Your path to a career in film and television in #BCFilm

Opportunities in #BCFilm

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CJ & TIFF K-Story Fund

January 8, 2024

In-person & Online


8 Korean-Canadian and Korean-American writers, or writer-directors will be selected to participate in a story development process. 3 projects will be awarded $10,000CAD.

Business Affairs Learn By Doing Series



Led by Michelle Wong, the Learn by Doing Series is delivered in modules, deep diving into the business of production from development to accounting

In a Divided World, Canadian Film Has the Power to Unite



Reel Canada study revealing that two-thirds of Canadian students say watching Canadian films provide a sense of Canadian pride

StrongerBC Future Skills Grant

In-person & Online


Open to British Columbians 19 years or older to cover up to $3,500 per person for eligible short-term skills training at public post-secondary institutions

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About #BCFilm

Choosing to work in B.C.’s motion picture industry means becoming part of one of the largest and most sophisticated centres for production in the world. Many things combine to make B.C.’s industry as successful as it is – from its skilled people (often referred to as talent) and variety of location “looks”, to its specialized production spaces and services.


Est. Total B.C. production spend on close to 500 shows in 2022


B.C.’s current crew depth for simultaneous live action productions


Animation, VFX and Post Production studios


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