Arcadia film producers of '2067' take over Orange's old API building

Alana Calvert
February 24 2021 - 8:00pm
BIG MOVES: Arcadia producer Bec Janek and head of acquisitions and distribution Alex Burke inside their company's new warehouse which used to be the old API building. PHOTO: JUDE KEOGH
BIG MOVES: Arcadia producer Bec Janek and head of acquisitions and distribution Alex Burke inside their company's new warehouse which used to be the old API building. PHOTO: JUDE KEOGH

An old warehouse that once manufactured medication for a large pharmaceutical and briefly faced the possibility of becoming a church is the new, and rather unlikely, home to film production company, Arcadia.

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Alana Calvert

Alana Calvert

Journalist

Print and digital reporter covering general news in Orange NSW, with specific interest in stories relating to animal welfare, social affairs and issues impacting regional communities. Previously with: Yahoo News Australia, SBS Radio, HuffPost Australia and APN/News Regional Media in south-west Queensland. Our Watch/Walkley Foundation Fellow for 2021. Contact me at: alanacalvert@centralwesterndaily.com.au

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