Film and Video Grants - Canadian Heritage Grants

The Government of Canada is committed to fostering a more cohesive and creative Canada, and to ensuring that a strong Canadian identity is reflected in and accessible to Canadians in a wide variety of cultural products. To that end, the Department of Canadian Heritage oversees federal audio-visual policy and program activities that seek to:

  • Reaching audiences by ensuring a healthy supply chain continuum from creator to citizen, so that Canadian content is available and accessible to Canadians;
  • Reflecting ourselves by reflecting Canada’s rich linguistic, ethno-cultural, Aboriginal, and regional diversity as our shared citizenship and common values;
  • Investing in excellence by focusing on cultural excellence and rewarding success;
  • Harnessing the opportunities of new technologies by taking a proactive approach to technological change in order to take full advantage of its benefits; and
  • Reaching the world by developing international markets so that we can share Canadian talent and culture with the world.

http://www.pch.gc.ca/eng/1268163020695/1268242291270

Together with the National Film Board of Canada, Telefilm Canada, the Canadian Television Fund, the Canada Council for the Arts, provincial governments and the private sector, Canadian Heritage plays a role in helping to sustain a strong domestic film and video industry in Canada. Through the Canadian Audio-Visual Certification Office (CAVCO), the Department also co-administers Canada’s film and video tax credit programs with the Canada Revenue Agency.

Programs:

  • Audiovisual Coproduction
  • Canada Council for the Arts
  • Canadian Audio-Visual Certification Office (CAVCO)
  • Canadian Television Fund (CTF)
  • National Film Board of Canada (NFB)
  • Telefilm Canada

Canadian Heritage Grants and Funding Programs:

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