once saw multi-million dollar movies made now is barely hanging on. “We’re not gone, we’re just smaller,” ACTRA Saskatchewan Union Branch Representative Mike Burns said. “We certainly are productive and we are still creative,[…]

  • Chill, Netflix: Toronto’s independent theatres are enjoying a moviegoing renaissance
    Wednesday February 20th 2019

    Questions about how we consume and engage with movies have ramped up lately with the release of Alfonso Cuarón’s Roma, which saw the acclaimed film unveiled on Netflix and simultaneously given a limited theatrical run. While purists shudder at the idea of someone watching a film on their phones, streaming[…]

  • Why Canada’s reputation as a kids’ TV production powerhouse is under threat
    Wednesday February 13th 2019

    Boat Rocker Media had a hit on its hands. The Next Step, a tween-targeted show about an elite dance troupe, drew the highest ratings the Family Channel had ever seen for a premiere at the time, with 574,500 people tuning in. Over five seasons, the Canadian-made series found an audience[…]

  • Toronto ranked one of world’s most popular filming destinations
    Wednesday February 06th 2019

    Toronto is widely known around the world as a scenic destination, but now it seems the city has secured serious popularity with film companies around the world as a place to shoot scenes of their own. Those findings come courtesy of a study by insurance company GoCompare, which broke down[…]

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