Canada is one of the leading coproduction partners in the world with nearly 60 coproduction treaties or agreements with nations from all over the world.
Every year, coproduction in Canada represents more than 60 official projects and a production volume of $500M. Telefilm Canada administers all coproduction agreements on behalf of the Canadian government.
Coproductions with Canada
Promotes strong content creation that benefits creators and audiences alike.
Encourages diverse and stable funding structures
Permits access to tax credit and equity (where applicable)
Allows for all producers to share resources and develop new markets.
Foreign producers must have a Canadian partner before accessing any funding in Canada.
Canada and Eurimages
Canada is the 38th member country of the Eurimages and the first non-European member country. Eurimages is the cultural support fund of the Council of Europe. Established in 1989, it currently numbers 38 of the 47 member states of the Strasbourg-based Organisation, plus Canada as Associate member. Eurimages promotes independent filmmaking by providing financial support to feature-length films, animation and documentary films. In doing so, it encourages co-operation between professionals established in different countries.