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B.C. film, television production spending on the rise

VANCOUVER — Film and television production spending in B.C. in 2009 totalled $1.3 billion, an increase of more than $100 million over 2008, according to data released Thursday by the BC Film Commission.

The commission stated in a release that 239 productions were shot in B.C. over the year, including 84 foreign productions and 155 domestic productions.

Although expenditures increased in the year, the total number of projects represented a decrease from 260 productions shot in 2008.

Most of the activity was in foreign feature film production, which totalled $641 million in 2009, an increase of nearly $200 million over 2008. Domestic production spending in B.C. decreased to $217 million in 2009.

Some of the productions shot in the province in 2009 include: Twilight Saga: New Moon and Eclipse; The A-Team; Tron: Legacy; Percy Jackson and the Olympians; Stargate Universe; Caprica; Fringe; Hiccups; 1001 Nights; and Thomas and Friends.

Source: The Vancouver Sun

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Headline, Industry News

B.C. film, television production spending on the rise

VANCOUVER — Film and television production spending in B.C. in 2009 totalled $1.3 billion, an increase of more than $100 million over 2008, according to data released Thursday by the BC Film Commission.

The commission stated in a release that 239 productions were shot in B.C. over the year, including 84 foreign productions and 155 domestic productions.

Although expenditures increased in the year, the total number of projects represented a decrease from 260 productions shot in 2008.

Most of the activity was in foreign feature film production, which totalled $641 million in 2009, an increase of nearly $200 million over 2008. Domestic production spending in B.C. decreased to $217 million in 2009.

Some of the productions shot in the province in 2009 include: Twilight Saga: New Moon and Eclipse; The A-Team; Tron: Legacy; Percy Jackson and the Olympians; Stargate Universe; Caprica; Fringe; Hiccups; 1001 Nights; and Thomas and Friends.

Source: The Vancouver Sun

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Headline, Industry News

B.C. film, television production spending on the rise

VANCOUVER — Film and television production spending in B.C. in 2009 totalled $1.3 billion, an increase of more than $100 million over 2008, according to data released Thursday by the BC Film Commission.

The commission stated in a release that 239 productions were shot in B.C. over the year, including 84 foreign productions and 155 domestic productions.

Although expenditures increased in the year, the total number of projects represented a decrease from 260 productions shot in 2008.

Most of the activity was in foreign feature film production, which totalled $641 million in 2009, an increase of nearly $200 million over 2008. Domestic production spending in B.C. decreased to $217 million in 2009.

Some of the productions shot in the province in 2009 include: Twilight Saga: New Moon and Eclipse; The A-Team; Tron: Legacy; Percy Jackson and the Olympians; Stargate Universe; Caprica; Fringe; Hiccups; 1001 Nights; and Thomas and Friends.

Source: The Vancouver Sun

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