“Honestly, it’s really hard. I’ve been looking at this particular timing for over a year. You know when something feels right. So it’s now,” Wilson tells Playback.
Our spring issue is packed to the pixels with profiles and features on the digital media landscape in Canada today.
The fortunes of City’s Package Deal against the economics of airing a U.S. sitcom like Mom came up as broadcasters debated the terms of trade agreement at Banff Industry Day.
“There’s no doubt that we feel there’s way too big a gap,” Williams told Playback Daily about the too-slow push to gender equality in Canadian media, during the Banff Industry Day.
A FilmL.A. report reveals California’s share of live action film production is shrinking as projects head to Louisiana, Vancouver, Toronto and London.
From our print issue: Playback looks back at the Academy of Canadian Cinema and Television as it celebrates 65 years of achievements on screen. (Helga Stephenson pictured)
The money will go to expanding its crowdfunding and film festival programs. (Picutured: The Internet’s Own Boy: The Story of Aaron Swartz)
A raft of trophies for its scripted series, including The Borgias and Borealis, makes it a winning night for Bell Media, which took home 27 Screenies.
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