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New Indie Production Company Launches in Vancouver

Vancouver-based actress Nicole G. Leier (“Edgemont”) and cinematographer Brendan Uegama, csc (“Exit Humanity”) have formed Black Tree Pictures.  Black Tree Pictures produced the short, “Henry’s Glasses”, which won several awards including the National Film Board’s Best Short Film Award at the Vancouver Asian Film Festival. The film also won Best Picture and Best Director honors at the Vancouver Short Film Festival last October and Best Picture at Oregon’s Disorient Asian Film Festival.   The company is currently in development stages for the feature film production of “Henry’s Glasses.”

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Dominica: A Pirate’s Delight

img_0264While many have experienced the pleasures of the Caribbean, not all are familiar with Dominica. This nature island’s captivating beauty, gorgeous greenery and sparkling beaches has served as the backdrop for adventure films, including the popular Pirates of the Caribbean franchise.

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Top Places to Film in 2013

pre_abudhabi_1At the end of each year P3 scouts the regions and production support centers that are the most committed to filming, so we can tally our list of the top ten places to film worldwide. This year’s challenge involved sorting a wide variety of global regions that offer filmmakers a host of amazing perks. Below is our final list of locations that we feel should be considered for film and television projects in 2013.

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Gov. Brown Signs California TV, Film Tax Credit Extension

California Gov. Jerry Brown on Sunday signed legislation extending the state's $100 million tax-credit fund for two more years.

The measure allows California producers a 20 percent or 25 percent credit against income and sales and use taxes and is designed to help stem the production exodus that has plagued the state in recent years.

"The state of California took a big step forward today, thanks to Governor Brown and the legislature,” said Christopher Dodd, chairman and chief executive officer of the Motion Picture Association of America. “The two-year extension of the state’s production tax credit will keep California competitive for tens of thousands of production-related jobs. This is an important victory for California’s economy, our national economy, and the hardworking men and women who comprise the film and television industry.”

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Sohonet Powers Lantana Campus with Swift Connectivity

logo_medianetworkLantana, known for leasing creative office spaces, has joined forces with Sohonet, global connectivity and data management provoders, to create an infrastructure that supports the professional content creation community.

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