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THE 2018 EDITION OF THE QUEBEC FILM SOURCEBOOK WILL BE PUBLISHED THIS AUTUMN!




Montreal, June 13, 2017- The Quebec Film and Television Council will soon begin production of the 2018 edition of the Quebec Film Sourcebook.
 
For the last seven years, in addition to being available on the home page of the QFTC website in three different formats, the Quebec Film SourceBook is sent to more than 3,000 industry decision-makers every year. The Council also distributes it at international industry events and during QFTC economic missions to Los Angeles.
 
Consulted by our international clients and highly appreciated by our members, the Quebec Film SourceBook is a major marketing tool that targets foreign producers interested in filming in Quebec. Its extensive content contains all the essential information to make a project successful, including professional resources, filming locations, regions, tax incentives, infrastructure and much more.
The Quebec Film SourceBook Is Interactive
In addition to being available in PDF, E-PUB and vEdition versions, since 2017, the Quebec Film SourceBook has enhanced functionality for uploading videos, pop-ups and hyperlinks, creating an interactive experience between advertisers and readers. In order to provide a dependable tool for industry leaders, the Quebec Film SourceBook is also updated on a monthly basis.
 
To reserve your annual advertising space in the 2018 edition of the Quebec Film SourceBook, please contact 
Karl Boulé, QFTC Business Development Director.
 
You can also view the 2018 MEDIA KIT / Space reservation and artwork : August 28, 2017.
 
 
 Information: 

Karl Boulé, Business Development Director
T: (514) 499-7070, ext  223 - C: (514) 691-7303 
Email :  karl@qftc.ca
 
 
 
About the QFTC
The Quebec Film and Television Council (QFTC) is a non-profit organization that contributes to the development and competitiveness of Quebec as a world-class multi-screen production centre. As an economic development agency, its mission is to generate investment in Quebec by relying on competitive tax incentive programs, the expertise of industry members, architectural diversity, the quality of infrastructure and the industry’s ability to export its products to foreign markets.
 
The QFTC receives support from its Partners:  Air Canada, National Bank, Iatse 514, Téléfiction, Technicolor, Attraction,  Miller Thomson, Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton, Hôtel William Gray, Intercontinental, le Ritz Carlton, Corporate Stays hotels, Loews Hôtel Vogue and Hôtel Gault/Monville as well as assistance from various federal, provincial and municipal governmental departments. For more details, visit www.qftc.ca.

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