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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!
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
Screen Nova Scotia is pleased to announce the nominees for the 3rd annual Screen Nova Scotia Awards Gala, taking place Thursday, May 4th, 2017 at 8:00 p.m. in the Schooner Room at Casino Nova Scotia.
On Thursday, May 4th, we invite you to join us at Casino Nova Scotia to recognize the incredible talent, determination, and passion that are the trademarks of Nova Scotia film, television, and digital media - tickets are on sale NOW!
"More film production activity means more jobs and spending in Nova Scotia," said Mark Furey, Minister of Business. "We’re proud of the industry’s success and we’re prepared to support them."
We're pleased to announce the 3rd Annual Screen Nova Scotia Awards Gala will take place on Thursday, May 4th in the Schooner Showroom at Casino Nova Scotia.
Canadian master Bruce McDonald (Hard Core Logo, The Tracey Fragments) teams with veteran playwright and screenwriter Daniel MacIvor for this offbeat coming-of-age comedy-drama, about two Nova Scotian teens who hit the road in July 1976 accompanied by the laconic ghost of (the still-living) Andy Warh...
Documentary, The Halifax Explosion: 100 Years After will recount key events and compelling stories from of one of the largest disasters in Canadian history, that occurred almost 100 years ago.