Bringing Balance to Co-Pros

June 2011
Canadian Screenwriter;Summer2011, Vol. 13 Issue 3, p6
The article discusses the latest developments in the co-production situation in the Canadian television (TV) industry as of June 2011. In its analysis, the Writers Guild of Canada (WGC) found out that there is an acute imbalance between the majority and minority co-productions of TV drama. It cites several productions like "Pillars of the Earth," "The Tudors," and "Titanic."


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