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Jang Kun Jae wins Vancouver fest Asian award

South Korean director Jang Kun Jae's coming-of-age drama "Eighteen" took home the Dragons & Tigers Award at the Vancouver International Film Festival Thursday night.

‘Loved’ wins Vancouver audience award

French director Philippe Claudel's Kristin Scott Thomas-starring drama "I’ve Loved You So Long" ((Il y a longtemps que je t'aime) earned the audience award at the 27th annual Vancouver International Film Festival, which wrapped Oct 10.

‘Blindness,’ ‘Class’ bound for Vancouver

The Vancouver International Film Festival will open with Fernando Meirelles' "Blindness" and close with Laurent Cantet's Cannes Palme d'Or winner "The Class," organizers said Wednesday.

Alliance inks three distribution deals

Alliance Films has closed a trio of multiyear distribution agreements, inking deals with financiers Relativity Media, Grosvenor Park and Freestyle Releasing.

Vancouver fest unveils Asia-heavy slate

The Vancouver International Film Festival unveiled what organizers called the largest slate of East Asian cinema in North America, including two world premieres.

Vancouver fest unveils Asia-heavy slate

VANCOUVER -- The Vancouver International Film Festival on Thursday unveiled what organizers called the largest slate of East Asian cinema in North America, including world premieres for Li Fifan's documentary "The Longwang Chronicles" and Zhao Ye's "Jalainur."

Producer William Vince dies at 44

Veteran Vancouver movie producer William Vince has died after a long battle with cancer. He was 44.

B.C. prod’n reeling with H’wood missing in action

Despite registering a banner year for indigenous film and TV production, British Columbia saw a dramatic plunge in revenue from Hollywood projects that shot locally in 2007.

B.C. reeling from Hollywood exodus

Despite registering a banner year for indigenous film and TV production, British Columbia saw a dramatic plunge in revenue from Hollywood projects that shot locally in 2007.

British Columbia woos foreign, local producers

Looking to encourage Los Angeles producers to shoot on location outside Vancouver, the British Columbia government on Wednesday unveiled a new $112-million tax incentive package for rural film and TV shoots in the province.

B.C. offers tax incentives

Looking to encourage Los Angeles producers to shoot on location outside Vancouver, the British Columbia government on Wednesday unveiled a new $112 million tax-incentive package for rural film and TV shoots in the province.

B.C. steps up film tax credit

VANCOUVER -- British Columbia is hiking tax credits for foreign and domestic producers in a bid to match recent changes in Ontario and Quebec, the provincial government said Friday.