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Transmedia – A Richer Canvas for Telling Stories

Let’s talk about Transmedia, for a moment. Long gone are the days of static content. Consumers are looking for more and transmedia storytelling offers an increasingly popular approach for creating property-based universes. Transmedia content itself is also evolving. It’s becoming … Continue reading

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Shared costs aids Canadian vfx shops (VARIETY)

Top houses choose RenderCloud to cut costs With their data storage costs on the rise as visual effects companies render more and more work, vfx and animation houses are finding a silver lining in a shared cloud. And while the … Continue reading

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China fish story hooks Canada firm (VARIETY)

Vancouver’s IndustryWorks co-produces animated pic Vancouver-based indie production company IndustryWorks’ president Evan Tylor never expected to be co-producing an animated feature, let alone one with China. But when he was presented with the opportunity to jump onboard “Back to the … Continue reading

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Vancouver’s strong f/x on biz (VARIETY)

Are you losing sleep wondering what is going on with the Vancouver film industry? How about its arch-nemesis, Toronto? Check out my latest story about the state of production in Variety, either in print or online at: http://www.variety.com/article/VR1118046567

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Bring your text to life with Xtranormal.com

My imagination and attention have been recently captured by a nifty little site, XtraNormal.com. Well, perhaps it isn’t so little given that the site boasts millions of visitors and users. In essence, what XtraNormal does is allow just about anyone … Continue reading

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