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CMPA x PGA Producers Mixer at TIFF

The CMPA and Producers Guild of America (PGA) hosted a cocktail reception at TIFF aimed at fostering new connections between Canadian, American and international producers at TIFF.

2023 CMPA Indiescreen Awards

The CMPA’s annual Indiescreen Awards were back at TIFF in 2023! More than 150 of Canada’s leading indie producers, filmmakers and creatives joined the party in celebration of the 2023 Indiescreen Awards winners.

Prime Time 2023

Set against the backdrop of Bill C-11, and the ongoing evolution in broadcasting, streaming and content distribution, Canada’s pre-eminent media industry conference,  presented by the CMPA, returned to Ottawa with a bang, welcoming a record-breaking number of delegates to our nation’s capital.

Prime Time 2023 marked the triumphant return to conference’s in-person format since 2020.  New faces and new initiatives made Prime Time 2023 the best event yet. Positive energy radiated throughout the event, and a big contributor to that energy was the record number of first-time delegates and future industry leaders who attended the conference.

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2022 CMPA Indiescreen Awards

For over 16 years, the Indiescreen Awards has recognized producers whose vision and entrepreneurship demonstrate a commitment and passion for producing Canadian feature films.

The 17th annual Indiescreen Awards took place at the Whistler Film Festival at a ceremony on December 2, 2022.

Prime Time 2020

Presented by the CMPA, Prime Time is the pre-eminent conference for leaders working in media production, broadcasting, television, and feature film in Canada.

Prime Time 2020 opened with a fireside chat with Canada’s new Minister of Canadian Heritage Steven Guilbeault. His appearance was then followed by a Broadcasting and Telecommunications Legislative Review (BTLR) Chair Janet Yale and Panel Member Monique Simard in their first public appearance after the release of their long-awaited report. Other topics covered at the conference included the future of Canadian broadcasting, streaming opportunities for Canadian producers and the importance of IP.

Prime Time 2020 also marked the conference’s 25th anniversary. In celebration of this milestone, the Prime Time opening reception featured the world of the final season of Cardinal. The screening, attended by a mix Prime Time delegates and Ottawa politicos also featured a Q&A with the show’s cast and producers.

2019 CMPA Indiescreen Awards

Established in 2006, the CMPA Indiescreen Awards recognize producers whose vision and entrepreneurship demonstrate a commitment to and passion for producing Canadian feature films.

The event marked the opening of the TIFF Industry Conference at the 44th annual Toronto International Film Festival.