ADVENTURES IN PUBLIC SCHOOL, developed with CFC Features.

MARY GOES ROUND, developed during the Cineplex Entertainment Film Program - Writers' Lab '15.

DON'T TALK TO IRENE, developed with the Telefilm Canada Feature Comedy Exchange.

NEVER STEADY, NEVER STILL, developed during the Cineplex Entertainment Film Program - Writers' Lab '14.

Film

CFC Film offers advanced creative and business accelerators for filmmakers and their projects

Filmmakers will work with industry experts, forge essential long-term relationships and create exciting new works for the international marketplace. 

We launch our talent into the global media landscape with the entrepreneurial skills necessary to build successful, enduring careers. Our unique programs emphasize the importance of fusing artistic and creative considerations with the realities of the film industry.

CFC Film invests in the creative and business leaders of tomorrow.

TALENT ACCELERATION

PROJECT ACCELERATION

COMPANY ACCELERATION

PRODUCTIONS

RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT

SPECIAL PROJECTS

CFC Features

CFC Features invests and creatively collaborates with the brightest and most promising filmmakers from across Canada. If you are a writer, director or producer with a feature film in the million dollar realm, this program offers you an unparalleled opportunity to make your movie a reality.

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ALUMNI QUOTE

"Don't listen to the naysayers. There are a hundred noes for every yes."

Kyle Rideout

Director, Co-Writer "Adventures in Public School"

Cineplex Film Program

The Cineplex Film Program champions original voices, entrepreneurism and collaboration. We encourage filmmakers to take creative risks and help them develop and package original content for the global entertainment market. 

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Screenwriter Joanne Sarazen, director Amy Jo Johnson and producer Jessica Adams, all CFC alumnae, on the set of their film, 'Tammy's Always Dying'

TELEFILM CANADA TALENT TO WATCH PROGRAM

CFC is an affiliate member of this initiative, and recommends and supports one low-budget feature project from CFC alumni annually to Telefilm for production.

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With support from the Micro-budget Production Program, alumna Molly McGlynn's MARY GOES ROUND makes its World Premiere at TIFF '17.

Still of Aya Cash from "Mary Goes Round"