Archive for November, 2010

Helmrich takes two at Amsterdam fest

November 27, 2010  |  Variety  |  No Comments

Film News: Dutch helmer is first double winner of VPRO IDFA award

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‘Potter’ retains top spot at Friday B.O.

November 27, 2010  |  Variety  |  No Comments

Film News: 'Hallows' takes in $23 mil to beat out 'Tangled' -- Once again, "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part One" took the top spot at Friday's box office.

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Fox TV chairmen to address Banff fest

November 27, 2010  |  Variety  |  No Comments

TV News: Walden, Newman will offer keynote presentations -- Walden, Newman will offer keynote presentations

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“King’s Speech” Director: “I will probably never know if the Queen will see this film”

November 26, 2010  |  Uncategorized  |  No Comments

Since its screenings at Telluride and Toronto this year, Tom Hooper's "The King's Speech" has been gaining Oscar buzz both for the director and its star, Colin Firth. Last year, the actor received a best actor nomination for his role in "A Single Man," which also screened at Toronto, and momentum is building for a repeat when the noms are unveiled in January. Hooper may very well be heading to ..

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AdSafe: Porn, Holiday Ads Will Mix

November 24, 2010  |  Media Week  |  No Comments

According to a new report issued by AdSafe Media, various retailers’ ads appeared on Web sites rated by the firm as being 6 percent more risky than industry averages.

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Story Again

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November 21, 2010  |  newsdesk  |  No Comments

In the digital age, our unpaid intellectual contributions to cyberspace put us all in the business of lead generation. We are ultimately casting our insights and ideas as fishermen cast their baited lines into a dark and deep sea. We are fishing for opportunities, unsure of exactly what we might catch, but cautiously optimistic nonetheless. The new system that’s arising looks something like this: free work filters out on the web, garners favorable exposure, which in turn leads to some form of (delayed) financial reward. This is both frustrating and exciting. It means that there is no defined path to success,

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News Story

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November 21, 2010  |  newsdesk  |  No Comments

In the digital age, our unpaid intellectual contributions to cyberspace put us all in the business of lead generation. We are ultimately casting our insights and ideas as fishermen cast their baited lines into a dark and deep sea. We are fishing for opportunities, unsure of exactly what we might catch, but cautiously optimistic nonetheless. The new system that’s arising looks something like this: free work filters out on the web, garners favorable exposure, which in turn leads to some form of (delayed) financial reward. This is both frustrating and exciting. It means that there is no defined path to success,

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November 21, 2010  |  newsdesk  |  No Comments

The desire to make the world and the objects that surround us stronger, faster, more convenient and more beautiful serves as constant inspiration for today’s creative problem solvers. But sometimes, as with single-use packaging or the more complicated case of CFL lightbulbs, the innovative solutions we arrive at create other problems, or even predicaments, that become evident only in hindsight. While the side effects of our creations can’t always be anticipated, we can strive to minimize any negative impact by embedding the right practices into our creative process. Namely, by filtering our potential projects through a series of qualifiers to distinguish

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Masamichi Udagawa

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Jason Whiting

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Masamichi Udagawa

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