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Nova Scotia’s Screen Industry: We Mean Business
Nova Scotia’s screen industry works for everyone – contributing over $180 million to Nova Scotia’s economy and generating economic spin-offs that benefit a diverse group of Nova Scotians and local businesses across the province. Watch the video above!
Screen Nova Scotia commends the Honourable Mélanie Joly, Minister of Canadian Heritage, and Canadian Government on their announcement yesterday of their vision for Canada’s cultural and creative industries, which shows continued commitment to and support of Canada’s content creators.
Highly anticipated Nova Scotia feature films The Crescent and Black Cop — along with the short film Milk — had their world premieres at the Toronto International Film Festival this week, with sold-out screenings and rave reviews.
Melanie Solomon will be joining the Screen Nova Scotia team on August 16th, 2017.
Position Status: Full-Time, permanent
Direct Report: Executive Director
Salary Range: $40,000 - $50,000
Location: Halifax, Nova Scotia
Principal photography on Season 7 of CBC’s original comedy series Mr. D – starring comedian Gerry Dee – is now under way in and around Halifax until mid-August. The new season will premiere in fall 2017 on CBC.
This week, 17 Nova Scotian delegates attended the BANFF World Media Festival and Screen Nova Scotia producer/director Teresa MacInnes took home a Rockie Award for her documentary film MABEL.
This decision will negatively affect independent production volume, lead to thousands of job losses, and reduce economic output by hundreds of millions of dollars across the country.
What is our position, as the Screen Nova Scotia Industry Association?
“There is so much talent here and so much heart. That, in my experience, is an unstoppable combination. We're on our way back, and who doesn't love a good comeback story.”
-Mike Volpe, Chair of Screen Nova Scotia