From the Saskatoon Star-Phoenix:
- Working in Sask. gives producer creative freedom
“Producing a TV show in Saskatchewan has its drawbacks, but also provides rewards beyond the obvious hilarity of filming in “flat as a pancake flat” Rouleau, says the producer behind the hit TV series Corner Gas.”You can build a gas station . . . and a coffee shop and still have a lot of money to market your show,” said producer Virginia Thompson, who heads Saskatchewan-based production company Verite Films.”
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