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.
As Kathleen Wynne on Thursday turned a corner at the Whites headquarters in Toronto and came upon a Scorpio 30′ telescopic crane, she flashed a knowing grin.
Mike Harwood, Whites National Director of Technical Support & Development, talks to The Hollywood Reporter about staying active on a cold set.
This year’s February Freeze will spotlight the new lighting fixtures, dimming, control, camera support, audio, video, rigging, fabric, gels and lamps and other equipment widely used in the film, TV and digital production sectors.
Playback Online - Production Equipment Supplier Whites signs letter of intent to purchase Location Equipment Supply, becoming Canada`s first single-source solution for production equipment and location support services.