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Tune in to C21FM today from 10am

Today we hear from a string of leading executives about the benefits of bringing production to Quebec, the Canadian province’s international coproduction relationships, financial incentives, locations, studio facilities and more, as part of C21’s Content Quebec On Demand online conference.

Tune in to C21FM by CLICKING HERE.

C21’s Content Quebec On Demand virtual conference kicked off last week, shining a spotlight on the Canadian province and what it has to offer the international TV business, from content with global appeal and coproduction partnerships through to local filming incentives, financial support, locations and facilities.

The Canadian province is currently enjoying a boom in international production, due to offering generous tax incentives and having strict measures in place to manage the pandemic. Its scenery also has the ability to double up as numerous cities and countries around the globe, from New York to Berlin.

A string of leading executives spoke to Ideacom International president Josette D Normandeau about these things and what makes Quebec such a popular destination for international TV production.

Among the line-up are (pictured L-R) Chanelle Routhier, film and TV commissioner for the Province of Quebec at the Quebec Film & Television Council; Sysamone Vilayvong, tax credit manager at government agency SODEC; Marie-Josée Pilon, film commissioner at Laurentides Film and TV Commission; studio chiefs Martin Carrier from MELS and Group Dazmo’s Iohann Martin; Montréal Film and Television Commission cultural development agent Yan Ethier; and Muse Entertainment’s president of production Irene Litinsky.

Video versions of this session and all the rest are available on if you’re a Pro subscriber and C21FM will play highlights from the first week of Content Quebec over the weekend and Monday.

C21FM is live 24/7, with a block of interviews starting at 10am BST at You can download the audio from the C21 Podcast by CLICKING HERE.

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