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Vancouver Film: "Siren", "The Exorcist", "Purple Harvest"

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From VancouverFilm.Net, here is the Vancouver Film Production Update for November 2017 including "Siren", "The Exorcist", "Purple Harvest" and a whole lot more:


A Dogs Way HOMELocal Production Company: Singularity Productions

Director: Charles Martin Smith

Producer: Gavin Polone

Oct 16/17 - Dec 15/17


Local Production Company: True Meaning Productions

Director: Marc Lawrence

Producer: Heather Meehan

Oct 23/17 - Jan 19/18

Purple Harvest

Local Production Company: Tcf Vancouver Productions

Director: Drew Goddard

Jan 29/18 - Apr 06/18


Local Production Company: Main Mast Production - Can, Inc

Director: Rawson Marshall Thurter, J. J. Perry

Aug 14/17 - Nov 17/17


Local Production Company: Khai Productions

Director: Juan Cabral

Producer: Dave Valleau

Nov 15/17 - Dec 03/17

TV Pilots:

Deadly Class

Local Production Company: Pico Productions (BC) Limited

Director: Lee Toland Krieger

Producer: John Lenic

Nov 15/17 - Dec 05/17

TV Series:

A Series Of Unfortunate Events ~ Season 2

Local Production Company: Olaf II Productions Inc

Director: Loni Peristere, Jonathan Teplitzky

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‘Fear the Walking Dead’ – Mid-season Finale Preview

Two all new back-to-back episodes of AMC’s original series Fear the Walking Dead conclude the first part of season three on Monday 10th July from 2:00am, simultaneous to the Us premiere, with a repeat from 9:00pm exclusive to BT customers. Check out the preview clip below:

The seventh episode in the season, “The Unveiling” is written by Mark Richard and directed by Jeremy Webb. A new arrival sows a divide within the ranch. Meanwhile, Alicia forms a new relationship in the hopes of maintaining peace. In the mid-season finale, “Children of Wrath” written by Jami O’Brien and directed by Andrew Bernstein, Madison must negotiate the terms of an agreement in the midst of ranch-wide turmoil. Nick and Alicia challenge their mother’s motives.

Season three of Fear the Walking Dead will continue later in the year.

Fear the Walking Dead is available free of charge in
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Mercy Street: PBS Gives Downton Abbey Lead-In to New Drama

Since Downton Abbey is set to bow after its upcoming sixth and final season, PBS is determined to make hay while the sun shines. It has scheduled its U.S. Civil War drama, Mercy Street, to air Sunday nights, after Downton, to capitalize on the British drama's popularity. Directed by Roxann Dawson and Jeremy Webb, Mercy Street is a production of Sawbone Films and Scott Free Productions. Executive producers: Ridley Scott, David W. Zucker and co-creator Lisa Q. Wolfinger; co-creator and writer David Zabel; co-executive producer Clayton Krueger; and producer David Rosemont.

Mercy Street stars Mary Elizabeth Winstead as Nurse Mary Phinney; Josh Radnor as Jedediah Foster; Gary Cole as James Green, Sr.; Peter Gerety as Dr. Alfred Summers; Norbert Leo Butz as Dr. Byron Hale; McKinley Belcher III as Samuel Diggs; Shalita Grant as Aurelia Johnson; and Hannah James as Emma Green. Cherry Jones
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Mercy Street: Ridley Scott’s Civil War Drama Sets Cast, Adds Directors

The Civil War will always be relevant in television and film, mainly due to the sociopolitical lines that were clearly drawn from the outset of the conflict. It will no doubt not come as a shock to some readers to learn that those lines have barely been moved in this day and age, and the territories where these philosophies and beliefs differ are still, essentially, the same. The hope, one would think, in looking at the Civil War once again is that by uncovering the roots of this divide, we might find some way of mending them, which is seemingly the thematic undercurrent of Mercy Street, the upcoming PBS series and the first original American series to air on the channel in over a decade. As Deadline reports this morning, the Ridley Scott-produced series has firmed up its cast, with Josh Radnor, Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Gary Cole, and Cherry Jones leading alongside Peter Gerety,
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Josh Radnor & Mary Elizabeth Winstead to Star in Ridley Scott’s PBS Drama Series

Josh Radnor & Mary Elizabeth Winstead to Star in Ridley Scott’s PBS Drama Series
How I Met Your Mother” alum Josh Radnor and “The Returned’s” Mary Elizabeth Winstead will star in PBS’s civil war drama “Mercy Street” from exec producers Ridley Scott, David W. Zucker, David Zabel and Lisa Q. Wolfinger, the network announced Wednesday.

Directors Roxann Dawson and Jeremy Webb have also been added to the six-part series, which marks the first American drama to air on PBS in over a decade.

