• In today's media landscape, producing content can be challenging. The CMPA has one goal... your success!
    Work with us to ensure a prosperous future for Canada's independent production sector and for Canadian content.
  • The CMPA represents just over 300 companies that create the best of film, TV and digital content across Canada.

    Each year our members create 1000s of hours of original content - across all genres - from drama to comedy, documentary to youth.

  • We actively promote a competitive, diverse and dynamic industry to provide opportunities for our members' creative and commercial success.

    The CMPA lobbies government and regulators on rights, finance, labour agreements, policy and other business issues.

  • One-stop shopping. The Producer area contains industry information, tools,
    and resources for emerging and established production professionals.
    Canada is open for business. The Industry Partners area provides information for non-producers
    working in the production industry and for those wishing to work with our members.
    What's going on. Visit the Media area for the latest CMPA
    and industry news, events, and other media-related information.

    Why Join the CPMA?

    Join esteemed professionals and help us shape your future. Our collective voice gives us strength and the ability to influence change. Join us to ensure you are represented.

    Be Heard

    October 19, 2016

    CMPA Delegation to the Hong Kong Filmart and Beijing

    Apply now! Up to 12 CMPA members will be invited to participate in a Canadian producer and industry partner delegation travelling to Hong Kong Filmart and Beijing from March 11-17, 2017. Read more >>>

    September 21, 2016

    Canada’s French and English-language media producers announce joint effort to address evolving industry

    Today, board members from the l’Association québecoise de la production médiatique (AQPM) and the Canadian Media Producers Association (CMPA) gathered for a joint meeting to discuss key issues facing independent producers across Canada. Read more >>>

    September 19, 2016

    CMPA launches Prime Time in Ottawa 2017

    The CMPA today announced the registration launch of its annual conference, Prime Time in Ottawa (PTiO), taking place February 1-3, 2017 in the nation’s capital. Read more >>>

    September 13, 2016

    Canadian producers champion Heritage Minister’s Canadian content consultations

    The CMPA today signalled its enthusiasm for the upcoming consultations on Canadian Content in a Digital World, announced by the Hon. Mélanie Joly, Minister of Canadian Heritage earlier this morning. Read more >>>

    September 8, 2016

    Roger Frappier and Hany Ouichou win CMPA Feature Film Producer Awards at TIFF

    Today, the CMPA announced the 2016 winners of its prestigious Feature Film Producer Awards, as part of the opening of the 41stToronto International Film Festival. Read more >>>

    August 24, 2016

    Eight Canadian producers nominated for the 2016 CMPA Feature Film Producer Awards

    The CMPA today announced the nominees for the eleventh annual CMPA Feature Film Producer Awards.This year the CMPA has expanded its recognition program and will hand out two awards. Read more >>>

    August 2, 2016

    CMPA launches 2016 edition of Telefilm Marketing Mentorship Program

    The CMPA is pleased to announce that the 2016 edition of the Telefilm Canada Marketing Mentorship Program is now accepting applications. Read more >>>

    June 29, 2016

    CMPA appoints Andrew Addison as Vice-President, Communications & Marketing

    The CMPA today announced the appointment of Andrew Addison as Vice-President, Communications and Marketing, based in Toronto. Read more >>>

    June 28, 2016

    Canadian Media Producers Association welcomes Heritage Review advisory panel

    The CMPA today issued the following statement on behalf of President and CEO, Reynolds Mastin: “We welcome today’s announcement of an appointed advisory group that will provide ongoing feedback and support for Minister Joly as she moves forward with a comprehensive policy review, aimed at bringing Canada’s cultural policies into the digital age. Read more >>>