Playback magazine

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Is the Canadian biz ready for Ultra HD? – Part 1

Ultra HD stands to be the next standard video format. Playback magazine looks at whether Canadian producers, broadcasters and post houses are ready to take it on. (Suits pictured)

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Star System 2.0: How digital is reshaping talent development

From Playback magazine: The gates around traditional media have crumbled, giving rise to a next-gen star system tailor-made for entrepreneurial talent.

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Sunday Night Lights: Cimoroni & Co up the Screenies game

From Playback magazine: Bringing years of major sporting event expertise to Canada’s biggest entertainment awards, a look at some of the changes Dan Cimoroni and Rick Chisholm brought to the CSA’s broadcast gala.

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Digital immersion: Playback Spring 2015

Playback‘s latest issue looks at next-gen trends in digital media, virtual reality, behind the scenes at the CSAs and the nominated work, as well as Hall of Fame and a tribute to Insight Productions @ 35.

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Best of the year: Playback’s Winter 2014 issue is out

Playback‘s latest print issue features the hottest people, companies and content of the year, as well as our latest Hall of Fame inductees.

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The Film Game: Playback’s Fall 2014 issue

From features on the business of film festivals to the evolution of home entertainment, Playback‘s Fall 2014 issue takes a look at the changing nature of the film business.

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Changing channels: Playback’s Summer 2014 issue

Playback‘s new issue pulls the pin with a new format and design and fresh content.

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Getting a grip on transmedia: Playback’s spring 2014 issue

Our spring issue is packed to the pixels with profiles and features on the digital media landscape in Canada today.

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Best of the year: Playback’s Winter 2014 issue

Featuring our annual Best of the Year list and more, Playback‘s Winter 2014 print issue is now available

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Double take: Denis Villeneuve on shooting Enemy, Prisoners simultaneously

The Quebec director (pictured) shot Prisoners in Georgia after filming Enemy in Toronto. Both films are screening at TIFF.