Research + Reports
Discover industry contacts, program recipients, productions shooting and more.
The First Peoples' Cultural Council is now accepting applications for FPCC arts grants and programs from B.C. First Nations artists and organizations, and Indigenous residents of B.C. Several new music and art-focused grant programs for individuals, organizations, and...
Keychange development program supports women and gender minorities in the music industry: apply by September 28, 2022!
Are you an exceptional artist or music business professional who identifies as female, or as a gender minority? Are you looking for mentorship, professional development, and industry exposure? Keychange is a movement fighting for a sustainable music industry. It...
In the 2022 REEL Earth Day Challenge, the BC film industry came together and raised $108,860 to support the Metro Vancouver Regional Parks. Together, with the help of sponsors and production teams, we helped fund 7 transformational projects. The Reel Earth Day...
As the Province of British Columbia’s agency of record, Creative BC provides annual insights about the sector and its services in five ways:
Annual Impact Reports
Recording the organization’s own services, activities, and impact by Fiscal Year.
Creative Industries Economic Results Assessment | CIERA™
Measuring the sector and the industries’ economic indicators by Calendar Year – GDP, Output, Jobs – using public datasets to do so, also based on the Calendar Year.
Current Industry Research
Integrating real-time, curated industry research to tell the story of B.C.’s creative industries.
Motion Picture Tax Credit Reports
Publishing Creative BC-issued tax credit certification information by Fiscal Year (static) and monitoring tax credit application data as a comparable to CIERA™ findings (real-time).
View industry contacts by industry, funding recipients by program and year, and the ‘In Production List’, those motion picture productions on the DGC BC roster and self-identified via the provincial film commission at Creative BC, or the regional film commissions.