MontrealAnd the June 3, 2022 /CNW Telbec/ – The Kibekor Fund Board of Directors today announced the list of Canadian production companies that will receive financial support in the fund’s Round 44. TV Production Assistance Programapplications closed on April 1, 2022. In this round, the fund will spend a total of more than 2 dollars.4 million.
under Support creation of intellectual property component, 550 thousand dollars Awarded to three projects by Productions KOTV inc. and Productions Squeeze inc. and Carpediem production company. Broadcasters investing in project development are Société Radio-Canada and Télé-Québec. under Supporting the production of intellectual property for international markets The component, launched in partnership with the Canada Media Fund (CMF), the Quebecor Fund contributes to $1,891,667 In this round and CMF $593,333 for total $2,485,000. The Kibekor Fund contribution will be split into nine fictional series produced by Productions Pixcom inc. (International distributor: Pixcom international inc.), Les Productions Sovimage inc. (International distributor: Encore Télévision – Distribution inc.), Trio Orange inc. , Encore Télévision inc. , Aetios Productions inc. , Sphère Média inc. , Les Productions also Inc. , Duo Productions inc. CMF’s contribution will be split over seven of these projects. The selected products will be broadcast Canada On TVA Group, Société Radio-Canada, and Bell Media.
Since its establishment in 1999, Kibekor Fund TV Production Assistance Program Supporting a total of 346 projects involving 98 production companies, 49 Canadian and 59 foreign broadcasters with grants totaling more than $97.2 million with all its components combined. Of the funding awarded since Spring 2017 under the three components of the Kibekor Fund, 21% went to documentaries, 20% to children’s/youth programs, 20% to arts/theatrical arts, and 39% to drama.
Under the TV and multi-platform sections in Convergent production support Component, Kibekor Fund has awarded a total of almost $77.4 million so far.
Count this round 11 of Support creation of intellectual property The component, launched in March 2017, the Kibekor Fund provided reimbursable grants totaling more than $11.4 million to support construction projects in all genres that have received a financial commitment from a recognized French Radio Programming Undertaking (BPU).
Count this seventh round of Supporting the production of intellectual property for international markets The component, launched in April 2019 in partnership with Canada Media Fund (CMF), Quebecor Fund provided repayable grants in excess of 8 dollars.4 million and CMF nearly $4 million, totaling nearly $12.4 million. The money enables Quebec producers to add value to French-language feature films and documentaries, and to break into international markets.
Production projects financed under Tescalation production assistance program
Supporting the production of IP for the component of international markets:
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The Quebec Fund was established by Videotron Ltd. , a subsidiary of Quebecor Media Inc. , which provides more than 5 dollars.8 million annually in broadcast distribution undertaking (BDU) Canada Film and Television Industry.
Its mission is to support the development, production, marketing and export of high-quality content and its exploitation on various platforms. To date, Kibekor Fund programs have paid out a total of more than $126 million.
The Board of Directors is responsible for all decisions relating to the Fund, including its priorities, and is fully and exclusively responsible for its financing decisions. The date for the next round of funding under the TV Production Assistance Program is Monday, October 3, 2022, unless a notice stating otherwise is posted on the website. For reasons of responsibility and environmental efficiency, all applications for all programs must now be submitted electronically. For more information, please visit the website www.quebecorfund.ca.
The source is the Quebec Fund
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