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18th June 2013

Ten Diverse Languages Projects Receive CMF Funding

Canada Media FundThe Canada Media Fund (CMF) has announced $1.9 million in funding to ten projects that applied to the Convergent Stream’s Diverse Languages Program. Projects include television productions with digital media components, six in Mandarin, two in Spanish, and one each in Italian and Persian. Of the ten projects, five are documentaries, three are dramas, one is Children’s & Youth, and one is Variety and Performing Arts. Seven projects originated from Ontario, two are from British Columbia and one is from Québec.

Since 2010, the CMF has provided $6.4 million to 38 projects as part of its Diverse Languages Program.

Title Applicant Commitment
ADN de la cuisine péruvienne (L’) Productions Pimiento inc. $111,000
ADN de la cuisine péruvienne (L’) – MN Atelier Rocoto Inc. $75,000
Art of Courage Lucent Media Production Inc. $50,479
Art of Courage – Virtual Gallery Lucent Media Production Inc. $100,000
Bienvenidos a LULAWORLD Telelatino Network Inc. $99,688
Bienvenidos a LulaWorld 2013 – DM Telelatino Network Inc. $99,037
Big Shorts I (2-7) New Realm Studios Inc. $109,420
Big Shorts I – DM New Realm Studios Inc. $100,000
In the Name of Confucius Lucent Media Production Inc. $58,620
In the Name of Confucius – DM Lucent Media Production Inc. $100,000
Jing Tian’s Escape Flying Cloud Productions Inc. $39,870
Life In A Labour Camp – DM Flying Cloud Productions Inc. $98,081
Lili & Lola (1-5) Big Bad Boo Studios Inc. $200,000
Lili & Lola – DM Big Bad Boo Studios Inc. $100,000
News Detox II (330-355) New Realm Studios Inc. $108,525
News Detox II – DM New Realm Studios Inc. $100,000
Operazione Husky 2013 Telelatino Network Inc. $200,000
Operazione Husky 2013 – DM Telelatino Network Inc. $99,037
Outlaws of the Marsh – Revisited III (1-5) New Realm Studios Inc. $71,243

The Diverse Languages Program supports productions reflecting Canadian diversity by funding projects in languages other than English, French, or Aboriginal languages. This program is part of the CMF’s convergent stream; thus, projects funded through this program must include content to be developed for distribution on at least two platforms, one of which must be television.

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