Canadian Issue

July 1988
Image Technology;Jul1988, Vol. 70 Issue 7, p231
Trade Publication
The article reflects on the activities in motion picture and television industries in Canada. It states that construction is about to start at the Broadcast Center for the Canadian Broadcasting Corp. and the independent post production houses are very busy in the country. It stresses that Cineplex Odeon Corp. has just completed redevelopment of its post-production complex.


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