With a head office in Ottawa and a production office in Sudbury, Carte Blanche Films has grown to become one of the leading production companies in Canada. With outstanding producers, and years of expertise, Carte Blanche films is known internationally for its un-paralleled production quality.
For more information on the organization and its production opportunities visit http://www.carteblanchefilms.ca/.
Supported by the Ontario Media Development Corporation (OMDC), this non-profit association represents computer animation as well as digital visual effects companies in Ontario. CASO helps support a cohesive CG animation and visual effects community, while promoting and marketing in both local and international markets.
Visit http://www.casont.ca/ for membership information, artist portfolios, and additional resources.
Cinéfest Sudbury International Film Festival is incorporated in Canada as a non-profit charitable organization. Guided by an 11 member volunteer Board, whose mandate is to organize and promote an annual festival of highly acclaimed Canadian and world films, as well as encourage film culture, education, and production in Northern Ontario.
The Canadian Media Producers Association (CMPA) is Canada's leading trade association for independent producers, representing more than 350 companies engaged in the development, production and distribution of English-language television programs, feature films and digital media.
For more information visit: http://cmpa.ca/.
Copperworks is a media arts, culture and non-profit consulting firm, offering turnkey solutions to organizations of all kinds, dealing with a rapidly changing environment
For more information visit: http://www.copperworksconsulting.ca/.
The Directors Guild of Canada Ontario (DGC Ontario) is a provincial labour organization representing more than 2,200 key creative and logistical personnel working in the screen-based industries in the areas of direction, assistant direction, design, production management, locations, accounting and editing. DGC Ontario secures work opportunities for its Members, represents their interests through the negotiation and administration of collective agreements, and engages in extensive industry advocacy and lobbying activities at the provincial and municipal levels.
HIDEAWAY PICTURES INC. is a privately owned, Sudbury, Ontario based company. Its principal purpose and business is the specialization in production and post-production services to the motion picture and television industry unequalled in Northern Ontario. We plan to provide creative solutions for all cinematic needs. http://hideawaypictures.com/
Music and Film in Motion (MFM), a division of the not-for-profit organization Cultural Industries Ontario North (CION), is dedicated to fostering and promoting the music and film industries in Northern Ontario, as well as providing educational programming to cultivate the advancement of Northern Ontario’s emerging talent.
For a complete list of resources and ongoing productions visit http://www.cionorth.ca/en/
The Northern Film Network is a subscription-based service that offers registered filmmakers a community to showcase their films to prospective buyers, distributors, programmers, service subscribers and other industry insiders. It is also a forum to connect with talent and to celebrate some of the best of today’s independent talent. To sign up visit: http://www.northernfilmnetwork.ca/.
The Ontario Media Development Corporation (OMDC), an agency of the Ministry of Tourism, Culture and Sport is the central catalyst for the province’s cultural media cluster including book publishing, film and television, interactive digital media, magazine publishing and music industries.
Visit the Ontario Media Development Corporation for more information: http://www.omdc.on.ca/
The Screen Composers Guild of Canada is a national association of professional music composers and producers for film, television and media
For more information visit: http://screencomposers.ca/.
Telefilm is dedicated to the cultural, commercial and industrial success of Canada’s audiovisual industry. Through funding and promotion programs, Telefilm supports dynamic companies and creative talent at home and around the world.
For more information visit: http://www.telefilm.ca/en/?q=en.
NABET 700-M UNIFOR is a union of film, television and new media technicians and currently has over 3,000 qualified technicians in fifteen departments of the film and television industry.
For more information visit: http://www.nabet700.com/.
The Writers Guild of Canada (WGC) represents more than 2,200 professional English-language screenwriters across Canada. These are the creators who write the distinctly Canadian entertainment we enjoy on our televisions, movie screens, and digital platforms.
For more information visit: http://www.wgc.ca/.
Inspired Image Picture Company is one of Canada’s top providers for broadcast and cinema equipment rentals, production, and post-production services. With over 30 years of experience in the film and broadcast communities, we are both nationally and internationally recognized for providing round the clock quality care for our clients as well as production and technical coordination services. If it goes on screen, we are your go-to source, no matter the scale, no matter the budget.
For more information on services available please visit http://inspiredimage.ca/
Whether it be live performing arts, concerts, trade shows, or motion picture production, IATSE Local 634 has the technicians to do the work. Every situation is unique. Every area is its own.
IATSE Local 667 represents camera professionals and unit publicists who work in all phases of Motion Picture productions recorded for theatrical feature films, films for television, television series, commercials, documentaries and internet productions.
IATSE Local 411 works in tandem with all the other Unions, Guilds and Associations in the Toronto area and has jurisdiction for its members across the province of Ontario. We have dedicated professional members who have a broad range of skills and experience working on everything from documentaries to Oscar winning feature films. Our members form the backbone of every production, on set and in the office, working through all phases of production, prep to post.
Toronto’s Red Square Motion and Sudbury’s Riley Lake Productions have joined forces to create Northern Light & Colour, positioned to become Northern Ontario’s premiere post production facility, with the office currently setup in Sudbury, one of the centers of the production in the North. Red Square’s CEO Pasha Patriki and Riley Lake’s Jake Thomas have worked together on various TV projects and feature films and together bring over 50 years of experience to the much needed and booming film and television production industry in Northern Ontario.
For additional information, please visit www.northernlight.io
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