We Are Ontario’s Screen Industryadmin2022-04-28T07:58:13-04:00
The Strength of Our Screens
FilmOntario is the best of Ontario’s Screen-Based Industry
We are an industry consortium representing the over 45,000 individuals working in the screen-based industry in Ontario. Our member organizations are from all parts of the film, television and digital media industries, including unions and guilds, production companies, studios, suppliers, and financial and legal services organizations. Our industry contributed over $2.1 billion in production spending to the provincial economy in 2019.
In addition to the jobs created directly by the industry, the film and television business supports hundreds of small businesses across Ontario. Your local coffee shop, hardware store or favourite landmark may have appeared on screen or benefitted from supplying a production.
Celebrating Ontario at #TIFF22! September 8, 2022 We would like to congratulate the Toronto International Film Festival on returning to a full, in-person festival this year. Over the next 11 days, 20 productions that [...]
Cabinet Appeal – CBC Licence Renewal August 10, 2022 FilmOntario has provided a letter of support to the CMPA’s Cabinet appeal regarding the CBC’s licence renewal by the CRTC. The CMPA has asked that the [...]
FilmOntario members represent a range of organizations across Ontario’s screen-based industries – unions, guilds, producers, studios, equipment suppliers, financial and legal services, and more. We are proud to highlight a few of our members below. Find our complete member listing here.
Sim is a leading supplier of camera equipment to the entertainment industry. Sim’s Vancouver, Toronto and North Bay facilities offer the very best in camera equipment rentals, and technical expertise available today. From full-frame to SUPER 35 cameras and specialty cameras and lenses, we’ve got you covered.
First Mile provides professional grade on-set streaming and connectivity solutions for film and media production through blended cellular, satellite, and wireless mesh networks designed to keep creatives working and executives in the know.
DGC Ontario is a provincial labour organization representing over 3,000 key creative and operational specialists and their assistants. DGC Ontario secures work opportunities for its Members, represents their interests through the negotiation and administration of collective agreements, and engages in extensive industry advocacy and lobbying activities.
NABET 700-M UNIFOR
NABET 700-M UNIFOR represents over 3,000 Film, Television and New Media Technicians in the province of Ontario.
Video footage provided by: Breakthrough Films, Deluxe Toronto, Entertainment One, Motion Picture Association – Canada, Mr. X, New Real Films, SK Films, Sim, SpinVFX, Take 5 Productions, Technicolor, William F. White International Inc.