Want the inside scoop on coproducing with Canada? Looking for a comprehensive overview of Canada’s audiovisual ecosystem? You’re in the right place!
Canada was invited to present at the International Broadcasting Co-Production Conference on November 17, 2021, broadcast on YouTube from Seoul, South Korea – and we’ve got the presentations for you to watch for free!
The presentations were given by Canadian industry experts and delegates, and were organized by Canada’s Department of Heritage (Canadian Heritage) and KISDI (Korea Information Society Development Institute), powered by Telefilm Canada.
An Introduction to the Canadian Audiovisual Landscape
Canada’s audiovisual industry is comprised of public and private corporations and groups, but what does each branch do? In this presentation, get insight from representatives from Canada’s leading national institutions in film, television, digital media, and public broadcasting. From Canada’s domestic and international initiatives to national statistical overviews and upcoming industry trends, we’ve got all you need to understand our industry (and do business with us)!
- Andrew Addison, Canadian Media Producers Association (CMPA) – Vice President, Communications, Marketing and Membership
- Nathalie Clermont, Canada Media Funds (CMF) – Vice-president, programs and business development
- Heaton Dyer, Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC) – Executive Director, Strategy and International Relations
- Nathalie Bourdon, National Film Board of Canada (NFB) – Director, Distribution & Market Development
- Francesca Accinelli, Telefilm Canada – Vice President, Promotion, Communication and International Relations
Canada, Your Partner of Choice
As a global leader in coproduction, we love empowering our international partners with the information they need to make the most of creating with Canada. This presentation focuses on the future of international coproduction, financial and production advantages, and why Canada is your partner of choice.
Canadian Heritage’s Ian Wallace (Manager, Audiovisual Coproduction & International), and Telefilm Canada’s Susan King (Analyst, Coproduction Administration) share insight on how coproduction works. Discover some of our most successful coproductions. We’ve got audiovisual coproduction treaties and memorandums of understanding with close to 60 countries), including the treaty between Canada and South Korea. If you’re looking to partner with us, consider this video as your personal training session.