Carole Vivier

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‘We Will Stand Up’ wins audience award at Gimli film fest

Carole Vivier and Wendy Crewson were among the special honourees at the Manitoba film festival this year.

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The exit interview: Carole Vivier

How the outgoing Manitoba Film and Music head’s vision brought the province to the world, and built a quarter-billion dollar annual industry in the process.

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MFM names Margolis acting CEO and film commissioner

Entertainment lawyer Rachel Margolis will step into the role this June.

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Manitoba makes its tax credit permanent, removes sunset clause

Film commissioner Carole Vivier said the renewal gives long-term stability to the local sector as production volume in the province continues to surge.

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eOne to receive first-ever industry leadership award at 2019 CSAs

Travelers creator Brad Wright will receive the Maraget Collier award, while four more recipients will be honoured with the Board of Directors’ Tribute.

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Manitoba hits $210M in production volume

Film commissioner Carole Vivier attributes the increase to a combination of the province’s tax credit, its growing reputation and the relationships being built with U.S.-based studios.

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Carole Vivier to retire from Manitoba Film & Music

The CEO and film commissioner has been with the org since 1985 and is set to step down next summer.

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Norm Bolen elected chair of NSI board

The former CMPA topper and longtime industry exec wants to foster more collaboration between the NSI and industry partners, he tells Playback Daily.

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Manitoba entertainment production industry marks 25 years

The organizers of the Saturday festivities note the Prairie province has made nearly $1 billion in screen productions in the last 10 years.