Our partnerships

We regularly seek partners from both the public and private sectors for the financing, development, and promotion of the Canadian industry.

Program partners

 

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Since 2007, we have partnered with the Rogers Group of Funds to deliver the Theatrical Documentary Program.

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Technicolor provides free digital distribution encoding to all Talent to Watch Program finalists.

Promotional partners

 

Maison Birks unveils its new branding and visual platform - including a brand new logo -- while opening its new mono-brand store in Mapleview Mall. (CNW Group/BIRKS & MAYORS INC.)

To celebrate women in film, we partner with Maison Birks each year for the Birks Diamond Tribute to the Year’s Women in Film during the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF).

 

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The National Film Board of Canada provides visibility to our Talent to Watch Program films on the NFB.ca’s Emerging Talents channel.

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TIFF has partnered with us to create See the North, a selection of the best new Canadian film on tour across the US.

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As a promotional partner, a selection of Canadian films is available on VIA Rail’s On-Train Entertainment System.

The RENDEZ-VOUS CANADA boutique, developed by Telefilm is available on iTunes and offers a large collection of the most successful Canadian films from the recent past.

The Encore+ YouTube channel, led by the Canada Media Fund in partnership with Telefilm, makes classic Canadian content widely available.

 

 

Éléphant ClassiQ, a project spearheaded by Québecor and supported by Telefilm, restores digitally remastered heritage feature films from Quebec.

 

Working together, CBC and Telefilm make Canadian films easily discoverable for audiences, on the CBC Gem online platform.