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Northern Ontario Film Studio CEO David Anselmo introduces the guest speakers, including Paul Bronfman, chair and CEO of William F. White International Inc., during the first training symposium at Northern Ontario Film Studios in Sudbury, Sept. 22.

Paul Bronfman, chair and CEO of William F. White International Inc., said he is pleasantly surprised by the success of the film industry in Sudbury and Northern Ontario. Bronfman was one of several ... more >>

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