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Film News for the May 2-4 Monday

D.K. Latta of HuffPo thinks that what the Canadian film/TV industry needs for exposure is “a more mainstream newspaper or website that include Canadian coverage next to the more obvious Hollywood stuff.” He also asks

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Two Latest for Final Cut Pro X

(Via PRWeb) We often (as in every day) mention in passing some new release from Pixel Film Studios, the hardworking company that turns out so many plugins for the popular video editing program Final Cut

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Daily Rushes for Last Thurs in Feb

The Canadian Screen Awards’ earliest trophies were handed out yesterday, eight of them to sci-fi TV series Orphan Black; read about it in the Brandon Sun Award-winning documentary Highway of Tears, the story of a

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Daily Rushes for Last Weds of Feb

Education is not a crime, says Maziar Bahari, Iranian-Canadian filmmaker (plus journalist and author). Bahari’s film, To Light a Candle, exposes the persecution of the Baha’i in Iran, and his article today in the Globe

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Daily Rushes for Last Tues of Feb

Robert Fulford looks at “what we talk about when we talk about Birdman” in the National Post David Berry (same place) figures that if you can still call them “films”, you can also call them

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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 . .

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