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Into Light follows a mother and child as they navigate the complexities of gender identity

Set against the crystalline Northern landscape of Yellowknife, Into Light directed by B.C.'s Sheona McDonald, captures a season of change as a mother and daughter navigate the complexities of gender identity together.   Into Light…

The Future of Film is Queer: An interview with Sean Horlor and Steve J. Adams, directors of NFB’s SOMEONE LIKE ME

In Someone Like Me (National Film Board of Canada), director duo Sean Horlor and Steve J. Adams take a verité approach to the generous and rough-edged nuances of what it means to sponsor an asylum seeker. The feature documentary chronicles…

Creative Industries Week 2021 Wrap Up: BC Creates Virtually

Today we say goodbye to this year's Creative Industries Week, BC Creates Virtually: Growing Forward in 2021. This year, the creative sector had an exciting opportunity to open up Creative Industries Week to the public for the first time. We…

Spotlight on Knowledge Network

Many locally produced projects are supported via B.C.’s public broadcaster, Knowledge Network, which commissions original documentary programming in partnership with B.C. independent filmmakers. As its name suggests, the channel supports and…

Meet B.C.’s Motion Picture Industry

British Columbians take a collaborative approach and bring heart to every production. Together, the provincial ecosystem of film and television resources, B.C.’s motion picture industry represents a mature, full-service global motion picture…

British Columbia is Overflowing with Superheroes. And Not Just the Kind You Know.

It is well established that superheroes live amongst us here in B.C. Supergirl and Batwoman help keep the streets safe. The Flash and Arrow avert looming crises on our doorsteps. Long-term residents Superman and Lois have recently returned to…

B.C. Studios Nominated for Canadian Game Awards

Seamlessly blending interactivity, music, art and of course, entertainment, video games are an exciting component of B.C.'s creative industry. A 2019 statistic from the Entertainment Software Association of Canada stated that the video game…

Meet B.C.’s Interactive + Digital Media Industry

British Columbia's interactive and digital media industry is one of the most dynamic engines in the B.C. economy and is a key driver of skilled jobs that will define the future of the province. As part of Creative Industries Week 2021, DigiBC…

Meet B.C’s Music + Sound Recording Industry

Music is a lifeline to the creative industries not only here in British Columbia but abroad. B.C. is the third-largest centre for music production in Canada with a large and diverse talent pool of artists who are known for producing all genres…


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