The ISO champions Indigenous screen-based storytellers and narrative sovereignty in Canada through our funding and advocacy work.
We support Indigenous companies, communities and individuals to share their diverse stories and perspectives across all screen platforms.
ISO supports Indigenous storytelling across ALL screen-based platforms through a number of distinct funding programs.
Posted on: — FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Toronto (Tkaronto) — The Indigenous Screen Office (ISO) has selected five Indigenous producers to attend Content London 2023, where they will be able to network and present…Read more
Posted on: — APTN, CBC and the Indigenous Screen Office (ISO) are excited to announce the selection of two Indigenous scripted series that will soon be in pre-development through the CBC-APTN Early Stage Scripted Development Program in association with the ISO.Read more
Posted on: — For immediate release, Toronto (Tkaronto), ON – The new Liberal Cabinet was sworn in today in Ottawa. The Indigenous Screen Office (ISO) is happy to welcome Pascale St-Onge as the Minister of Canadian…Read more
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