The CMPA lobbies federal and provincial regulators to ensure that the interests of our members are considered.
Each year our members create 1000s of hours of original content - across all genres - from drama to comedy, documentary to youth.
The CMPA lobbies government and regulators on rights, finance, labour agreements, policy and other business issues.
Following a comprehensive search process that included broad member and stakeholder consultation, the CMPA has selected Reynolds Mastin as the new President and CEO of the Association. Read more >>>
Up to 14 feature film and television drama producers will be invited to join a Canadian producer and industry partner delegation travelling to the UK (London) and Ireland (Dublin) from November 24 – December 4, 2015. Read more >>>
The CMPA congratulates members of the House of Commons Standing Committee on Canadian Heritage across all party lines for their strong support of the feature film industry in Canada, and for accepting virtually all of its recommendations in its Report titled Review of the Feature Film Industry in Canada that was tabled in the House of Commons yesterday. Read more >>> | Download Report >>>
The CMPA is pleased to announce the results of its recent Board elections. The incoming Board of Directors will serve a two-year term. Jamie Brown (Frantic Films) was also re-elected as Board Chair. Read more >>>
The CMPA announced today that it will once again offer its Telefilm Canada Marketing Mentorship Program. This program, funded by Telefilm Canada, will assist companies with the promotion of Canadian content and talent, across all platforms. Read more >>>
The CMPA is pleased to announce its continued collaboration with Employment and Social Development Canada (ESDC) and the launch of the 2015-16 edition of the Screen-based Media Production Program. Read more >>>
The CMPA has filed an application for leave to appeal asking the Federal Court of Appeal to set aside a CRTC decision to no longer enforce critical safeguards for independent producers in their dealings with Canada’s largest private broadcasters. Read more >>> | Download a copy of the Motion >>>