Dreaming in the Rain: How Vancouver Became Hollywood North by Northwest

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  • Paperback
  • 208 pages
  • Dreaming in the Rain: How Vancouver Became Hollywood North by Northwest
  • David Spaner
  • English
  • 08 January 2017
  • 9781551521299

About the Author: David Spaner

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Dreaming in the Rain: How Vancouver Became Hollywood North by NorthwestVancouver Is Now North America S Third Largest Center For Film And Television Production, Recently Witnessing The Filming Of Halle Berry S Catwoman And Will Smith S I, Robot, Among Others But Vancouver Has Been Hosting Filmmakers For Years, Coming Into Its Own In The Early 1970s When Robert Altman, Warren Beatty And Julie Christie Made McCabe And Mrs Miller And Mike Nichols, Jack Nicholson And Candice Bergen Filmed Carnal Knowlege Dreaming In The Rain Tells The Story Of How Vancouver Became North By Northwest, From Its Early Days As A Hollywood Studio Backlot To Its Becoming Home To A Vibrant Indigenous Scene That Is Among The Most Acclaimed, Provocative, Independent Filmmaking Communities Anywhere.But With Hollywood S Growing Concern Over Runaway Productions, Vancouver S Growing Filmmaking Scene Is Wrought With Controversy The City S American Based Film Industry Is Powerful Enough To Inspire Loathing And Threats From Hollywood.Along With Tracing The Art And Commerce Of Vancouver Filmmaking, Vancouver Province Movie Critic David Spaner Brings To Life The Flamboyant Film Personalities Who Left Their Marks From Visitors Like Errol Flynn And Robert Altman, To Local Heroes Such As The Matrix S Carrie Anne Moss, Who Grew Up In Vancouver, And Kissed Star Molly Parker And Director Lynne Stopkewich, Vital Players In The Groundbreaking Vancouver Indie Scene.Includes Than 40 Black And White Photographs Spaner Has Scrupulous Attention To Detail And An Obvious Curiosity And Passion For Both Vancouver And Its Film Industry Entertainment TodayDavid Spaner Is A Movie Critic For The Vancouver Province.

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12 thoughts on “Dreaming in the Rain: How Vancouver Became Hollywood North by Northwest

  1. Melissa says:

    If you ever wanted a slightly gossip y, thoroughly entertaining history of Vancouver film up to the early 2000s, this is the book for you If you love the films of Larry Kent, Bruce Sweeney, Mina Shum, Lynne Stopkewich and Vancouver actors like Molly Parker, Tom Scholte, and Babz Chula, this is the book for you If you are curious about the development of Vancouver as a Hollywood service backlot, this is the book for you ...