Articles Tagged ‘Canadian Film Centre’



New State of Syn app comes to Google Glass

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Tech company Mind Pirate and the CFC’s ideaBOOST lab have released four new apps for Google Glass, including State of Syn: Singularity.



Marc Jordan on learning the film scoring craft in Hollywood

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The veteran singer/songwriter has been named the new chair of the Canadian Film Centre’s Slaight Family Music Lab.



Five shorts named to CFC film accelerator

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Production on the five projects named to the 2014 Short Dramatic Film Program starts today in Toronto and the GTA.



CFC, Mind Pirate announce wearable tech program finalists

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Three Toronto digital developers and one from New Mexico will work to develop “the next mega blockbuster” in the field of wearable technology.



IdeaBOOST unveils latest industry disruptors

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The Canadian Film Centre’s business bootcamp rolled out its latest cohort of digital entertainment start-ups in Toronto.



CFC announces three teams for comedy exchange

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The producer-writer teams will be mentored by high-profile comedy execs and talent, with the goal of increasing the strength of their feature comedies for the international marketplace.



CFC, Mind Pirate launch production lab for wearable tech games, apps

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Up to six U.S. and Canadian developers or companies are eligible for the program, which will give creators the opportunity to create games and apps for wearable devices.



The Engineers wins Pitch This!

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Producer Daniel Bekerman (pictured, middle) says his team is aiming to start shooting the story of an experimental crime novelist in 2014.



Corey Vidal launches Buffer Festival for YouTube content

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The inaugural festival, taking place in Toronto in November, will showcase YouTube content across genres, and showcase work, including new content, from full-time YouTubers (Vidal pictured).



Playback 2013 Canadian Film and TV Hall of Fame inductee: Slawko Klymkiw

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The Canadian Film Centre CEO has, over the last eight years, grown the organization from a “mom and pop” shop into a flourishing business focused on developing Canadian industry talent.