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Local company leads charge to supply B.C. film industry with clean energy generators

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Each filming day uses an average of two to three diesel generators, with each generator using an average of 296 litres of diesel a day.

Sim International estimates that after 14 days on one unnamed set, the production company saved 9,976.4 Kg of CO2 using the battery-powered generator.

Production crews can plug in to studio house power, the city’s power grid, or use EV car chargers, said Ramsay.

“Because it is not making emissions or noise you can park it right beside an actor or put it in a sensitive location, like a neighbourhood, and run almost

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Analysis of the Film, Gaming and Animation Industry and Renting of Film Equipment in South Africa – ResearchAndMarkets.com

Analysis of the Film, Gaming and Animation Industry and Renting of Film Equipment in South Africa – ResearchAndMarkets.com

The “The Film, Gaming and Animation Industry and Renting of Film Equipment in South Africa 2020” report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering.

High speed internet and increased accessibility have been game changers for the film, animation and gaming industry. Online streaming services such as Netflix and Showmax have changed the way people consume TV and film. Streaming has also changed the way copyright and licensing agreements are structured. Coronavirus has had a massive impact on the film industry as cinemas

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If there is anything I have learned in movies it is through the Telugu film industry: Sonu Sood | Telugu Movie News

Actor Sonu Sood became a real hero by supporting many migrant workers during the Corona crisis. In real life, people build temples and worship Sonu Sood, who plays a villain in movies. Any little news related to Sonu Sood after Corona is going viral.

It is known that Sonu Sood starred in the recently released ”Alludu Adhurs” starring Bellamkonda Sai Sreenivas in the lead. Released as a Sankranti gift, the film was a huge success at the box office. Made as a family entertainer, the film is on the rise in terms of collections. As a result, the film unit

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Okanagan film industry continues to grow through pandemic

Even during the pandemic, the Okanagan continues to become a hotspot for film projects with bigger stars and films expected on the horizon according to the head of the Okanagan Film Commission.

Chair of the film commission, Jon Summerland, told the Regional District of Okanagan-Similkameen (RDOS) board at their Jan. 21 meeting that movie producers created around $48 million in economic impact in the region last year.

The non-profit film commission, funded in part by local regional governments, led the way in health and safety protocols while shooting in 2020, according to Summerland.

“One month into the pandemic, we were

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