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Blockbuster Disney production lobbying over COVID-19 protocols

News | 07/21/2020 6:34 pm EDT
A man wearing a protective mask walks past the Bank of Canada Museum in Ottawa on Mar. 27, 2020./ Photo by Andrew Meade.

The production company creating a remake of 1940s noir film Nightmare Alley has registered three consultant lobbyists to petition the government about “travel and quarantine requirements on Canadian film sets” as it seeks to resume filming in coming months.

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