The Quebec government is making it easier for visual effects and video game producers to recruit foreign artists for seasonal work.
Research released by the Canadian Interactive Alliance shows revenues in the industry rising but the number of full-time jobs isn’t keeping pace.
Eighteen projects, almost half of which are youth-focused, are given a cash injection by the Canadian Media Fund.
The new live-action youth series from Thunderbird Films looks to engage fans online and off ahead of its just-announced January premiere.
The B.C.-based studio is taking a TV-inspired approach to its first title, an immersive survival simulation for PCs.
The video game company said it will create 500 new jobs in Montreal over the next seven years as part of its expansion.
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