Take a fresh look at content from Canada!

MIPJunior explore the best in Canadian animation and live-action programming for kids as part of MIPCOM’s 2012 “Canada Country of Honour” celebration.
MIPJunior is partnering with Telefilm Canada and the Canada Media Fund to present this year’s focus on Canada Snack & Screen. Hear from Canadian experts and discover the country’s rich creative community and co-production funding opportunities.

Explore Canada’s thriving kids entertainment market

  • $US 4.9 billion in annual TV and film production (source Canadian Media Production Association 2010)
  • The CMF provided $US 59 million to Children’s and Youth productions in 2011-2012.
  • Discover Canadian produced animated and live-action series!

    Kids: Rob the Robot

    Kids: Rob the Robot

    Production company: Amberwood Entertainment
    Join Rob, the galaxy's most curious and adventurous robot as he explores the wondrous planets with his friends. A3D animated preschool series full of fun.

    Family: Walter 100%

    Family: Walter 100%

    Production company: Image Entertainment Corporation
    Charming, funny, and irreverent, Walter bumbles his way through hilarious situations while trying to right environmental wrongs. A mix of Charlie Chaplin and Mr. Bean, this broad physical comedy series has a highly unusual star. A cartoon character suddenly comes to life complete with a host of "green" tricks up his sleeve to get out of complicated situations!

    International sales: Degrassi

    International sales: Degrassi

    Production company: Epitome Pictures
    With equal measures of humour, angst and heart, the students of Degrassi grapple with a series of “firsts” as they begin their journey into adulthood.

  • Canada Country of Honour “Snack & Screen”

    Sunday 7 October from 12.30 to 13.30

    Discover a treasure-trove of Canadian programmes for kids and meet the producers behind the imagination. The Snack & Screen begins with a 30-minute fast-paced showcase of animation, live-action and digital productions, followed by a “meet-the-producers” networking lunch open to all delegates. See how Canadian producers are tapping new markets, and discover new projects catering to kids of all ages, with a worldwide appeal for all markets. Curated and presented by Catalina Briceno, Director of Industry and Market trends, Canada Media Fund.

    Learn more about the Canada Country of Honour “Snack & Screen”

  • Who was at MIPJunior 2012?

    Discover the full list of Canadian companies and exhibitors registered.

    Programme Partners: Canada Media Fund, Telefilm Canada, Cineflix, ACTRA, Canada Tourism Commission, EOne, Omnifilm Entertainment, OMDC, Take 5, White Pine Productions, Aetios, Banff World Media Festival, British Columbia Film + Media, Canadian Media Production Association, Corporation Image, Film Nova Scotia, Manitoba Film & Music, Ricardo Media

  • The Canada Country of Honour focus continued at MIPCOM!

    • A special “Canada” Fresh TV showcase curated by The WIT’s Virginia Mouseler
    • Best in Canada co-production screenings
    • Digital innovation screenings
    • Co-production matchmaking events
    • Talks with leading Canadian producers and media moguls
    • In-depth overview of Canadian market and funding opportunities

    Discover our focus on Canada at MIPCOM 2012

  • Essential Canada

    Essential Canada

    MIPCOM News Special Issue

    A comprehensive survey of the Canadian entertainment industry, our Essential Canada supplement is a must-keep resource for everyone producing and doing business with Canada.
    8,500 copies distributed at both MIPCOM (Monday Daily News) and MIPJunior. Sales Deadline: Tuesday 25 September.

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  • Sponsors and Partners

    Telefilm Canada Canada Media Fund
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