Vancouver -- The 30th Vancouver Film Festival wrapped Friday, handing out best Canadian feature honors to Anne Emond for her directorial debut, "Nuit #1," about sex and 30somethings, before screening…
Vancouver is quickly becoming the hotspot for VFX and other post-production services, with fresh rumors each day of new major companies setting up satellite shops in British Columbia.
Moving Picture Co., the visual effects studio owned by Technicolor, has announced plans for expansion and a new facility for its Vancouver branch.
Zoic Studios has expanded to a new location in Vancouver.
Visual effects studio Digital Domain has filled out the management team at its just-opened Vancouver branch, which is already booked with two major projects for Disney.
Visual effects studio Digital Domain is expanding, opening a branch in Vancouver, B.C.
Fernando Meirelles' thriller "Blindness," the opener at Cannes earlier this year, performs a similar duty at the 27th edition of the Vancouver Film Festival on Thursday. Event bookends its 16-day run…
The Vancouver International Film Festival has announced the lineups for two of its major programs -- Dragons & Tigers: The Cinema of East Asia and Cinema of Our Time.
Three Canuck films will share the limelight at the Vancouver Intl. Film Festival, marking a change of direction for a fest that usually goes for foreign pics.
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