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Posts Tagged ‘Canadian Film Funding’

15
Aug

Canadian Film Funding

"There is a lot of opportunity in Canada to get film funding and grants for your feature films, documentaries and short films." "There is no 1 right way to apply for funding in Canada. While Ontario and British Columbia are the two biggest entertainment centers, there are opportunities in all of the Provinces for funding that help filmmakers get their scripts developed, the film (or television series) shot, and even money for post production and marketing. Below is a list of Canadian funding and grant organizations that help fund and support new and emerging as well as seasoned filmmakers get their films funded and made." "Telefilm has a feature film fund, a television fund as well as a new media fund. They also have other funds, but these are the three most common. You can visit their website to download the guidelines for development, production and marketing." "Telefilm is great because they are also very supportive of emerging artists." Source

07
Aug

Canadian Film Funding

"Recent successful films are in a long line of private investments that are being bankrolled by high net worth alternative investors and large private equity funds. With new Federal Tax laws offering 100% writeoffs on film investments, coupled with a risk minimization for investors that includes co-financing multiple films, covering a portion of a film’s budget with various distribution guarantees and benefits of tax credit financing from such states as Louisiana, Illinois, Hawaii, etc., territories such as Canada and numerous other locations, film investment in ‘A’ product still remains an attractive alternative investment.” “Apart from privately financed films outside the studio system winning Oscars, and combined with high dollar sales of the films  at the Toronto and Sundance film festivals,  high net worth alternative investors are seeing far greater returns in a shorter time span with movies than they would see with a lot of other investment vehicles.” Source