Mercy Street” follows the lives of two volunteer nurses on opposing sides of the Civil War — New England abolitionist Mary Phinney (Winstead) and Confederate supporter Emma Green (played by newcomer Hannah James) — when the Green family’s luxury hotel in Alexandria, Virginia, has been transformed into Mansion House, a Union Army hospital tending to those wounded by the war. The series is inspired by memoirs and letters from real doctors and nurse volunteers at Mansion House Hospital.

Radnor will play Jedediah Foster,
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PBS Civil War Drama ‘Mercy Street’ Casts Josh Radnor, Mary Elizabeth Winstead and Gary Cole

PBS Civil War Drama ‘Mercy Street’ Casts Josh Radnor, Mary Elizabeth Winstead and Gary Cole
PBS unveiled the cast and directors for upcoming Civil War drama “Mercy Street” on Wednesday. Roxann Dawson and Jeremy Webb will direct Josh Radnor, Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Gary Cole, Peter Gerety, Norbert Leo Butz, McKinley Belcher III, Shalita Grant, Hannah James, Cherry Jones and others on the upcoming six-part series, which is executive produced by Ridley Scott and David W. Zucker of Scott Free, as well as Lisa Q. Wolfinger and David Zabel. Filmed on location in Virginia, “Mercy Street” will be the first American drama to air on PBS in more than a decade. The series will join the
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Ridley Scott’s PBS Civil War Drama Sets Cast & Directors

Josh Radnor, Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Gary Cole and Cherry Jones are among the eclectic cast of new Civil War drama Mercy Street – the first American drama to air on PBS in more than a decade. Additionally, directors Roxann Dawson and Jeremy Webb have joined the project, from Ridley Scott (Gladiator, Thelma & Louise) and David W. Zucker (The Good Wife) of Scott Free, and Lisa Wolfinger (Desperate Crossing, The Untold Story Of The Mayflower) and David Zabel (ER). Webb…
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Masters of Sex Ep. 2.08-2.09: “Mirror, Mirror”/”Story of My Life” Shapes Up the Season’s Back Half

Masters of Sex Season 2, Episode 8, “Mirror, Mirror”

Written by Steve Levenson

Directed by Michael Apted

Masters of Sex, Season 2, Episode 9, “Story of My Life”

Written by Amy Lippman

Directed by Jeremy Webb

Airs Sundays at 10pm (Et) on Showtime

This season of Masters of Sex appears to be shaping up to be more like two mini-seasons aired consecutively. The first six episodes had Masters, Johnson, and their sex study bouncing willy-nilly between different hospitals. There was a minorly conclusive note at the midway point, with Lillian dying, Libby settling her feud with Coral by firing her, Bill and Gini getting kicked out of Buell Green, and Betty’s marriage collapsing. The back half has seen the study finally settled into a home with the opening of its own clinic, and new characters have been introduced (along with a few old ones not seen since season 1 coming back). This show is
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Masters of Sex Ep. 2.05: “Giants” brings racial issues to the fore

Masters of Sex, Season 2, Episode 5, “Giants”

Written by Bathsheba Doran

Directed by Jeremy Webb

Airs Sundays at 10pm (Et) on Showtime

Pop the champagne corks and blow the kazoos, the sex study is back on!

…Or not quite yet. First, there’s the matter of Virginia wanting to ensure she has a contract at Buell Green. Then there’s the small matter of getting white study subjects and patients to be cool with going to an all-black hospital. The first issue is smoothed out over the course of the episode. The second? Not so much. Civil rights have some ways to go from where the show is (and in real life, but that’s a separate issue). And new character Dr. Hendricks, played by an energized Courtney B. Vance, is intent on pushing social norms past their breaking point. In a rousing, Martin-Luther-King-Jr.-name-checking speech at the episode’s climax,
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Atlantis episode 13 review: Strong finish to an uneven first series

The biggest problem with Atlantis has always been inconsistency.

BBC One's family fantasy series has been uneven in tone and quality across its first 13 episodes - compare stand-out instalment 'Pandora's Box' to frothy dud 'Hunger Pangs', which aired just two weeks later.

Building on last week's strong set-up, 'Touched by the Gods: Part Two' - the show's final outing for 2013 - provides a satisfying pay-off with a few genuinely surprising twists, but you're left with the feeling that, when series two rolls around, we could be in for more pratfalls, fart jokes and neglect of character.

Atlantis is at its best when, as here, it cuts back on the silliness and treats situations and characters with a little gravity - how good is Mark Addy when he's spared the slapstick and is allowed to actually act, lambasting a heastrong Jason when he announces his plan to rescue Ariande?
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Atlantis episode 12 review: Family fantasy is back on form

Last week, I compared BBC One's family-friendly fantasy-fest Atlantis to "a friend who keeps making the same mistakes, but who you stick by because you know they can do better".

