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  • N.S. Tories promise to spend $34 million to revive film tax credit if elected
    Wednesday May 17th 2017

    Nova Scotia’s Progressive Conservatives are promising to bring back a refundable film tax credit if elected May 30, taking aim at the creative-industry workers the Tories need to win over if they hope to make gains in the vote-rich Halifax area. Tory Leader Jamie Baillie said Wednesday he would spend[…]

  • When it comes to kids’ TV, Canada is king
    Tuesday May 16th 2017

    Perhaps it’s something your kids already know: Canadians are the architects of amazing children’s TV shows. Canuck creators are behind hit TV and streaming programs that are making a splash worldwide. And now, with Canadian distributor DHX Media’s $345-million US purchase of Peanuts (which one expert called “the Holy Grail”[…]

  • Burnaby a hidden hero in Vancouver film industry, study finds
    Monday May 15th 2017

    Although Hollywood refers to Vancouver as its go-to Canadian production centre on the West Coast, a new study says Burnaby is the site of a booming trade in the industrial real estate where films and TV series are actually being produced. The B.C. Film Industry and Industrial Real Estate study,[…]

  • Why Hollywood’s box office is banking on Beijing
    Monday May 15th 2017

    The Fate of the Furious is essentially one long, ridiculously expensive hip-hop video, but it also had the biggest global box office debut in history, beating out Star Wars: The Force Awakens. It took in about $100 million in North America on opening weekend — but nearly double that in[…]

  • Nova Scotia Tories promise to spend $34 million to revive film tax credit
    Wednesday May 10th 2017

    Nova Scotia’s Progressive Conservatives are promising to bring back a refundable film tax credit if elected May 30, taking aim at the creative-industry workers the Tories need to win over if they hope to make gains in the vote-rich Halifax area. Tory Leader Jamie Baillie said Wednesday he would spend[…]

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Archives for: May 20175
  • N.S. Tories promise to spend $34 million to revive film tax credit if elected
    Wednesday May 17th 2017

    Nova Scotia’s Progressive Conservatives are promising to bring back a refundable film tax credit if elected May 30, taking aim at the creative-industry workers the Tories need to win over if they hope to make gains in the vote-rich Halifax area. Tory Leader Jamie Baillie said Wednesday he would spend[…]

  • When it comes to kids’ TV, Canada is king
    Tuesday May 16th 2017

    Perhaps it’s something your kids already know: Canadians are the architects of amazing children’s TV shows. Canuck creators are behind hit TV and streaming programs that are making a splash worldwide. And now, with Canadian distributor DHX Media’s $345-million US purchase of Peanuts (which one expert called “the Holy Grail”[…]

  • Burnaby a hidden hero in Vancouver film industry, study finds
    Monday May 15th 2017

    Although Hollywood refers to Vancouver as its go-to Canadian production centre on the West Coast, a new study says Burnaby is the site of a booming trade in the industrial real estate where films and TV series are actually being produced. The B.C. Film Industry and Industrial Real Estate study,[…]

  • Why Hollywood’s box office is banking on Beijing
    Monday May 15th 2017

    The Fate of the Furious is essentially one long, ridiculously expensive hip-hop video, but it also had the biggest global box office debut in history, beating out Star Wars: The Force Awakens. It took in about $100 million in North America on opening weekend — but nearly double that in[…]

  • Nova Scotia Tories promise to spend $34 million to revive film tax credit
    Wednesday May 10th 2017

    Nova Scotia’s Progressive Conservatives are promising to bring back a refundable film tax credit if elected May 30, taking aim at the creative-industry workers the Tories need to win over if they hope to make gains in the vote-rich Halifax area. Tory Leader Jamie Baillie said Wednesday he would spend[…]

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Archives for: May 20175
  • N.S. Tories promise to spend $34 million to revive film tax credit if elected
    Wednesday May 17th 2017

    Nova Scotia’s Progressive Conservatives are promising to bring back a refundable film tax credit if elected May 30, taking aim at the creative-industry workers the Tories need to win over if they hope to make gains in the vote-rich Halifax area. Tory Leader Jamie Baillie said Wednesday he would spend[…]

  • When it comes to kids’ TV, Canada is king
    Tuesday May 16th 2017

    Perhaps it’s something your kids already know: Canadians are the architects of amazing children’s TV shows. Canuck creators are behind hit TV and streaming programs that are making a splash worldwide. And now, with Canadian distributor DHX Media’s $345-million US purchase of Peanuts (which one expert called “the Holy Grail”[…]

  • Burnaby a hidden hero in Vancouver film industry, study finds
    Monday May 15th 2017

    Although Hollywood refers to Vancouver as its go-to Canadian production centre on the West Coast, a new study says Burnaby is the site of a booming trade in the industrial real estate where films and TV series are actually being produced. The B.C. Film Industry and Industrial Real Estate study,[…]

  • Why Hollywood’s box office is banking on Beijing
    Monday May 15th 2017

    The Fate of the Furious is essentially one long, ridiculously expensive hip-hop video, but it also had the biggest global box office debut in history, beating out Star Wars: The Force Awakens. It took in about $100 million in North America on opening weekend — but nearly double that in[…]

  • Nova Scotia Tories promise to spend $34 million to revive film tax credit
    Wednesday May 10th 2017

    Nova Scotia’s Progressive Conservatives are promising to bring back a refundable film tax credit if elected May 30, taking aim at the creative-industry workers the Tories need to win over if they hope to make gains in the vote-rich Halifax area. Tory Leader Jamie Baillie said Wednesday he would spend[…]

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