MAKING A SCENE IN MAPLE RIDGE: BC Film + TV Production Industry Rolls Out Red Carpet of Appreciation

August 17, 2019
Posted by: Leslie Wootton



Maple Ridge, BC – British Columbia’s film + television production community will bring their message of appreciation to the Maple Ridge at a special community screening of Aquaman at Memorial Peace Park on August 17th.

Ahead of the screening, a red-carpet crew will be on hand for paparazzi photo opps, interviews and swag give-aways – in a special thank you to Maple Ridge for their role on and behind the screen of many BC shot film and tv productions.

Red carpet:                7 pm

Screening:                 9 pm

Location: Memorial Peace Park, 22407 Dewdney Trunk Road

The vital cooperation – between industry, local Business Improvement Associations andcommunities, as well as municipal and provincial film offices – contributes to BC’s position as one of North America’s top film and television production hubs. Some of the productions that have recently shot in Maple Ridge include: To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before; Child’s Play Reboot; Welcome to Marwen; Motive; Mech X4.

This BC film + tv industry community appreciation event is presented by the Motion Picture Community Initiative (MPCI) Industry Stewardship Project. The Motion Picture Community Initiative is a British Columbia industry task force established by the Motion Picture Production Industry Assn. of BC (MPPIA) to recognize, appreciate, profile and celebrate the BC community stakeholders that help make the Province’s film and television production sector thrive.



For more information contact,

Leslie Wootton, Director, Communications

Motion Picture Production Industry Assn. of BC

1+604.837.5829 ‖