This week, the show is that same friend who finally comes good, leaving you both grateful and frustrated, as you want to ask, "Why couldn't you have done this sooner?"

Eleven weeks into a patchy first series - some episodes solid, others decidedly lacklustre - Atlantis had to up its game for its two-part finale and 'Touched by the Gods - Part One' is thankfully one of the show's stronger outings.

Two of the programme's biggest problems this year have been its uneven tone - cheap gags, a lack of atmosphere - and its mishandling or neglect of certain characters, with story arcs derailed as the likes of Aiysha Hart's Ariadne and Sarah Parish's Pasiphae vanished for weeks on end.
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2013 Emmy Award Winners

Here's the full list of nominees and winners at the 2013 Emmy Awards, and while some of the winners were pretty obvious, there were still some big surprises. Look over the list, and let us know who you thought should have won.

Outstanding Comedy Series

30 Rock • NBC

The Big Bang Theory • CBS

Girls • HBO

Louie • FX

*Modern Family • ABC

Veep • HBO

Outstanding Lead Actress In A Comedy Series

Laura Dern, Enlightened

Lena Dunham, Girls

Edie Falco, Nurse Jackie

Tina Fey, 30 Rock

Amy Poehler, Parks And Recreation

*Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Veep

Outstanding Lead Actor In A Comedy Series

*Jim Parsons, The Big Bang Theory

Don Cheadle, House Of Lies

Louis C.K., Louie

Alec Baldwin, 30 Rock

Jason Bateman, Arrested Development

Matt LeBlanc, Episodes

Outstanding Supporting Actress In A Comedy Series

Mayim Bialik as Amy Farrah Fowler - The Big Bang Theory • CBS

Jane Lynch as Sue Sylvester - Glee • Fox

Julie Bowen as
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2013 Primetime Emmy Awards: The Show, The Winners

The best and the brightest in TV came together at the Nokia Theatre this evening (September 22) for the 65th Annual Emmy Awards in Los Angeles.

Neil Patrick Harris held down the fort as the year’s Mc, entertaining the star-studded crowd with show-stopping performances and hilarious skits with “How I Met Your Mother” cast members and former Emmy hosts.

As for the winners, Claire Danes scored a big win, taking home a trophy for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series, while Jeff Daniels took home the prize in the Lead Actor category.

Meanwhile, Jim Parsons won his third Emmy for Lead Actor in a comedy for his role in “Big Bang Theory,” and Julia Louis-Dreyfus scored the prize for her lead role in “Veep.”

And last but not least, the cast of "Modern Family" and "Breaking Bad" were honored with Outstanding Comedy and Drama Series, respectively.

Check out the
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Emmys 2013: The complete winners list

Emmys 2013: The complete winners list
Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul were upset in their respective acting categories, but Breaking Bad won the night’s top prize, taking home its first Emmy for Best Drama. It was an unpredictable night in several major categories: In addition to The Newsroom’s Jeff Daniels taking home the trophy for Best Actor in a Drama and Boardwalk Empire’s Bobby Cannavale winning for Supporting Actor, Veep’s Tony Hale and Nurse Jackie’s Merritt Wever were surprise winners — Wever was so shocked that she practically ran off the stage without delivering an acceptance speech.

Not every category yielded a stunner,
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2013 Emmy Awards Winners List

2013 Emmy Awards Winners List
Best Drama Series

Winner “Breaking Bad” – AMC

Downton Abbey” – PBS

Game of Thrones” – HBO

Homeland” – Showtime

House of Cards” – Netflixf

Mad Men” – AMC

Best Comedy Series

The Big Bang Theory” – CBS

Girls” – HBO

“30 Rock” – NBC

Louie” – FX

Winner “Modern Family” – ABC

Veep” – HBO

Lead Actor – Drama Series

Hugh Bonneville, “Downton Abbey

Bryan Cranston, “Breaking Bad

Winner Jeff Daniels, “The Newsroom

Jon Hamm, “Mad Men

Kevin Spacey, “House of Cards

Damian Lewis, “Homeland

Lead Actress – Drama Series

Connie Britton, “Nashville”

Winner Claire Danes, “Homeland

Michelle Dockery, “Downton Abbey

Vera Farmiga, “Bates Motel

Elisabeth Moss, “Mad Men

Kerry Washington, “Scandal

Robin Wright, “House of Cards

Lead Actor – Miniseries or Movie

Benedict Cumberbatch, “Parade’s End”

Winner Michael Douglas, “Behind The Candelabra

Matt Damon, “Behind The Candelabra

Toby Jones, “The Girl

Al Pacino, “Phil Spector

Lead Actress – Miniseries or Movie

Jessica Lange, “American Horror Story: Asylum

Winner Laura Linney, “The Big C: Hereafter

Helen Mirren,
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‘Downton Abbey’: False Hopes Feed Heartbreak

‘Downton Abbey’: False Hopes Feed Heartbreak
When Julian Fellowes wrote the heartbreaking “Episode 4” of “Downton Abbey,” in which the aristocratic Crawley family’s beloved iconoclastic daughter Sybil (Jessica Brown Findlay) dies after giving birth, he knew it would be tough to direct.

