OTTAWA: The Canada Media Fund (CMF) hosted currently a showcase eventuality on Parliament Hill celebrating a success of Canadian TV and digital media. The eventuality brought together parliamentarians of all stripes; a on-and off-screen talent behind several Canadian productions; as good as broadcasters, audiovisual attention leaders and members of a open service.
Guests were invited to correlate with producers, creators and on-screen talent who tell a stories to a world, including Allan Hawco (Frontier, Caught); Gary Vandenheuvel and Collin Vandenheuvel (Heavy Rescue 401); Jean Yoon, Paul Sun-Hyung Lee, Andrew Phung, Andrea Bang and Simu Liu (Kim’s Convenience); Brittany LeBorgne, Heather White, and Maika Harper (Mohawk Girls); Helene Joy (Murdoch Mysteries); Kevin Hanchard (Orphan Black); Cindy Sampson and Samantha Wan (Private Eyes); and Kris Holden-Reid (Vikings).
French denunciation productions include, Marie-Ève Beaulieu and Maxime Mailloux (Faits Divers); Marc-Andre Grondin and Sophie Desmarais (L’Imposteur); Kim Despatis, Sonia Vachon and Maxime Cote-Le Flaguais (Les Pays d’en haut); and Sebastien Ricard, Emilie Bibeau and Evelyne Rompre (Olivier).
Interactive stations featured award-winning video games Jotun and We Happy Few; a singular holographic experience, Maya Kodes; and an innovative, sci-fi practical existence series, Trinity, also gave guest a eventuality to knowledge high-quality digital media productions grown by Canadian creators.
“This eventuality presents an eventuality for a inaugurated member from opposite Canada to accommodate a stellar talent on- and off-screen of some of Canada’s many successful television, digital and interactive productions,” settled Valerie Creighton, President and CEO of a Canada Media Fund. “As we demeanour to support Canadian storytellers in new and moving ways, we commend and appreciate a Government of Canada for a joining to a country’s energetic humanities and enlightenment sector.”
“The Canada Media Fund is an critical approach to support a creators and safeguard that Canadians have entrance to calm that reflects a temperament and a diversity,” pronounced a Honourable Melanie Joly, Minister of Canadian Heritage. “Canadians can be unapproachable of a strong, innovative audiovisual sector, that helps tell a stories to audiences during home and abroad while formulating jobs and contributing to a flourishing digital economy.”