Films that choose northeastern Ontario as their location won't have so far to go to rent equipment, now that a supplier is opening a branch in Sudbury.
William F. White settles lawsuits against former executives Bill White and Larry Sacchetti
Ontario finance minister Charles Sousa and culture minister Michael Chan attended a fundraiser at William F. White International in Toronto, where they glad-handed with a host of industry leaders.
Ed Brando, Whites Vancouver Manager of Client Services, received the Honorary Friend Award at this year’s WIFTV Spotlight Awards Gala.
It is one of the great epics in modern filmmaking and has generated over $2 billion worldwide since its release, and behing the scenes on the Titanic set, making sure everything was working properly for James Cameron et al., was Mike Harwood, currently the national director of technical support and development for William F. White International.
From the Toronto Star: In a time that demands fighting against the erosion of jobs, Paul Bronfman, 56, knows the role of his companies in Ontario’s billion dollar film and TV industry is worth talking about.
Toronto International Film Festival and William F White are joining forces to give young filmmakers a better chance to get their work in front of the industry.