William F. White International

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In Brief: The CMF teams up with Parrot Analytics

Plus, William F. White International Inc. unveils its inaugural Jay Switzer Comweb/William F. White Int’l Indigenous Creator Scholarship recipients.

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William F. White relocates to expanded Halifax location

The 15,000-square-foot facility includes a new camera area for Whites to build on its Halifax service offerings.

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Julie Bristow joins Comweb, Whites board of advisors

Current board members include CEO Paul Bronfman and JDM Media president John Morayniss.

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Whites expands Vancouver studio business

With the launch of Whites Studios Copperwood, the company now has four facilities in B.C.

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In Brief: Barb Williams, John Morayniss join Whites board

Plus: Lift-Off Film Fest lands in Toronto and Verizon to shutter its video app Go90.

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Whites expands with Vancouver studios

Ironwood and Fraserwood Studios will operate under the Whites banner, with Alex Godfrey joining the team as Whites’ VP, studios.

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In brief: Whites Sudbury expands

Plus: Andrea Grau takes on a senior management role at TIFF and Seven24′s Tom Cox is awarded for his contributions to the Canadian industry.

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Creative BC launches Reel Green five-year plan

Aiming to reduce the production industry’s environmental footprint, the plan is supported by 13 organizations, including William F. White and Vancouver Film Studios.

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In Brief: Whites names scholarship winner, CMF renews doc incentive

The inaugural William F. White/Vilmos Zsigmond Cinematography Scholarship winner was announced, the Canada-Italy doc incentive was renewed, plus more news of the week.

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The Calgary Film Centre officially opens its doors

The long-awaited production facility was financed via the City, Alberta government and William F. White International.

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Rene Ohashi takes top prize at CSC Awards

The Forsaken DOP wins Theatrical Feature Cinematography award, while Comweb Group head Paul Bronfman announces a new scholarship fund.

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Melissa D’Agostino wins Cayle Chernin media arts award

D’Agostino (pictured, left, with Cayle Chernin theatre award winner Audrey Dwyer) was one of three finalists up for this year’s prize.