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Azcar tapped for TIFF megaproject

Briefs | 03/01/2007 5:00 am EST

Toronto’s Azcar Technologies Inc., a solutions provider and technology integrator servicing the broadcast and communications verticals, announced last month that it had secured a contract to lend its consulting expertise to an ambitious new real estate development backed by the Toronto International Film Festival Group (TIFFG). Azcar will provide technology consulting, design engineering and project management services for Festival Centre, a 42,000-square-foot site in Toronto’s Queen Street West district that will house not just the Toronto International Film Festival but also galleries, theatres, offices, a film reference library, and a 37-story condominium tower. Technical requirements of the project include 70mm, 35mm and 16mm projection systems, HD and 2K video production facilities, and audio-visual systems for public areas outside the theatres and production suites. "Azcar is delighted to be part of this exciting world-class project with the TIFFG," said Azcar chief operating officer Bill Crowther in a release. "This project certainly showcases our team’s technology and project expertise to satisfy our clients with innovative digital media solutions."

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