Articles Tagged ‘OMDC’
Canadians, no strangers to the coproduction, are urged via a new industry guide to collaborate with foreign projects on interactive digital media content.
Gains in animation and local movie production in Ontario failed to offset drops in U.S. film and TV budgets, causing a decline in overall production activity.
TV wrestler Chris Jericho stars in the online-only comedy, But I’m Chris Jericho, as he struggles to become an actor.
Timed to coincide with the Toronto International Film Festival, the co-production forum uses global players gathered at the prestigious event to forge relationships and possible co-productions between producer partners.
“I want to create a genuine business model that creates a profit. There isn’t enough (fund) money to make it sustainable,” the Toronto filmmaker tells Playback about lining up sponsors for next-generation storytelling.
Local shoots like Rookie Blue and Bomb Girls to Lost Girl and Degrassi accounted for 68% of the $1.28 billion spent in the province on film and TV production.
Audience engagement throughout a project’s development, production and distribution is crucial, according to a new report from the Canadian Media Production Association.
Canadian producers Mary Young Leckie, Kevin De Walt and Trish Dolman will attend the International Financing Forum to fill out budgets for films in development.
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