Dive into Adventure: The Paddling Film Festival Comes to Vernon!
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Dive into Adventure: The Paddling Film Festival Comes to Vernon!

Are you ready to embark on a thrilling journey across the water? Get ready, because the Paddling Film Festival is making waves in Vernon this month! Hosted at the Towne Theatre on June 20, this festival is a celebration of all things paddle sports, promising an evening of excitement, adventure, and breathtaking cinematography. Curated from…

Okanagan’s Film Industry – Let’s Collaborate!

Okanagan’s Film Industry – Let’s Collaborate!

Hi Everyone, As the Okanagan Film Commissioner, I would like to collaborate with all of you to transform our region into a premier destination for film and TV productions. Here are the key areas on which we will focus: 2. Community Engagement: 3. Supporting Local Talent and Businesses: 4. Infrastructure Development: 5. Sustainability: 6. Regulatory…

The Biggest (and Best) DAM Movies You’ll Ever See
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The Biggest (and Best) DAM Movies You’ll Ever See

The Okanagan Wildlife Film Festival, supporting Summerland’s wildlife center, is coming to Kelowna next month. Hosted by the Interior Wildlife Rehabilitation Society, this fundraiser on May 17 at the Mary Irwin Theatre features the IMAX documentary “Beavers: The Biggest Dam Movie You Ever Saw.” Director Stacy Wolfenden hails it as a timeless Canadian piece. Proceeds…

Goodbye?

Goodbye?

This image came to us and we just had to share. It’s a creation from Todd Ramsay, a local animation director reflecting his take on the decision to discontinue the regional and distant regional tax incentive. There’s nothing left to say as it speaks for itself.

A Message From Jon Summerland Regarding Unions
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A Message From Jon Summerland Regarding Unions

I want to clear the air about something that’s been going around lately regarding my views on unions and crew membership. There seems to be some mixed messages out there, so let’s straighten things out. First off, I’m not anti-union, let’s get that straight. I totally get their importance, especially once a TV series is…