Carsten Knox

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New studios planned for Nova Scotia

Proposal by Dartmouth company to build two new sites could alleviate region’s studio crunch

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Sea Wolf sails into Halifax

Big-budget adaptation of adventure classic will shoot at Electropolis and on a tall ship out at sea. Meanwhile, buyers close in on Shelburne studios

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The Boys take new series to Showcase

The Trailer Park Boys are working on a new project, but they’re not leaving the Sunnyvale Trailer Park behind anytime soon.

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The Boys take new series to Showcase

Trailer Park Boys John Paul Tremblay, Robb Wells and Mike Smith are working on a new series for the cable channel, but without Mike Clattenburg

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Halifax hosts Circle

An MOW starring Kelly Preston has begun shooting in Halifax and Windsor, NS. An adaptation of the Jodi Picoult novel The Tenth Circle, the picture of the same name went to camera on Jan. 12 for a 19-day shoot.

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New owner for Nova Scotia studio

Australian producer Steve Gilmour is on the verge of taking over the dormant Shelburne Film Studio on the province’s South Shore, with hopes of luring more production to the region

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Halifax hosts Circle

Lifetime MOW with Kelly Preston settles in for 19-day stay, through Michael Mahoney and Magic Rock

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Memory shoots in Nova Scotia

A new MOW with an international cast and director has begun shooting in and around Halifax. The Memory Keeper’s Daughter, an adaptation of the Kim Edwards bestseller, went to camera on Nov. 18 for a 20-day shoot, budgeted at $5.2 million.

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Big shoot shuts down in N.B.

A Canada/U.K. coproduction, reported to be the biggest-budget feature in the history of the New Brunswick film industry, has gone down. Bonny Boys, produced by Tim Hogan of Moncton-based Dream Street Pictures (Canada Russia ’72) and U.K. producers Robert Sidaway and Ashley Sidaway (Joy Division, Nouvelle-France), shut down at the end of October, reportedly due to scheduling conflicts. Rachel Blanchard (Where the Truth Lies), originally slated for the lead role, is no longer associated with the project.

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Memory shoot settles in Nova Scotia

Lifetime MOW brings Dermot Mulroney, Gretchen Mol and $5-million budget to Halifax area

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Big shoot shuts down in New Brunswick

Departure of leading lady Rachel Blanchard darkens $8-million Bonny Boys, the biggest picture ever to land in the province. Producers at Dream Street look to restart next year in Scotland

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Halifax Film leaving Electropolis

Rumors swirl that studio will be turned back into a power station, but Nova Scotia Power says it may remain open to other film and TV makers