Ontario’s entertainment sector – the third largest in North America, after California and New York – attracts film productions from across Canada and around the world. Recent OMDC-supported projects include Antiviral; Cosmopolis; Inescapable; Midnight’s Children and The World Before Her.
The Conquering Lion-produced miniseries Book of Negroes, starring Cuba Gooding, Jr. and Aunjanue Ellis, will air on CBC and BET in 2015.+Read More
No Trace Camping released The F Word, starring Daniel Radcliffe and Zoe Kazan, with OMDC support.”+Read More
“The OMDC has been a major financier of our Ontario projects, and over the years has invested in many of our films, which is essential”—Eric Jordan, co-founder, The Film Works. + Read More
Founded in 1998, Darius Films has grown into a respected production company with films such as A Beginners Guide to Endings, Defendor and The Art of the Steal.+Read More.
Primitive Entertainment's documentary The Polar Sea uses a voyage through the Northwest Passage as a vehicle to look at climate change. + Read More
Buck Productions | Buck’s bench strength gives rise to diverse. + Read More
Rhombus Media’s Closet Monster premiered at TIFF in 2015, winning Best Canadian Feature Film.+ Read More
JoBro Productions | The business of film +Read More
Hevn (Revenge) was the first Norwegian-Canadian co-production in two decades. +Read More.