Web Sites for Film, Television, Radio and the Live Performing Arts
The Banff Centre has a site with information and programs for people interested in the film, television, radio and the live performing arts.
Directory for the Canadian Film, Television and Video Industry – lists the names and contact information for more than 4,000 professional organizations.
A thriving network of more than 1000 members of the Montreal film and TV industry. The MFG brings together everyone from producers to directors, actors to editors, animators to make-up artists and many others. The group holds events, workshops and parties throughout the city and its goal is to bring people together and grow the Montreal film and TV industry in exciting new ways. Free to join.
Main Film’s mandate is to facilitate, stimulate and promote independent filmmaking through bringing together the talents, resources and equipment for the realization of independent film (Independent means the artist holds complete creative control over their project from conception to completion), and by providing an environment for the exchange of ideas and experiences. In addition to providing filmmakers with production equipment and post-production facilities, Main Film is dedicated to promoting and disseminating independent films through a variety of activities including training workshops and a Production Support Programme.
Websites for Arts & Culture
Information on programs and projects related to arts and culture.
Provides information on heritage institutions.
Canadian Websites and E-zines About New Media
Search for Canadian institutions, organizations, events, production funds, networks and associations involved in new media.
New Media and Entertainment Directorate
A government Web site with information about new media and subjects such as copyright, commerce on the Internet and international business development.
Web Sites for Musicians
A list and links to songwriting organizations in Canada and the United States.
Electronic Musician is dedicated to informing musicians about developments in electronic music and personal-studio recording.
Web Sites for Artists
The Search Engine for New Jobs in Canada
Canadian Heritage Information Network
Links to database that include museum collections from across Canada.
World Wide Web Virtual library
Links to museums and exhibitions worldwide.
Links to exhibitions, museums and artists around the world.
The Buyers Market of American Craft is a wholesale trade show that provides artists the opportunity to build business relationships with craft buyers from all across the country.
Have a legal question about your practice as an artist or arts organization? CJAM provides free, one-to-one legal information services face-to-face or by phone.
Here you’ll find resources, tools, and news dedicated to artists and musicians reaching and engaging their fans on YouTube.
International Web sites and E-zines About New Media
A Web site for a company that does surveys and studies of new media and its users.
An E-zine with information about business, commerce and products on Internets and Intranets.
Reports on research into technologies such as digital television, holographic imaging, computer music, computer vision, electronic publishing, artificial intelligence, human/machine interface design and education-related technologies.
An organization that promotes ethical business practices worldwide and aims to increase consumer and corporate confidence in purchasing products and services on the Internet.
Organizations for Creators
CJAM – Montreal Artists Legal Clinic
CJAM helps artists make sense of the legal and business issues that affect their work.