Quantum Entanglement Entertainment Inc.

Quantum Entanglement Entertainment Inc.

February 11, 2015 12:47 ET

Quantum Entanglement Entertainment, Inc. Donating 'Lost Girl' Sets to Wilfrid Laurier University, Brantford Campus

BRANTFORD, ONTARIO--(Marketwired - Feb. 11, 2015) - Quantum Entanglement Entertainment Inc. (Que-ee) - a newly formed company creating Television, Video Games and Film all under one umbrella -announced today the donation of 'Lost Girl' TV series sets to Wilfrid Laurier University, Brantford Campus. The donation of the key set pieces are to contribute to the creative cluster forming around the rapidly growing Brantford Campus. The sets take over 10,000 square feet of fully released sets from the cult classic and hit TV series 'Lost Girl'.

"Wilfrid Laurier, Brantford Campus is the ideal location for these set pieces. Not only will they help preserve the key sets of the one of the most successful cult TV series - 'Lost Girl' - but they will also help students gain hands on experience working on authentic sets within the rapidly-growing creative and games centre within Brantford region," said Paul Rapovski, COO of Que-ee. "We hope by exposing students to the creative culture of the entertainment industry, students will pursue further education and develop the collborative skills that drive innovation and help grow our industry. I would also like to personally thank my 'Lost Girl' partner Jay Firestone for his co-operation in this donation to the University."

"Que-ee is very impressed with Laurier Brantford's progress and its ongoing revitalization of Brantford. This donation is a small step in adding to the growing creative sector in Brantford and the growth of the Quantum Corridor," said Jonathan Soon-Shiong, CEO of Que-ee. "Que-ee is committed to help grow the creative sector within Ontario and part of this commitment is working with progressive academic institutions, such as Laurier Brantford."

"We are very pleased to accept this significant donation from Que-ee and look forward to the moment (in the not-too-distant future) when we can offer students a really innovative way of learning and working with creative industries," said Kathryn Carter, Associate Dean, Academic Co-ordination, Wilfrid Laurier University. "This incredible donation will fit hand in hand with our long term plans of building the creative sector in Brantford."

"Having these sets and Que-ee in Brantford is a huge boost to the creative possibilities available for our students and faculty, particularly those in our new Game Design and Development degree," said Bruce Arai, Dean of the Faculty of Human and Social Sciences. "The sets will be a tremendous asset to faculty and students at the campus. Exploring things like narrative, performance, structure and motivation in person using the sets from such an important cult TV show will add greatly to students' abilities to build better games during their degree."

About Wilfrid Laurier University, Brantford Campus

The Brantford Campus of WLU opened its doors in 1999 with 39 full time students, one building, one academic program, and two full-time faculty. Today the campus is home to over 3000 students, and over 140 full time faculty and staff in almost two dozen buildings in the heart of the City. The campus is uniquely situated in a City and community that values partnerships, growth. and the revitalization of the downtown core. The faculty, staff, and students are dedicated to making the University and the City a better place in which to work and live, cherishing a vibrant community where the values of creativity, social justice, sustainability, and reciprocity are prominent. Our Aboriginal community, specifically the Six Nations of the Grand River and the Mississauga of the New Credit, are important partners in the achievement of educational outcomes and in support of intellectual, social and cultural development of our First Nations students. The campus is also home to an entrepreneurial LaunchPad in partnership with Six Nations, and the Game Design and Development degree is in the final stages of awaiting government approval.

About Quantum Entanglement Entertainment Inc.

Founded in 2014 by media executives Jonathan M. Soon-Shiong, Paul Rapovski and Denis Dyack, Quantum Entanglement Entertainment ("Que-ee") is a unique entertainment company that creates Television, Games and Film all under one umbrella. Que-ee was established on the belief that all three media are converging and that their independent status is a thing of the past. Each of Que-ee's co-founders are experts in their fields and specialize in Television, Game and Film Production. www.que-ee.com

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