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Office closed for easter long weekend

The ICG 669 office will be closed on Friday, April 2nd and will reopen on Tuesday, April 6th. We wish everyone a happy Easter and a safe long weekend!

#Throwback669 - Tomorrowland

#Throwback669 | Tomorrowland (2015)

Tomorrowland was filmed in British Columbia and Alberta in late 2013.

Tomorrowland producer Jeffrey Chernov is a Hollywood guy who knows his B.C. stuff.

The Globe and Mail interviewed Chernov in Squamish, where he was scouting locations for the next Star Trek film, which was shooting in B.C. later that year.

669 Members Nominated for 20 Leo Awards

Congratulations to our very talented crew for their Leo Award nominations! We’re all proud of the amazing work you produce, and we couldn’t be happier our members’ success is being recognized. We hope we can celebrate with you all soon!

Best Cinematography Motion Picture Nominees

Bradley Stuckel – “Spiral” & “Z”

Stirling Bancroft – “The Color Rose”

Thomas Billingsley – “The Curse of Willow Song”

Day of Mourning

This day takes on a whole new meaning as we express our thanks and gratitude to the healthcare workers on the front lines, transportation, grocery, and service staff. These heroes help keep our communities running, and all the other essential personnel who have answered the call during the COVID-19 pandemic.

30 Years of 669 | 2010's

Here are the hits of the 10's: 

2010 - The Killing

Set in Seattle, Washington, AMC’s The Killing is todays feature.

The hit TV show is filmed in British Columbia, predominantly in Vancouver.

30 Years of 669 | 1990's

In March 2020, International Cinematographers Guild Local 669 will be turning 30!

To celebrate, for the month of March, ICG 669 will be sharing a production per day for each corresponding year the union has officially been in existence. The years attached to each production will be their production date, and not release date.

Here is a list of our 90's hits:


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