The Screen-Based Production Grant supports the creation of film and television production in Alberta. This improved grant replaces the previous Alberta Production Grant. It offers up to 30 per cent of eligible production expenditures made in Alberta as well as a potential increase in the $5 million per-project cap of up to $7.5 million in funding per project.
The British Columbia Arts Council nurtures and supports arts and cultural activity in communities across British Columbia. From community arts in rural and urban centres, to individual artists, professional performing arts companies, art galleries, local museums and music festivals – the Council supports a range of activities while engaging with Indigenous artists and communities to inform policies and programs.
The Manitoba Film & Sound Recording Development Corporation (Manitoba Film & Music) is a statutory corporation of government proclaimed under the Manitoba Film and Sound Recording Development Corporation Act funded by the Province of Manitoba through the Department of Sport, Culture and Heritage. We exist so Manitoba’s film and music industries flourish!
With a focus on artistic excellence and community impact, the Winnipeg Arts Council supports opportunities for the people of Winnipeg to engage with the arts as artists and as audiences. Responding to evolving practices and the needs of Winnipeg’s diverse artistic community, WAC invested $3,873,310 in 2017 into the thriving Winnipeg arts scene through our diverse and peer-assessed grant programs.
The New Brunswick Arts Board is an arm’s length arts funding agency with a legislated mandate to facilitate and promote the creation of art as well as administering funding programs for professional artists in the province.
The Department of Tourism, Culture, Industry and Innovation has allocated funding to support community projects and amateur arts and/or heritage activity that present local artists, artisans and/or performers of local historical heritage. The purpose of this fund is to engage citizens in their communities through the arts, as well as through the expression, celebration and preservation of local historical heritage.
The Professional Project Grants Program (PPGP) is available to Individual Professional Artists, Collaborations of Individual Professional Artists, and Professional Arts Groups. This program supports the creation and/or presentation of works of art in the disciplines of dance, film, music, multidisciplinary arts, theatre, visual arts, or writing. Grants support project costs related to creation, production, administration, travel, professional development, etc.
The NWT Arts Program is a marketing initiative that represents all artists of the Northwest Territories (NWT), including traditional arts and fine crafts, contemporary arts and fine crafts, performing arts, literary arts, and film and media arts. Administered by the Department of Industry, Tourism and Investment, Government of the Northwest Territories, the Program helps connect you with registered artists and the story of their art.
The NWT Arts Council was established August 1985, as an advisory board to the GNWT. The mandate of the NWT Arts Council is to promote the arts in the Northwest Territories.
The Arts Council provides recommendations to the Minister of Education, Culture and Employment on financial awards for creative artistic projects in the visual, literary, media and performing arts, and on issues and policies associated with the arts and artists.
The Creative Nova Scotia Leadership Council is an advisory body to the Minister of Communities, Culture and Heritage and works to elevate the artistic and cultural vibrancy of the province for all Nova Scotians.
The Culture and Heritage Division is responsible for documenting, researching, promoting, and preserving the culture and heritage of the NWT.
The programs and services provided by the division range from museum-based operations to the administration of archaeological research and protection, funding for arts and culture programs, and curating the NWT Archives.
The Department of Culture and Heritage provides grant and contribution funding to non-profit, community-based organizations, individuals, and municipal corporations who direct their efforts to the promotion, protection and preservation of Nunavut’s culture and heritage, official languages, and activities that support elders and youth.
Since its foundation in 1998, the Nunavut Arts and Crafts Association (NACA) has worked to benefit Nunavut artists. NACA is a non-profit incorporated society that supports and promotes the development and growth of Nunavut’s arts and crafts community through advocacy, communications, artist development, education and marketing.
The Ontario Arts Council (OAC) provides grants to Ontario-based individual artists and arts professionals, ad hoc groups/collectives and organizations. Grants support a range of arts activities and disciplines.
Conseil des arts et des lettres du Québec (CALQ) supports, throughout Québec, creation, experimentation, production and dissemination in the realms of the visual arts, the arts and crafts, literature, the performing arts, the multidisciplinary arts, cinema and video, the digital arts and architectural research.
Established in 1948, the Saskatchewan Arts Board is the oldest public arts funder in North America, and second oldest in the world after the Arts Council of Great Britain. Governed by The Arts Board Act, 1997, we provide grants, programs, and services to individuals and groups whose activities have an impact on the arts in Saskatchewan and ensure that opportunities exist for Saskatchewan residents to experience all art forms.
The Saskatchewan Filmpool Cooperative is a non-profit artist-run centre which supports and assists independent visionary film and video production in Saskatchewan. The Filmpool is committed to developing an awareness and appreciation of independent film which reflects the individual and collective cultural expression of Saskatchewan people.
The YAC is proud to champion and promote artists and their stories in our community. We are honoured to be located on the traditional territories of the Kwanlin Dün First Nation, and the Ta’an Kwäch’än Council.
Bringing the arts to life. We’re proud to be Canada’s public arts funder. We champion and invest in artistic excellence through our grants, services, prizes and payments to Canadian artists and arts organizations.
The Canadian Independent Film & Video Fund (CIFVF) is a dynamic private sector funding body which supports non-theatrical film, videos and new media projects created by Canadian independent producers to enable lifelong learning.
The Fund was established in 1991 by Maclean Hunter Limited with capital endowments of $29.2 million and has since become independent of any parent company. The annual revenues generated by the endowment and recoupment on investments constitute the funds at the Board’s disposal each year for the Web Drama Program. The Fund is “certified” by the CRTC as an independent production fund, eligible to receive BDU (Broadcast Distribution Undertaking) contributions.
What does the Canadian television and film industry need? A source of funding that is informed, reliable, and responsive. The Rogers Group of Funds has been meeting this need for three decades. And we continue to grow and evolve.
The Shaw Rocket Fund is a permanent, independently governed, not-for-profit corporation that provides equity financing for the production of high-quality Canadian children’s, youth and family programming and industry initiatives.
CFC PROVIDES AN INTENSIVE PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE FOR CREATIVE AND ENTREPRENEURIAL TALENT.
Our unique programs emphasize the importance of fusing artistic and creative considerations with the realities of the screen-based and digital industries. By facilitating the transformation of creative and entrepreneurial talent into full-fledged content professionals and flourishing companies, the CFC positions residents and participants for success in film, television, screen acting, screen composing and songwriting, and digital media.
The ISO office is located on the territory of the Mississaugas of the Credit, the Anishinaabe, the Haudenosaunee, and the Huron-Wendat nations. We acknowledge the Dish With One Spoon covenant, a treaty whose spirit is one based in collective stewardship and sharing of land and resources, and one which extends to all nations living in present day Toronto.
Indigenous Screen Office
Phone: (705) 933-4538
PO Box 70656
2938 Dundas St. W.
Toronto, ON M6P 1Y0