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Civil Rights-Era Cold Case Cracked

January 12, 2011 / Press Mentions

Stanley Nelson, Editor of the Concordia Sentinel in Ferriday, Louisiana has today released a revealing exposé of the 1964 murder of Frank Morris, a black shopkeeper who was burned alive in his shoe repair shop by members of the Ku Klux Klan.

Bob Blumer attempts the pizza making world record in Glutton for Punishment

One for the record books

January 3, 2011 / Press Mentions / Glutton for Punishment / TV Guide

It’s hard to imagine Food Network Canada without the frizzy-haired Bob Blumer; the former Surreal Gourmet has been on-air since the network’s inception.

Eat St.

Indy Project Awarded $300,000 for TV, Web and Mobile Development

December 6, 2010 / Press Mentions / Eat St. / Mediacaster

Independent TV producer Paperny Films and interactive agency Invoke Media are developing an Internet website and portable media application that lets users find the best street food vendors in any city, in support of the upcoming Eat St. television series.

Ron Sexsmith in front of Massey Hall

Discovering Sexsmith

October 12, 2010 / Press Mentions / Love Shines / MacLeans

Love Shines, which received its world premiere at VIFF, is an intimate portrait of the Canadian music scene’s most under-appreciated artist, singer-songwriter Ron Sexsmith.

Love Shines - Ron Sexsmith on stage

Shining a light on Ron Sexsmith

October 7, 2010 / Press Mentions / Love Shines / Postmedia News

It's not like it hasn't been done a hundred times before: the rock documentary that chronicles the flip side of the dude on the record. But Douglas Arrowsmith's Love Shines, which has its world premiere Friday at the VIFF, is about Ron Sexsmith -- perhaps the most enigmatic Canadian singer-songwriter that ever was.

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