The view from out West: Embeddedness, inter-personal relations and the development of an indigenous film industry in Vancouver

@article{Coe2000TheVF,
  title={The view from out West: Embeddedness, inter-personal relations and the development of an indigenous film industry in Vancouver},
  author={N. Coe},
  journal={Geoforum},
  year={2000},
  volume={31},
  pages={391-407}
}
  • N. Coe
  • Published 2000
  • Sociology
  • Geoforum
Abstract This paper considers the development of a particular cultural industry, the indigenous film and television production sector, in a specific locality, Vancouver (British Columbia, Canada). Vancouver’s film and television industry exhibits a high level of dependency on the location shooting of US funded productions, a relatively mobile form of foreign investment capital. As such, the development of locally developed and funded projects is crucial to the long-term sustainability of the… Expand
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