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Rampage Entertainment Party and Film Fest Anniversary Gala at Law Courts

Oct 13, 2005

By Catherine Barr


Rampage Entertainment focuses mainly on the Canadian film market. But their approach and upbeat attitude have allowed them to produce some big name films with big league prospects outside this country. A special invite-only party last week at Yaletown's stylish George restaurant was held in celebration of the Vancouver Int'l Film Festival. The Film Fest, which continues until Oct. 14, also held its Anniversary Gala at the Law Courts this past weekend complete with live music, food and fun for those who chose to stay in town for their turkey dinners.

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Rampage founder Gavin Wilding and co-producer Carrie Wheeler, who are currently working on Jackson Davies' "The Foursome", schmoozed with guests at George.
Graphic designer Kerry Morrison (left), photographer Fiona Garden and Artizia marketing man Noel Steen joined the fun at Rampage's George party.
Look for actors Mike Karl Richards (left) and Zoran Vukelic, who were at the Rampage party, to be seen in "Ltd." and "Killer Jane" respectively.
Actor David Lovgren (left), who has been in feature films like "Cool Runnings" and many locally shot tv shows, attended the film fest gala with "Break a Leg, Rosie" producer Paul Armstrong.
Actor Justine Warrington, who was seen at the film fest gala, is excited to be appearing in her first feature film "The Cabin Movie".
CityTV news anchor Roger Petersen (left) mixed and mingled at the film fest gala alongside comedian cum local-political-hopeful Patrick Maliha.


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