Canada Film and TV News in Brief

(Via PRWeb) FCPX Overlays Aperture Light 5K from Pixel Film Studios is the Final Cut X plugin of the day. Its goal is to let filmmakers add beautiful, professional looking light effects easily . . . High-res cameras often create a need for more storage than you can typically get. storageFOUNDRY addresses that with the release of the Nautilus 4K (N4K), a high-performance version of their popular software-defined storage (SDS) series.

Shaw is teaming up with Just Eat to give Simpsons fans a chance to choose their favourite episodes for a weekend marathon in March. You can see the details here.

How did we miss the Victoria Film Festival?  Anyway, the Times-Colonist says it was sold out; Two-4-One producer Daniel Hogg said to the audience, “Thanks for not going to see Fifty Shades of Grey.”

According to NME, one bit of production art from X-Men: Apocalypse is up on Instagram courtesy of director Bryan Singer — as you may have heard, it’s going to be filmed in Toronto in spring.

Property Brothers Jonathan and Drew Scott, after redoing lots of other people’s houses on TV, have finally taken on one of their own — getting a place in Vegas ready for their family reunion. “All we have to do is, well, everything.” The Toronto Star has the story here, or you can just watch Property Brothers at Home tonight on W Network.

And finally — say what you like about the late Sun News, but what the Globe and Mail’s John Doyle says — among other things — is “It was boring TV.”

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