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A Vancouver Fairytale

Vancouver 1A few fantasy/fairytale productions have found a home in Vancouver, Canada, as the ABC hit show “Once Upon a Time” and its “Alice in Wonderland” spinoff “Once Upon a Time in Wonderland” will both film in the same studio. The two shows’ executive producers, Adam Horowitz and Edward Kitsis, report that Vancouver’s diverse city makes it ideal for film and TV production. Both programs are adventures that get a variety of enchanted forest looks, thanks to the B.C. landscape.

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Roger Corman Eyes China

Corman Top 10 originalLegendary Producer/Director Roger Corman is eyeing China as a locale for more indie filmmaking. He has already produced two feature films in China, and has access to several small, independent studios in its cities. “[These studios] were much less expensive than using a major Shanghai studio,” reports Corman, whose positive experience has prompted plans for a third film. Corman and Producer Julie Corman are also launching their new subscription-based “Corman’s Drive-In” channel on YouTube. “We’ll release cult classics and some modern titles and screen the best pictures from six decades,” says the filmmaker. These selections will be handpicked from their vault of more than 400 films. “Roger has always been on the cutting-edge,” says Julie Corman, “and now he’s paving the way for independent filmmakers by testing a new distribution platform.”

 
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Hollywood’s Summer Box Office was Boffo, Despite Big Flops

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The biggest Labor Day moviegoing weekend of all time, estimated at $150 million, capped a record box office summer.

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House of Cards: On Location with Patrick Burn

20HOUSE2 SPAN-articleLargeThe glossy and rich Washington, D.C., locations of Netflix’s “House of Cards” can be found all over Baltimore, thanks to series location manager Patrick Burn.

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Studios and Stages: Breaking Ground Worldwide

Studios and stages have always been a key element for film and TV production, and an explosion of new facilities have recently sprawled up across the globe like the finale of a July 4th fireworks show. P3 takes a look at some of the top studios and stages making a mark on production and what they are offering today’s filmmakers.

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