Our Successes

Talent to Watch Program supports 45 projects this year

On June 27th, we were proud to unveil our 45 Talent Fund recipients from across the country, as Globe and Mail announced “Meet Canadian Cinema’s Class of 2018,” at the celebratory reception held at Pinewood Toronto Studios. Co-hosted by Randy Lennox, President, Bell...

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Clint Eastwood’s Indian Horse Honoured on The Hill

In advance of the worldwide premiere of the highly anticipated Telefilm-funded Indian Horse, Carolyn Bennett, Minister of Crown-Indigenous Relations and Northern Affairs and Senator Murray Sinclair, Chair of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission, hosted...

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Black Cop Wins John Dunning Discovery Award at CSAs

The CSAs Bell Media Lounge ended on a high note as the Talent Fund-supported  Micro-Budget film Black Cop won the John Dunning Discover Award at the 2018 Canadian Screen Awards. Black Cop is a psychological drama that follows the day in the life of a black police...

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CBC’s Canadian Film Picks to Watch During March Break

For many kids across Canada, we are in the thick of March Break. While many families may be hitting the slopes or basking in the sunshine, we think there is no better activity than cozying up on the couch with your kids to watch the best of Canadian cinema. And CBC...

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Fake Tattoos Highlighted Around the World

Critically acclaimed film Fake Tattoos (Les faux tatouages) has been making the rounds in the international festival circuit and seeing a tremendous amount of success along the way. Directed by Pascal Plante, Fake Tattoos is a love story set to a punk...

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