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Lights, Camera, Action: How Vancouver (AKA ‘Hollywood North’) Revved Up Despite COVID

The film and TV industry in British Columbia is busier than ever in spite of COVID and partly because of COVID. The place sometimes called Hollywood North is benefiting from high demand for new content from networks and streaming services. The much smaller film industries in next door Washington state and Oregon are rebounding more slowly from the region wide shutdown earlier this year. Continue Reading Lights, Camera, Action: How Vancouver (AKA ‘Hollywood North’) Revved Up Despite COVID

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Carlos Gil, guest number four on the podcast Traverse Talks with Sueann Ramella.

‘Traverse Talks’ Episode 4: Carlos Gil On Mexican-American Assimilation, Identity And Immigration

In this episode of “Traverse Talks with Sueann Ramella,” author and University of Washington professor of Chicano studies Carlos Gil discusses his views of assimilation as a descendant of Mexican immigrants growing up in California Continue Reading ‘Traverse Talks’ Episode 4: Carlos Gil On Mexican-American Assimilation, Identity And Immigration

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