Articles Tagged ‘Playback magazine’

Changing channels: Playback’s Summer 2014 issue


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

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.

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

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.

Global stories, digital spaces: Playback’s Fall 2013 issue


Our latest print issue features interviews with TIFF-bound directors, film diaries, a tribute to Serendipity Point Films and of course, our annual Hall of Fame and 10 to Watch coverage.

Content king of all screens: Playback’s Summer 2013 issue


The summer issue includes the results of Playback‘s annual survey of indie production, the latest intel on crowdfunding in Canada and a profile of Muse, the Montreal prodco that turns 15 this year.

Navigating transmedia: Playback’s Spring 2013 issue


In addition to providing tips and insights into producing transmedia projects, we look at trends in scripted TV fare, what can be done to get more Canadians to see Canadian films and spotlight the CFC, which is turning 25.

Strategy and Playback launch BCON Expo


The new conference kicks off March 28 to help brands and media navigate the changing world of branded content.

Best of the year: Playback’s Winter 2012 issue


Check out our digital edition, where we feature the best of 2012, zoom in on 3D, and pay tribute to Comedy.

Hall of Fame Revealed: Playback’s Fall 2012 issue


In addition to coverage of Playback’s Canadian Film & TV Hall of Fame and 10 to Watch, the issue features pre-event TIFF coverage and looks into the success of prodco Shaftesbury and genre specialty channel Space.

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