2016/2017 Telefilm Canada Feature Comedy Exchange | Application

To be considered, your application must include the following and be received by the CFC by 11:59 p.m. EST on Monday, October 17th, 2016. Please refer to the eligibility requirements listed on www.cfccreates.com

Materials Required: 

·         The proposed comedy feature script 

·         Bios and CV’s/filmographies for the creative team (producer(s), writer(s), and director, if applicable) 

·         A list of attached Cast/Key Creatives, if applicable 

·         Producer’s Company profile 

·         Logline and 1-paragraph synopsis (1/2 page max)

·         Budget level/range, financing plans and brief marketplace summary including corollary films or box office comparables (½ page - 1 page max)

·         Producer’s notes i.e. brief summary of development, funding received if applicable (½ page – 1 page max)

·         Writer and/or Director’s statement if applicable (½ – 1 page max – speaking to creative vision) 

·         Director’s reel is required if a director is attached (VIMEO, YOUTUBE or DROPBOX links preferred)

 

*Please note that you will be required to submit the script as one PDF and all other materials as a second.


NOTE: Regretfully, we are unable to supply notes or feedback to projects that are not selected for the Feature Comedy Exchange



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Note: The definitions used here were developed for the purposes of the Federal Employment Equity Act and the Federal Contractors Program. Please note that you may self-identify in more than one category.
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