As part of the ongoing consultations related to the implementation of The Online Streaming Act, FilmOntario will be appearing at the CRTC today.
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Ontario Creates and Ontario Green Screen commission report, Advancing Waste Management Practices in Ontario’s Film and Television Industry, to benchmark waste practices across film and television productions of varying sizes and identify opportunities to facilitate material reuse.
Read our preview of the 2023 Toronto International Film Festival (#TIFF23), where there are 12 produced-in-Ontario features screening. The strength of Ontario's film industry shines through the impressive lineup at this year's festival.
The City of Toronto is the centre of Ontario’s Film and Television Industry. In 2022, the industry generated over $3 billion in spending across the province, with the bulk of that ($2.5 billion) taking place in the City of Toronto. This translates into 45,000 direct and indirect FTEs. When a mayoral candidate knocks on your door, ask them how they will support Toronto's film and TV industry!
FilmOntario's new study, Benefit Assessment of Ontario’s Film and Television Tax Credits, demonstrates that the film and television tax credits are a great investment for the province – delivering economic and cultural results.
FilmOntario was pleased to make a submission to the Standing Committee on Finance and Economic Affairs, in support of Bill 36: Progress on the Plan to Build Act (Budget Measures), 2022.