Creative Industry Calendar

  • Realscreen Summit 2021 | Attend via Passport to Markets Virtual Edition

    January
    25
    February
    4
    Realscreen 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.
    Categories:
    Motion Picture
  • Prime Time 2021

    January
    28
    February
    10
    For 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.
    Categories:
    Motion Picture
  • Prime Time 2021: Content and Culture: Investing in Canada's Creative Workforce

    February
    1
    Prem Gill and panelists discuss Canada's film and television workforce at the Prime Time 2021
    Categories:
    Motion Picture
  • Victoria Film Festival 2021

    February
    5
    14
    For 10 thrilling days in February, filmmakers, writers, and actors gather to dazzle audiences with their latest cinematic visions. With over 150 new films each year, the Victoria Film Festival buzzes with live music, dancing, and discussions surrounding the boldest, most vivid cinema from around the world.
    Categories:
    Motion Picture
  • Panorama Creativo | Creative Industries: Doing Business in Mexico

    February
    5
    Creative Industries: Doing Business in Mexico. A conversation about the challenges faced by the creative sector in the face of commercial linkage opportunities between Mexico and Canada.

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