Second Chance puts Bosa Centre on the silver screen gallery

December 11, 2015

Second Chance puts Bosa Centre on the silver screen gallery

As the cameras rolled and the background extras prepared for their cue, Capilano University’s Nat and Flora Bosa Centre for Film and Animation (Bosa) was transformed into Seattle State University this past September 21—a backdrop for FOX’s new hit show, Second Chance, which is scheduled to air in 2016.

As one of the go-to destinations for some of Tinseltown’s biggest blockbusters (X-Men, Mission Impossible IV and Twilight, to name a few), Vancouver—or Hollywood North as our neighbours south of the border call us—has long played host to film and television crews.

Award-winning director Brad Turner, an Ontario native whose bragging rights include Homeland, 24, Nikita, The Vampire Diaries and 21 Jump Street, is the man behind Second Chance, a thrilling new action-drama that poses the question, “What would you do with a second chance?” More...

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