Programs

Pilot Program for Racialized Communities

The Pilot Program for Racialized Communities, which forms part of the CMF’s Convergent Stream, recognizes the historic barriers members of racialized communities face and is designed to support the growth of English- and French language audiovisual production from production companies owned and controlled by Black people and people of colour.

Applicants will be permitted to apply via Dialogue generally 10 days in advance of the Program’s Closing Date.

Dates to remember

Pilot Program for Racialized Communities: Development and Predevelopment

First Come, First Served

First Opening Date
September 14, 2021
Final Closing Date
December 10, 2021

Pilot Program for Racialized Communities: Production

Selective

Final Closing Date
June 17, 2021

HOW TO APPLY

STEP #1
READ THE
GUIDELINES
  1. Read the documents in the Guidelines and References before you apply. This will help you prepare all your documentations required for funding.
  2. Make sure you are aware of the due dates for application.
STEP #2
PREPARE & SUBMIT
APPLICATION
  1. Download all of the appropriate application documents.
  2. Submissions are done on the Telefilm website. You will need a Dialogue account in order to apply. Once your documents are ready, you can upload them and follow the process.
STEP #3
FUNDING
DECISION
  1. If your application is approved, you will receive a contract to sign as soon as all of the conditions noted in the letter of acceptance have been fulfilled (where applicable).

APPROVED APPLICATION DOCUMENTS

If your application has been approved and you have received a Financing Agreement, applicants must visit our Approved Application Documents page to access and download additional materials including Interim Financing, CMF logos and Phase II/Final Cost forms.

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