Creative Industry Calendar
- December131From December 1 to 20, WFF will deliver its 20th anniversary edition virtually to a national audience over 20 days, which is four times longer than ever before, with film viewing available online until December 31 and in-theatre from December 3 to 6, plus special events, talent talks, and industry initiatives all scheduled for streaming convenience.
- December1With an unprecedented global pandemic nipping at our heels, where do we go from here? How do we strategize for future prosperity with so many unknowns looming before us? In this content-rich culture, can we predict what audiences will watch? From equity to sustainability, to employment security, our industry is rethinking the way we make content, for whom, and where they are watching it. In this inspiring discussion, we'll hear from forward thinkers about the big picture view of the unique challenges and opportunities facing the media and arts sector, across Canada and beyond.Categories:Music + Sound Recording, Interactive + Digital Media, Book + Magazine Publishing, Motion Picture
- January25February4Realscreen Summit brings together creators, buyers and distributors of unscripted and non-fiction programming for engaging keynotes and panels along with meaningful pitching and networking opportunities. Realscreen events provide unrivaled access to leaders in the international business of unscripted and non-fiction entertainment.
- January28February10For 25 years the CMPA’s Prime Time event in Ottawa has been the pre-eminent meeting place for leaders and trendsetters focused on media production, broadcasting, television, and feature film in Canada. This year, in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, we’re going virtual.
Introducing Prime Time Online, streaming January 28 to February 10, 2021. Prime Time Online will offer delegates everything they love about our multi-day event, along with a suite of new and exciting opportunities to connect with buyers and senior decision-makers, gain actionable industry intelligence, and promote your latest projects.
- February1118The European Film Market is one of the top three meeting places of the international film and media industries. Its close links with the Berlinale as a public film festival, and its position at the heart of Berlin’s vivid creative economy, are defining characteristics of the Berlinale’s film market. Yet the EFM is more than just an agile marketplace for trading film and audiovisual content – it has also positioned itself as a platform for innovation and change.