Don grew up in New England, went to art school in New York and ended up in New Mexico the way a lot of people do. He has lived in Santa Fe, New Mexico, since 1986.
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The Benavides are a unique ice-climbing, Harley-loving father-and-two-sons production team. Yecid Senior studied Mechanical Engineering at the University of Miami but has made a career as a musician and producer. Yecid Junior is also a musician as well a director, artist and actor.
UK-based production company Rattling Stick has ended an eventful year by sorting representation in Brazil through Dinamo Films. Rattling Stick has opened a US office this year, as well as launching Rattling Stuff, which develops advertising projects beyond conventional cinema and television.
Penny got to know South Wales while studying at Newport Film School. After stumbling around in film and television for a few years as a freelancer she eventually became aware of film commissions and their work.
Concha has been enthusiastically co-ordinating the Tenerife Film Commission since summer 2005 when she returned to her native Canary Island after spending ten years abroad studying and working in the media.
Martin Scorsese’s new 3D feature Hugo is set within a Parisian railway terminal in the early 1930s. The station was built at Longcross Studios near London and needed a working train track, while London’s Victoria & Albert Museum stood in for the Parisian workplace of Hugo’s father.
Producer Mariano Marin has set up a new production club in Argentina. BelocalFilms, or B-Club, will promote the Argentinean industry with free membership for foreign production companies, as well as delivering a range of production discounts for member companies.
Susanne has been working in the industry as a freelance Location Scout for 12 years. In 2009 she founded Swedish Lapland Production & Location Service.
British Columbia (BC) – and Vancouver in particular – has a reputation as a global production hub and recently hosted Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol, but a new report shows overall production in the province has slipped this year.
Eugenia fell into the locations business when she was asked to be a freelance Location Assistant in 2001. She then worked as a Production Assistant to build up her production experience, before returning to the world of locations with numerous TV and film projects.