“The script was full of false hope,” Fellowes says of the ep, Emmy-nominated for both writing and directing. “I wanted everyone to think she’s in trouble, then she’s not, then she is. There was the tremendous challenge of killing off the first of the principal characters.”

“Downton” directors get the script six weeks before shooting, review it with Fellowes and producers, work closely with actors, and must be sticklers for historical accuracy.

“The producers encourage the director to embellish the visual storytelling, to find images that support the words,” says “Episode 4” director Jeremy Webb.

One shot Webb used to enhance the “false hope” aspect went from a cozy-looking Downton at night to
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Lots of Oscar-Pedigreed Talent in the Emmy '13 Roster

Al Pacino, Helen Mirren in Phil Spector: Emmy Awards 2013 The 2013 Emmy nominations were announced earlier today by the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences. As usual, there was a whole array of movie people nominated, including many with Academy Award pedigree. Those include Best Actor Oscar winner Al Pacino (Scent of a Woman) and Best Actress Oscar winner Helen Mirren (The Queen), in the running for, respectively, Best Actor and Best Actress in a Miniseries or a Movie for Phil Spector; Best Supporting Actress Oscar nominee Vera Farmiga (Up in the Air), a Best Actress in a Drama Series nominee for Bates Motel (itself related to the 1960 Alfred Hitchcock classic Psycho); and Best Actor Oscar winner Michael Douglas (Wall Street) and Best Original Screenplay Oscar winner Matt Damon (Good Will Hunting), both up for the Best Actor in a Miniseries or a Movie Emmy for their performances in Behind the Candelabra
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The 2013 Emmy Award Nominations

The Academy of Television Arts & Sciences announced the nominations for the 65th Primetime Emmy Awards this morning.

The most notable news was that Netflix's "House of Cards" marks the first series released exclusively online to score nominations in the major categories.

"Game of Thrones," "Breaking Bad," "Homeland," "Downton Abbey," "Mad Men," and "The Good Wife" dominated the drama categories. "30 Rock," "Louie," "Modern Family," "Veep," "Girls," and "The Big Bang Theory" scored numerous nominations for comedy. "Behind The Candelabra," "Phil Spector," "Top Of The Lake" and "American Horror Story: Asylum" dominated the mini-series & movies categories.

Surprising shutouts this year include a massive snub of AMC's "The Walking Dead" and basically all of FX's line-up like "The Americans," "Archer," "Justified" and "Sons of Anarchy". Also missing out are the likes of Rob Lowe for "Behind the Candelabra," Corey Stoll for "House of Cards," Steve Buscemi for "Boardwalk Empire," Julianna Margulies for "The Good Wife,
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Game Of Thrones & American Horror Story Lead 2013 Emmy Nominations

The 65th Emmy Awards Nominations are here, and Netflix just made TV history. Their streaming series House of Cards just received 9 nominations including one for best drama series, marking the first time that an online series has achieved the same recognition as the best of television. Stars Kevin Spacey and Robin Wright both received acting noms, and although Netflix’s fourth season of Arrested Development didn’t pick-up a best comedy nod, its star, Jason Bateman, did.

The FX supernatural thriller American Horror Story: Asylum scored the most nominations with 17 although it was shut out of the best drama race. Game of Thrones followed behind with 16 while Saturday Night Live and Steven Soderbergh’s Liberace biopic Behind the Candelabra both clocked 15 each. Michael Douglas and Matt Damon, who headed up Candelabra are both in the acting race.

House of Cards and Game Of Thrones also lead a very competitive pack

BAFTA Nominations Announced: Arqiva British Academy Television Awards 2013

Hot off the press, we’ve got all the details for the BAFTA Television Awards 2013, sponsored by Arqiva. We’ve got the full list below but first up, here’s that full press release in all its glory. Don’t forget to vote for your favourite in our previously reported Radio Times Audience Awards, all the details can be found via this link. In the meantime, exciting news here:

The nominations have been announced today for the Arqiva British Academy Television Awards 2013, which will take place on Sunday 12 May at London’s Royal Festival Hall, hosted by Graham Norton.

The Girl and Last Tango in Halifax have four nominations apiece, and compete with each other in three performance categories. Leading Actor Toby Jones, Leading Actress Sienna Miller and Supporting Actress Imelda Staunton are all nominated for The Girl. They take on Leading Actor Derek Jacobi, Leading Actress Anne Reid and
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