Canada/Denmark digi copros share $276K in funding

Animated web series Bloom, from Kunuk Cohn Productions and Bullitt Film, is one of four projects selected by the CMF and Danish Film Institute.
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Four interactive digital media copros have received more than $276K in funding from the Canada Media Fund (CMF) and the Danish Film Institute (DFI).

The Canada-Denmark Codevelopment Incentive for Digital Media Projects supports original digital coproductions.

Animated web series Bloom, from Quebec-based Kunuk Cohn Productions and Copenhagen’s Bullitt Film, received $35,000 from both the CMF and DFI, for a total of $70,000 in funding.

Meanwhile, Northern Lights, a game and transmedia experience from Toronto’s Stitch Media and Aarhus, Denmark-based Funday Factory was also allocated $70,000. The DFI awarded $49,000, while the CMF provided $21,000.

Ottawa’s Bejuba! Entertainment and Copenhagen’s Fuzzy House Aps are collaborating on the animated web series The Wonder Woollies. The project received $48,750 from the CMF and $20,265 from the DFI.

Lastly, animated virtual reality experience FLEE VR from Montreal-based e.d.Films and Copenhagen’s Sun Creature Studios received $67,662 in coin, with the CMF contributing $26,471 and DFI adding $41,191.

Projects were chosen by a selection committee from both organizations. In order to be considered for the incentive, projects were required to have one Canadian and one Danish producer on board.

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