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Documentary dissects Bounty tragedy

The decision of Capt. Robin Walbridge to sail the Bounty into the path of hurricane Sandy in October 2012 defies common sense, says Geoff D’Eon.  And the more the Halifax filmmaker dug into the story with the tragic deaths of Walbridge and crew member Claudene Christian and the loss of the beautiful boat, the more shocking he found the captain’s decision.

Andrew Cochran sets sights on CBC’s future

Some kids dream of being an astronaut, an Olympic athlete or a movie star. More than 40 years ago, young Andrew Cochran dreamed of joining CBC. And now he’s helping the national broadcaster better position itself in a new media universe.

Actor flies high in Arctic Air

Canada’s north is an amazing place says John Reardon, who plays a hotshot bush pilot on the CBC-TV series Arctic Air, about a northern airline. The series is shot in Vancouver, where Halifax native Reardon now lives, and on location in Yellowknife.

Halifax-made documentary looks at the world’s counterfeit culture

Is sporting a fake Canada Goose jacket or a faux Chanel handbag a crime of fashion or an actual crime? Counterfeit Culture, a documentary written and directed by Geoff D’Eon and produced by Edward Peill of Tell Tale Productions aims to make people think about the proliferation of phony products — and not just designer sunglasses, sneakers and jeans.

Corrie star regales NS star with tales of a full life

KEN BARLOW has had 24 girlfriends and three wives, but William Roache, the actor who plays him, may have had 1,000 conquests. The Coronation Street icon, who has been with the show since it debuted in 1960, delighted a packed audience at Casino Nova Scotia’s Schooner Room on Friday night with brilliant storytelling and natural charm despite a nasty cough he picked up on his cross-Canada tour.

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