The National Screen Institute – Canada (NSI) is proud to announce William F. White International Inc. (a Comweb Group member) has extended their commitment as the exclusive lighting and grip production equipment and technical services sponsor of NSI Drama Prize through 2016.
Vancouver Observer - William F. White International, Canada’s largest film and television equipment provider, is expected to purchase Vancouver-based company, Telescopic Camera Cranes Ltd., which houses one of the largest fleet of Technocranes globally.
Paul Bronfman has undoubtedly shaped the film and television industry across Canada. A chain of strong partners and loyal employees has propelled his companies, Comweb and William F. White, into overwhelming success.
Paul Bronfman, Chairman/CEO of Comweb Corp. and leading equipment provider, William F. White International Inc., announced a multimillion dollar investment in new production equipment and technologies as the company celebrates its 50th anniversary this year.
Gearing up for the new year, Whites is prepared with new tools, workshops and training for students and professionals alike.
Paul Bronfman’s recent interview with 680 News Showbiz Editor Gloria Martin about the expansion of Pinewood and the reason for the growing amount of film and television production in Toronto.
In another sign that the city’s film and television production industry is on the rise, Pinewood Toronto Studios is set to break ground on three new sound stages.
Paul Bronfman may be a heavy hitter in the Canadian film industry today. But back in 1976 he was just a 19-year-old roadie for Canadian rock royalty April Wine making his first trip to Halifax.