BC Creates in the Lower Mainland/Southwest

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BC Creates in Northern BC

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BC Creates in the Thompson/Okanagan/Kootenays

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BC Creates on the Island/Coast

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Here are the television series filmed in British Columbia nominated for 2022 Emmy Awards

The 74th Primetime Emmy Awards nominations were announced this morning, Tuesday July 12th. A total of 119 categories are in play to recognize the year’s best in TV and streaming. Congratulations to the B.C. cast, crew and teams that contributed…

Meeting Mel D’Souza: Founder of SILO Entertainment

Mel D’Souza is an Executive Producer, a Creative Producer, and ex-television executive who was born in Bombay, India and raised in Vancouver. He oversees SILO Entertainment, a content development and rights-holding company which was founded…

Celebrate International Women’s Day with these B.C. films at Vancouver International Women in Film Festival

The 17th annual Vancouver International Women in Film Festival (VIWFF) hosted by Women In Film and Television Vancouver (WIFTV) takes place virtually from March 8-13, 2022! Kicking off on International Women's Day, the festival includes 33 films…

British Columbia projects and creators nominated for 2022 Canadian Screen Awards

The Academy of Canadian Cinema and Television revealed 145 nominations across television, film and digital media categories for their 2022 awards. British Columbia projects and creators are recognized across each category, with Danis Goulet’s…
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NFB/imagineNATIVE Digital Project Prize presented in the 2022 Sundance Film Festival New Frontier Program

The National Film Board of Canada VR experience This is Not a Ceremony, written and directed by Ahnahktsipiitaa (Colin Van Loon) had its world premiere at the 2022 Sundance Film Festival. The winning submission of the NFB/imagineNATIVE Digital…
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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…

#WatchBC at VIFF 2021!

British Columbia’s biggest annual celebration of cinema, VIFF, is just around the corner. From October 1-11, film lovers province-wide will enjoy over 110 feature films, 75+ shorts, talks and conferences at VIFF 2021.  You can enjoy the…

Curating films in an Indigenous Renaissance with Rylan Friday

To commemorate Indigenous History Month, the Vancouver International Film Festival (VIFF) and Museum of Vancouver (MOV) present the Who We Are film series in conjunction with MOV's latest exhibition, That Which Sustains Us. Launching…

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…

B.C. Films and Television Series Nominated for 2021 Canadian Screen Awards

The Academy of Canadian Cinema & Television (the Canadian Academy) announced today the nominees for the 2021 Canadian Screen Awards in 141 film, television, and digital media categories. The awards will be presented as a seven-part genre-based…