Bowing to pressure from the province's film and TV production industry, British Columbia's Liberal government said it will extend for two more years the labor tax credits that benefit U.S. producers…
British Columbia's second largest city and film production center will focus on Canuck films at its 10th annual film fest, running Jan. 27-Feb. 5. The Victoria Independent Film & Video fest opens…
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The fifth Whistler Film Fest ended Sunday in a flurry of awards and a dump of snow, with Toronto-based Ilan Saragosti's "Exiles in Lotus Land" winning the Phillip Borsos Award for new Canadian…
Production of film and television here has soared since the British Columbia government raised labor tax credits in January from 11% to 18% for foreign productions and from 20% to 30% for domestic.
Rahu Mihaileanu's drama "Live and Become" (Israel/France), about an Ethiopian child sent to live in Israel as a Jew, was voted the most popular international film by Vancouver film fest auds.
The 24th annual Vancouver Film Festival begins its 16-day run today with "Rain," Deepa Mehta's feature set in 1938 colonial India. More than 300 films will screen, closing with "L'Enfant," the Palme…
The Vancouver Film Festival is increasing the number of American indie pics it will screen this year.
Bureaucratic red tape is threatening the future of the Vancouver Film Festival, according to fest officials. City Hall has nixed the sign on the fest's new Vancity Theater, due to open next month…
Runaway and domestic film and TV production in British Columbia is recovering strongly, following a disastrous 2004 when revenues fell more than 40% over the previous year.
Helmer Michael Dowse's mockumentary "It's All Gone Pete Tong," about a fictional DJ who goes deaf, won the film category Saturday at the annual Leo awards for the best in the British Columbia film…