- AQPM : Association québécoise de la production médiatique
- AQPFP: Association québécoise des producteurs de films publicitaires
- CNESST : Commission des normes, de l'équité, de la santé et de la sécurité du travail
- Federal Status of the Artist Act
- Quebec Act Respecting the Professional Status and Conditions of Engagement of Performing, Recording and Film Artists
- TAT : Tribunal administratif du travail
Quebec Film and Television Council (QFTC)
A non-profit organization whose mission is to contribute to the development of Quebec’s competitiveness as a world-class film and television production centre.
Quebec Film Sourcebook
Curated by the QFTC, this directory lists essential information for film industry decision-makers, on topics like tax incentives, infrastructure, filming locations, professional resources, post-production, special effects and more.
Montreal Film and TV Commission (MFTC)
This organization works collaboratively with the QFTC to assist and support film producers, and to consolidate Montreal’s status as a go-to destination for foreign productions.
Also known as the Laurentians Film and TV Commission (BCTL), this non-profit organization promotes the Laurentians region as a great outdoor filming location. Film Laurentides is also a helpful resource at all stages of production. Scenes for Warm Bodies, Red 2 and Zero Hour have been shot in this beautiful region north of Montreal.
Major Events Office, Quebec City
This organization is the acting local film and television council for Quebec City and the one-stop shop for producers planning to work in this historic area.
TAX CREDIT PROGRAMS
SODEC (Société de développement des entreprises culturelles)
The SODEC is a government agency that manages Quebec’s tax credit program for motion picture and television productions. Documents in the English language are available.
Canadian Film or Video Production Tax Credit (CPTC)
The CPTC provides eligible filming productions with a fully refundable tax credit. It is designed to promote Canadian productions and the growth of Canada’s independent film and video sector.
Film or Video Production Services Tax Credit (PSTC)
Is the refundable tax credit designed to encourage the employment of Canadians by a taxable Canadian corporation or a foreign-owned corporation, the activities of which are primarily in the film (or video) production business or related services.
STUDIO AND EQUIPMENT RENTALS
An established provider of multiple services for the film and television industry.
This agency leases and provides a wide range of studio and filming locations, as well as office, workshop and warehouse space.
Cast & Crew
A well-known provider of payroll services, specialized in the entertainment industry.
The leading provider of payroll services for the entertainment industry in Canada.