Home of the Genie Awards, Prix Gemeaux and Gemini Awards, which promotes, recognizes and celebrates Canadian cinema and television.
The Alliance of Canadian Cinema, Television and Radio Artists is the union of professional performers working in English-language recorded media in Canada including TV, film, radio and digital media.
Insurance benefits and investment services to Canadian performers and screenwriters.
Writing/ about the Canadian media and television scene.
To strengthen arts and culture in Canada by connecting arts organizations to business patrons and volunteers.
Links you to the city and entertainment sites of Canada's major population centres.
Quarterly with articles on Canadian and international visual art, a national guide to exhibitions and events in the visual arts, and book reviews. Current issue and exhibition calendars by region.
CAPIC is a not-for-profit association dedicated to safeguarding and promoting the rights and interests of photographers and illustrators.
Supports the development of the book arts in Canada. Bookbinding, artists' books, papermaking, calligraphy, letterpress printing and typography, wood engraving, paper decorating, restoration, and conservation.
Features news, information, entertainment, radio networks, and specialty cable tv.
Funding agency for the Canadian film and television industry. Administers the Equity Investment Program (EIP) and the Licence Fee Program (LFP).
The CMPA represents screen-based media companies engaged in the production and distribution of TV, feature film and digital media content in Canada.
Event listings for Toronto, Montreal, Calgary, Ottawa, Edmonton, Vancouver, Winnipeg and other Canadian cities.
Entertainment and showbiz information from a Canadian angle.
Incorporated federally as a non-profit corporation that is the national voice of Canada’s professional visual artists.
In Charlottetown, PEI. Canada's National Memorial to the Fathers of Confederation with a mandate to inspire Canadians to celebrate through heritage and the arts, the origins and evolution of Canada as a nation. Info on the theatre, art gallery and museum, choral music programme, Charlottetown Festival, dining, and the gift shop.
The DGC represents directors, and other creative and logistical personnel in the film, television and new media industries.
A collective voice for independent documentary makers across Canada.
Graphic novels, animated movies, and animated graphic novels, some are based on real people and events. Michael Erdos, author, illustrator, and animator.
Buy and sell tickets for Canadian events online.
Archive of a monthly web publication dedicated to the digital arts and culture scene of Canada. [English/French]
A unique, permanent, and internationally-recognized number for audiovisual works, making immediate and accurate identification possible.
Federal cultural agency responsible for collecting and preserving Canada's published heritage so that it's available for present and future generations of Canadians.
An annual pageant to honour young women between the ages of 13 and 17, offering scholarships and the opportunity to represent her country. Includes profiles of past winners.
Annual teen beauty pageant in Canada, a competition that holds regional finals in all 10 provinces, the winner of which competes at the Miss Teen World pageant.
April 20. Celebrating Canadian film.
Promotes Canadian film through three core programs: Our Films in Our Schools, Welcome to Canada, and National Canadian Film Day.
An entertainment rewards program sponsored by Scotiabank and Cineplex Entertainment.
The Actor's Fun of Canada. Compassionate aid to entertainment professionals in need.
To safeguard the integrity of fringe festivals. To encourage communication and cooperation between member festivals thereby fostering the continuity of our guiding principles.
Includes listings and reviews of Canadian-made movies and TV series
Book and magazine fair celebrating literacy and the printed word. Locations include Vancouver, Calgary, Toronto, Halifax, and Kitchener.
Buy your event tickets online and look up venue information and seating maps.
Production company and studios led by Canadian actor and singer Tom Jackson. Includes information about its film and video productions, specifications and resume of its studio, and a profile of Mr. Jackson.
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