Production + Community Relations
Provincial Film Commission
Discover industry contacts, program recipients, productions shooting and more.
Creative BC is seeking preliminary feedback regarding the development of its Indigenous Fund for filmmakers, supported by Rogers Group of Funds. The purpose of this survey is to determine (a) whether the new program should be available to emerging filmmakers...
Submissions for 2022 are open! Selections will take place in September. DOC NYC’s Industry Roundtables program–formerly known as Only In New York–facilitates face-to-face meetings between leading industry decision-makers and filmmakers with works-in-progress. This...
Eight students are the first to graduate from a new Vancouver Island program that helps give Indigenous students the skills they need to enter the booming film and TV industry. The students graduated from the inaugural year of the "Indigenous Production Assistant"...
The Industry + Community Affairs team facilitates consultation and collaboration across all levels of government, industry, and community. As a first point of contact, the team responds to stakeholder inquiries, addresses issues related to policy, and support physical production to maintain B.C.’s film-friendliness.
On Location Support
Tools and considerations for filming on location across B.C.
Filming in our communities
Production crews in B.C. neighbourhoods and on city streets are a common sight. Learn more about filming in British Columbia’s communities and how we bridge relations between productions and the communities they film in.
Careers + Education
Discover pathways into the film industry.
Motion Picture COVID-19 Resources
Updates releveant to B.C.’s motion picture industry.
Thank you to our network of partners, business, and communities of B.C. who contribute to the success of B.C.’s motion picture industry. We couldn’t succeed without you!
If you have any questions, comments or input you would like to express regarding motion picture production in B.C., we welcome your feedback. Send feedback to communityaffairs (at) creativebc.com or contact us at 604-736-7997.