- Canadian Film Centre
CFC is Canada's largest institution for advanced training in
Film, Televisionand New Media. A leader in the rapidly changing entertainment landscape, CFC is committed to promoting and investing Canada's diverse talent; providing exhibition, ﬁnancial, and distribution opportunities for top creative content leaders from coast to coast. CFC makes a signiﬁcant cultural and economic contribution to Canada by launching the country's most creative ideas and voices in ﬁlm, television and new media to the world.
Founded in 1988 by Canadian-born Academy Award-nominated filmmaker
Norman Jewison, CFC provides training for emerging directors, writers, producers, editors and new media professionals from Canada and abroad.
*CFC Media Lab
* [http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0289186/ Paul Fox]
* [http://www.cfccreates.com The Canadian Film Centre Website]
* [http://www.shorterisbetter.com The Worldwide Short Film Festival Website]
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