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Vancouver Film and Television Blogging

Comments 5 by Rebecca Bollwitt

Ever since the days of 21 Jump Street, I knew that shows were filmed and produced in Vancouver. In my more formative years, the X-Files was represented the pinnacle of Vancouver television production and after I ran into Arnold at TGIFriday’s on Robson and Burrard (that is now Red Robin) I finally understood that the […]

Centigrade Blazes a New Trail for Canadian Films

Comments 3 by Rebecca Bollwitt

Update: After a few days Centigrade has hit #6 on Canada and UK iTunes charts – check it out now! Only $0.99 to rent and $1.99 to purchase this awesome little film. Update: I originally wrote this piece for E!Online, so you can check out a slightly different version of the article over there. It’s […]

Granville Construction Jeopardizes VIFF

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Every year hundreds of thousands of locals and guests from around the world enjoy the Vancouver International Film Festival. I’ve had the pleasure of covering the events so far for my weekly E!Online column and am just beginning to comprehend the months of planning, scheduling, and hard work that goes into making this event take […]

Warner Bros Holiday Release Preview

Comments 1 by Rebecca Bollwitt

Last night we headed to an event hosted by Warner Bros to celebrate their upcoming releases. With Christmas trees laced with DVDs it was pretty clear the objective was to give us all some stocking stuffer ideas, and I admit that it worked. Photo credit: John Bollwitt on Flickr The evening had a Dark Knight […]

The Widow Colony

Comments 2 by Rebecca Bollwitt

The Widow Colony As it happens, I’ll be in Surrey for the better part of next weekend attending two very important events; one being a documentary screening of a human rights tragedy. The Widow Colony – India’s Unsettled Settlement, “is a film that takes an in-depth look into the lives of the widows of the […]