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Funded Projects Database

The Canada Media Fund wants to keep applicants informed of funding decisions and results throughout the year. The database below contains projects that have been announced during the current fiscal year and all funded projects from prior years. New results will be added as they are published.
There are two types of announcements: Funding Decisions and Funding Results.

For information on funding results prior to 2010, please refer to the archives.

 

Funding Decisions

Funding Decisions indicate the selection of projects which have qualified for the CMF support but have yet to finalize all contracts. Only programs using a selective, competitive process to allocate funding are subject to a funding decision. These selective programs are: Experimental Stream, Aboriginal, English POV, Francophone Minority, and Diverse Languages.

A Funding Decision is posted on our website when decisions become available. Please note that there is one decision per application closing date. The decisions and funding commitments posted on the website are preliminary, as all requests must undergo a contracting process. Funding is not final until contracts are signed.

Funding Results

Funding results indicate approved and contracted applications for all convergent and experimental stream programs. The funding results are published on a quarterly basis.

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Information in the funded projects database is correct as of the date of posting. The online database is updated at different times throughout the year, but not currently updated on a regular basis to reflect changes that may occur after posting, including changes in the applicant name or ownership of the project. If a project is subsequently withdrawn or refused funding, it will still appear on this page for informational purposes.

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Aboriginal
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2016-2017 and 2017-2018
Title

13 Indigenous Artists DM

Applicant

13 Indigenous Artists Inc.

Commitment

$75,750

Fiscal year

2017-2018

Region

British Columbia

Envelope/Broadcaster

APTN

Status

Contracted

Program

Aboriginal

Platform

Digital Media

Language

Aboriginal

Content type

Rich interactive media

Activity

Production

Delivery Method

Website

Genre

Documentary

Selection Round

N/A

Synopsis

This documentary series is a dynamic investigation of 13 living and active indigenous artists. We hear their views about art, they describe what inspires or motivates them and we hear their story alongside their representative works. These are the voices of today asking tough and pertinent questions, while offering tangible critiques on social and political justice.


Title

13 Indigenous Artists I

Applicant

13 Indigenous Artists Inc.

Commitment

$550,000

Fiscal year

2017-2018

Region

British Columbia

Envelope/Broadcaster

APTN

Status

Contracted

Program

Aboriginal

Platform

Television

Language

Aboriginal

Content type

N/A

Activity

Production

Delivery Method

N/A

Genre

Documentary

Selection Round

N/A

Synopsis

This documentary series is a dynamic investigation of 13 living and active indigenous artists. We hear their views about art, they describe what inspires or motivates them and we hear their story alongside their representative works. These are the voices of today asking tough and pertinent questions, while offering tangible critiques on social and political justice.


Title

21- Days

Applicant

Productions Dundeeroad Inc.

Commitment

$12,500

Fiscal year

2017-2018

Region

Quebec

Envelope/Broadcaster

Status

Contracted

Program

Aboriginal

Platform

Television

Language

Aboriginal

Content type

N/A

Activity

Development

Delivery Method

N/A

Genre

Documentary

Selection Round

N/A


Title

2292 I

Applicant

High Definition Pictures Inc.

Commitment

$14,880

Fiscal year

2016-2017

Region

Manitoba

Envelope/Broadcaster

Status

Contracted

Program

Aboriginal

Platform

Television

Language

Aboriginal

Content type

N/A

Activity

Development

Delivery Method

N/A

Genre

Drama

Selection Round

N/A


Title

A Hidden Generation

Applicant

Productions Dundeeroad Inc.

Commitment

$13,000

Fiscal year

2017-2018

Region

Quebec

Envelope/Broadcaster

Status

Contracted

Program

Aboriginal

Platform

Television

Language

Aboriginal

Content type

N/A

Activity

Development

Delivery Method

N/A

Genre

Documentary

Selection Round

N/A


Title

Ababa

Applicant

Arnait Video Productions Inc.

Commitment

$284,500

Fiscal year

2016-2017

Region

Montreal

Envelope/Broadcaster

Nunavut Independent Television Network

Status

Contracted

Program

Aboriginal

Platform

Television

Language

Aboriginal

Content type

N/A

Activity

Production

Delivery Method

N/A

Genre

Children's & Youth

Selection Round

N/A

Synopsis

Ababa is a children’s and youth television series about a 10 year-old girl who has recently moved to Montreal with her parents from Pakistan. Struggling to make new friends, Ababa’s life changes when she finds a magic portal that transports her to the Arctic tundra. Here she befriends Pina, an Inuk girl of her age. Ababa starts making frequent trips, becoming more confident through her adventures until a mysterious force begins to follow her. When something or someone threatens Ababa's return, the girls immerse themselves in a world of Inuit myth and magic, using all their bravery and smarts to send Ababa back home.


Title

Acadia

Applicant

Little Bear Big Wolf Pictures Corp.

Commitment

$13,000

Fiscal year

2017-2018

Region

Toronto

Envelope/Broadcaster

Status

Contracted

Program

Aboriginal

Platform

Television

Language

Aboriginal

Content type

N/A

Activity

Development

Delivery Method

N/A

Genre

Drama

Selection Round

N/A


Title

Addicted Indian

Applicant

Cedar Root Television and Film Production Inc.

Commitment

$15,000

Fiscal year

2016-2017

Region

British Columbia

Envelope/Broadcaster

Status

Contracted

Program

Aboriginal

Platform

Television

Language

Aboriginal

Content type

N/A

Activity

Development

Delivery Method

N/A

Genre

Documentary

Selection Round

N/A


Title

Anaana's Tent - DM

Applicant

Arvaaq Media Inc.

Commitment

$119,395

Fiscal year

2016-2017

Region

Nunavut

Envelope/Broadcaster

APTN - English

Status

Contracted

Program

Aboriginal

Platform

Digital Media

Language

Aboriginal

Content type

Rich Interactive Media

Activity

Production

Delivery Method

Website

Genre

Children's & Youth

Selection Round

N/A

Synopsis

Amana’s Tent is an entertaining and educational television series for children, helping them learn about the world while preparing them for preschool and kindergarten. Set in the Arctic, the series showcases talent from across Nunavut and introduces Inuit cultural traditions and language to children across Canada. The digital media component complements lessons from the show, providing educational resources to children and parents, linked to the themes from the show. Amana’s Tent will have an interactive and immersive website, Android app, iOS app, and sharable content, including webisodes, e-books, videos, songs, and games.


Title

Anaana's Tent I (1-13)

Applicant

Arvaaq Media Inc.

Commitment

$270,346

Fiscal year

2016-2017

Region

Nunavut

Envelope/Broadcaster

APTN - English, Nunavut Independent Television Network

Status

Contracted

Program

Aboriginal

Platform

Television

Language

Aboriginal

Content type

N/A

Activity

Production

Delivery Method

N/A

Genre

Children's & Youth

Selection Round

N/A

Synopsis

Anaana’s Tent is an entertaining and educational television series for children, helping them learn about the world while preparing them for preschool and kindergarten. The series mixes animation, puppets, and live action, and is designed for preschool children between 2 and 5 years old. Each episode of Amana’s Tent is built around an educational theme (for example, “sharing”) and provides developmentally appropriate activities to children with the help of a cast of recurring characters, cultural performers, musical guests, and animated sequences. Set in the Arctic, the series showcases talent from across Nunavut and introduces Inuit cultural traditions and language to children across Canada.


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