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By Alexandre Domingue, owner, Post-Moderne, Montreal

We at Post-Moderne were approached by our fellow Montrealers at Autodesk in September 2009 to see if we'd be interested in beta testing Smoke for Mac OS X...

Sundance Production: Skateland 

By Trevor Boyer

Robert Hoffman, editor of the Sundance 2010 entry Skateland, traveled from Los Angeles to Austin to join the project after production was complete. In the absence of an editor, assistant editor Yusef Svacina and the producers had completed four separate cuts of their own...

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To Dean Devlin, it’s all straightforward: Episodic TV production not only should move toward all-digital production and acquisition, it must and it shall...

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Shooting Enemies 

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Technicolor’s Recession Strategy 

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Long before the recession, Thomson was well on its way to restructuring its famed Hollywood subsidiary, Technicolor...

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