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The English-Language Program of the Harold Greenberg Fund

has been financing Canadian film and television works since 1986. Supported by separate contributions, its components are as follows:

The Movie Network

Since 1986

Movie Network
ANNUAL AMOUNT

$1,300,000

ASSOCIATED PROGRAMS

Script Development Program
Story Option Program
Industry Initiatives Program
Shorts-to-Features Program

Bell Media

Since 2014

Viewer's choice
ANNUAL AMOUNT

$714,286

ASSOCIATED PROGRAM

Equity Investment Program

The Steps
Photo by Jasper Savage

The Movie Network

Since 1986

Movie Network
ANNUAL AMOUNT

$1,300,000

ASSOCIATED PROGRAMS

Script Development Program
Story Option Program
Industry Initiatives Program
Shorts-to-Features Program

Bell Media

Since 2014

Viewer's choice
ANNUAL AMOUNT

$714,286

ASSOCIATED PROGRAM

Equity Investment Program

Since its inception in 1986, the Fund has provided financial support for:

3

feature-length documentaries

13

short films

17

family television series

220

Feature Films

330

Industry Initiatives

2,425

script development projects

For a total investment of:

$63,259,193

2014 - 2015

Projects funded

82

2014 - 2015

Total investment of:

$1,615,100

Since its inception in 1986, the Fund has provided financial support to 3 feature-length documentaries, 13 short films, 17 family television series, 220 feature films, 330 industry initiatives and 2,425script development projects for a total investment of $63,259,193.

2014 -2015

82 Projects Funded / 5 Programs

  • 60% Script development (49)
  • 18% Industry initiatives (15)
  • 9% Story-optioning (7)
  • 10% Equity investment (8)
  • 3% Shorts-to-Features (3)

Level of Demand / Financed Projects

389 applicants / 82 projects funded

Script development
  • Level of Demand 287
  • Projects Funded 56
Equity investment
  • Level of Demand 12
  • Projects Funded 8
Industry initiatives
  • Level of Demand 90
  • Projects Funded 18

Distribution of Allocated Funds

$1,615,100

Projects funded
  • 46% Script development
  • 39% Equity investment
  • 15% Industry initiatives