Peace Arch Entertainment Group Inc.

Peace Arch Entertainment Group Inc.

March 02, 2005 10:35 ET

Peace Arch Subsidiary, The Eyes, Completes Principal Photography on Second Season of Award-Winning Campus Vets TV Series


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FOR: PEACE ARCH ENTERTAINMENT GROUP INC.

TSX, AMEX SYMBOL: PAE

MARCH 2, 2005 - 10:35 ET

Peace Arch Subsidiary, The Eyes, Completes Principal
Photography on Second Season of Award-Winning Campus
Vets TV Series

TORONTO, ONTARIO--(CCNMatthews - March 2, 2005) - Peace Arch
Entertainment Group Inc. (TSX:PAE)(AMEX:PAE), a diversified Canadian
entertainment company, today announced the completion of principal
photography on season two of its award-winning animal series, Campus
Vets. The show airs Thursday nights at 9:00 p.m. EST on Life Network in
Canada and is distributed internationally by The Eyes Project
Development Corp. (The Eyes) which maintains all worldwide broadcast
rights to the series.

"Campus Vets remains very popular with viewers across Canada and we have
found more, very compelling stories for our second season," stated Blair
Reekie, President of The Eyes. "The state-of-the-art facilities of the
Western College of Veterinary Medicine played a central role this
season, giving viewers a unique, behind-the-scenes glimpse into the
lives of veterinary students."

"We are very excited about the debut of the second season of Campus
Vets," said Dr. Charles S. Rhodes, Dean, Western College of Veterinary
Medicine. "The series provides an excellent opportunity to showcase to
the public the educational program for veterinarians and the varied
roles veterinarians play in society. Our feedback from viewers has been
tremendous. I think the audience relates to the students and their very
rigorous and diverse educational program, and, of course they also very
much relate to the animals and their owners featured in the program."

Episodes document the real-life situations faced by the WCVM veterinary
students as they pursue the demanding careers of saving injured and sick
animals. From the working ranch to the adrenalin of a high-tech ER,
Campus Vets captures moments when animals, owners and veterinarians are
bound together in a desperate race against time.

Additional information is available at www.campusvets.com.

Peace Arch Entertainment Group Inc. (www.peacearch.com), one of Canada's
foremost entertainment companies, creates, develops, produces and
distributes proprietary feature film and television programming for
worldwide markets. Peace Arch Entertainment Group Inc. and its
subsidiaries have offices in Toronto, Vancouver, Los Angeles and London,
England.

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undertakes no obligation to update these statements for revisions or
changes after the date of this release.

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Contact Information

  • FOR FURTHER INFORMATION PLEASE CONTACT:
    Peace Arch Entertainment Group Inc.
    Nicole Spracklin
    (416) 487-0377 (ext. 237)
    nspracklin@peacearch.com
    or
    Jaffoni & Collins Incorporated
    Robert Rinderman or Karin Oloffson
    (212) 835-8500
    PAE@jcir.com