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Bell Fund supports the production of great, market-driven Canadian content in the genres of lifestyle, drama, comedy, and documentary series.
CMF is a not-for-profit corporation that supports content creation for television and other digital platforms through two funding streams. The Convergent Stream supports the development and creation of convergent television and digital media content.
A national CBC initiative for Deaf and disabled creators developed in partnership with ReelAbilities Film Festival Toronto that will provide training, mentorship and, on select projects, financing support to create scripted and documentary screen-based content.
Provides financing for the production of dramatic television series and mini-series with a running time of 60 minutes (or less for children’s series); all productions must be intended for prime-time broadcast (with the exception of children’s programming).
To support the production of cable network programming in Canada. Provides equity financing to Canadian independent producers for television programming triggered by a play in prime-time commitment on a Canadian cable network.
Championing quality Canadian children’s programming. Invests in audiovisual programming content of all lengths (features, series, digital media) that enriches and educates the audience and tells stories that are of great interest to Canadian children, while offering safe experiences on various platforms.
TELUS Fund’s mandate is to fund exceptional content where the health and well-being of Canadians is featured prominently in the central storyline of the project.