CINEMA POLITICA is a Montreal-based media arts, non-profit network of community and campus locals that screen independent political film and video by Canadian and international artists throughout Canada and abroad. It is the largest volunteer-run, community and campus-based documentary-screening network in the world.
The Canadian Film Institute (CFI) was incorporated in 1935 as a federally-chartered, non-governmental, non-profit cultural organization. It is the oldest film institution in Canada and the second oldest film institute in the world.
The CFI’s mandate is to encourage and promote the production, diffusion, study, appreciation, and use of moving images for cultural and educational purposes in Canada and abroad. In addition to organizing ongoing public film programming, distributing a small collection of films, and publishing books and monographs on various aspects of Canadian cinema, the CFI presents a regular public programme of contemporary, historical, and international cinema in the National Capital region. It also curates and circulates a number of its film series to various cinémathèques in other cities across Canada.
Music and Film in Motion (MFM) is a non-profit organization whose mandate is to foster and promote the development of the music and film industries in Northern Ontario. As a development agency, MFM seeks to create economic development opportunities in Northern Ontario’s cultural industries.