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  • $500-million Netflix deal anchors Canada’s culture plan
    Tuesday October 03rd 2017

    The federal government pulled back the curtain on its plan to support creative industries on Thursday, with much of the spotlight focused on a marquee commitment from American-based Netflix to spend $500 million to make Canadian shows and movies. The “Creative Canada” road map, which was unveiled by Heritage Minister[…]

  • Tax incentives matter, film sector warns BC NDP
    Monday October 02nd 2017

    When veteran TV writer and producer Carlton Cuse decided to set his TV series Bates Motel in Oregon, he never thought of actually shooting the show there. “There’s no support services there. Or tax incentives,” the prolific Mr. Cuse said of the Pacific Northwest state in an interview ahead of[…]

  • Announcing TO411’s video series “State of the Ontario Production Industry”
    Monday October 02nd 2017

    Circa Fall 2017, TO411 will tackle a 3-part video series titled “State of the Ontario Production Industry”. Check our video roll outs for upcoming short interviews with two of Ontario’s production service sector leaders and Ontario’s film commissioner.

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Archives for: October 20175
  • $500-million Netflix deal anchors Canada’s culture plan
    Tuesday October 03rd 2017

    The federal government pulled back the curtain on its plan to support creative industries on Thursday, with much of the spotlight focused on a marquee commitment from American-based Netflix to spend $500 million to make Canadian shows and movies. The “Creative Canada” road map, which was unveiled by Heritage Minister[…]

  • Tax incentives matter, film sector warns BC NDP
    Monday October 02nd 2017

    When veteran TV writer and producer Carlton Cuse decided to set his TV series Bates Motel in Oregon, he never thought of actually shooting the show there. “There’s no support services there. Or tax incentives,” the prolific Mr. Cuse said of the Pacific Northwest state in an interview ahead of[…]

  • Announcing TO411’s video series “State of the Ontario Production Industry”
    Monday October 02nd 2017

    Circa Fall 2017, TO411 will tackle a 3-part video series titled “State of the Ontario Production Industry”. Check our video roll outs for upcoming short interviews with two of Ontario’s production service sector leaders and Ontario’s film commissioner.

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Archives for: October 20175
  • $500-million Netflix deal anchors Canada’s culture plan
    Tuesday October 03rd 2017

    The federal government pulled back the curtain on its plan to support creative industries on Thursday, with much of the spotlight focused on a marquee commitment from American-based Netflix to spend $500 million to make Canadian shows and movies. The “Creative Canada” road map, which was unveiled by Heritage Minister[…]

  • Tax incentives matter, film sector warns BC NDP
    Monday October 02nd 2017

    When veteran TV writer and producer Carlton Cuse decided to set his TV series Bates Motel in Oregon, he never thought of actually shooting the show there. “There’s no support services there. Or tax incentives,” the prolific Mr. Cuse said of the Pacific Northwest state in an interview ahead of[…]

  • Announcing TO411’s video series “State of the Ontario Production Industry”
    Monday October 02nd 2017

    Circa Fall 2017, TO411 will tackle a 3-part video series titled “State of the Ontario Production Industry”. Check our video roll outs for upcoming short interviews with two of Ontario’s production service sector leaders and Ontario’s film commissioner.

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