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Regional producers ready to fight back

New group to be the national voice of small producers outside the 514 and 416 area codes

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Defying Gravity falls off schedules

ABC and CTV drop Vancouver-made sci-fi. Remaining episodes to run on Space

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Original Pictures links with Lenz

Falcon Beach prodco to develop programming with Toronto music shop. CEO predicts ‘a lot of consolidation’ in industry’s future

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No tax relief for B.C. producers

There was no good news in the recent B.C. budget for the province’s film and TV industry.

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VFX booming in B.C., but post shops feel the recession

The Vancouver VFX business is booming, with U.S. studios bringing high-profile effects projects to the province.

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Defiant Shaw turns table on Novus

The Vancouver turf battle between Novus Entertainment and Shaw Communications is getting nastier.

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No tax relief for B.C. producers

Cash-strapped provincial government’s new budget does not include beefed-up tax credit for film and TV industry

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Midnight Madness: George A. Romero’s Survival of the Dead

Horror filmmaker George Romero’s latest tale from the gruesome and bloody world of the undead pits two feuding clans in the middle of a zombie epidemic.

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Defiant Shaw turns table on Novus

Alberta giant accuses B.C. digital services provider of ‘spreading misinformation’

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Canada First! Year of the Carnivore

Well-known CBC Radio host, actor, writer and musician Sook-Yin Lee has added feature film director to her multitude of talent hats. The Toronto-based media personality’s directorial debut, Year of the Carnivore, is the opening film in the Canada First! program.

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Contemporary World Cinema: Cole

Coming-of-age drama Cole is Carl Bessai’s seventh film to premiere at the Toronto festival.

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Contemporary World Cinema: A Gun to the Head

Last December, during the typical winter production slowdown, Vancouver producer Oliver Linsley and some filmmaking friends were bored. So they decided to make an ultra-low-budget indie just for fun.