ACTRA Members have voted (78 per cent) in favour of ratifying the 2017-2020 National Commercial Agreement (NCA).
Now in it’s second year and one of the only programs of its kind, the Black Women Film! leadership program will once again offer emerging women filmmakers and media artists of African diaspora, the opportunity to forward their careers in film and media arts through in depth industry workshops and mentorship with Black women industry leaders from the film, television and media arts sector.
In its bid to honour Canada’s best emerging filmmakers, the Directors Guild of Canada has turned to, well, the country’s best emerging filmmakers.
THOUSANDS OF CANADIANS WHO VALUE CANADIAN CONTENT OR WHO WORK IN THE INDEPENDENT TELEVISION PRODUCTION INDUSTRY ARE DEEPLY CONCERNED ABOUT THE RECENT CRTC LICENCE RENEWAL DECISIONS FOR THE ENGLISH-LANGUAGE TELEVISION GROUPS.
Ten large arts organizations in Calgary hammered by the ongoing economic downturn and at risk of closing their doors are one step closer to getting a $2-million boost from city council.
City bureaucrats are recommending a $2-million, one-time grant for the 2017 fiscal year to support 10 “cornerstone” arts organizations supported by the Calgary Arts Development Authority.
It is hard to imagine any other major country leaving their broadcast regulator in limbo without a permanent leader for four months, or even longer.
A list of Film and TV productions currently shooting in BC
Film & TV Productions currently filming in Ontario
Join ACTRA Toronto on July 1st at the Evergreen Brickworks from 11:00 am until 5:00 pm for the family-friendly Brewer's Backyard festival