July/August 2001

Porchlight Entertainment


What is PorchLight Entertainment?
PorchLight is an independent distributor of films and television. We focus solely on programs that promote positive values and/or are family-friendly.
PorchLight also produces and co-produces films and series, and currently produces two animated series that air on PBS: Jay Jay the Jetplane and Adventures From the Book of Virtues.

Distributor FAQ: Porchlight Entertainment


What is PorchLight Entertainment?
PorchLight is an independent distributor of films and television. We focus solely on programs that promote positive values and/or are family-friendly.

PorchLight also produces and co-produces films and series, and currently produces two animated series that air on PBS: Jay Jay the Jetplane and Adventures From the Book of Virtues.

Film/Video Arts


What is Film/Video Arts?
We are a nonprofit media arts organization which has been around for 33 years. We provide production and post-production equipment, fiscal sponsorship, plus youth and artist mentorship programs to our 1,200 members.

When and why did F/VA come into being?

Funder FAQ: Film/Video Arts


What is Film/Video Arts?
We are a nonprofit media arts organization which has been around for 33 years. We provide production and postproduction equipment, fiscal sponsorship, plus youth and artist mentorship programs to our 1,200 members.

When and why did F/VA come into being?

Canadian Filmmakers' Distribution


What is the Canadian Filmmakers’ Distribution Centre (CFMDC)?
The CFMDC is Canada’s oldest artist-run organization and it helps give underground and independent filmmakers a greater profile through exhibitions. It also helps to generate revenue through distribution for them.

Do you only distribute the work of Canadians?

Funder FAQ: Flintridge Foundation


What is the Flintridge Foundation?

Flintridge Foundation


What is the Flintridge Foundation?

Film Festivals: The Los Angeles Film Festival

Attend the Los Angeles Film Festival and you never quite forget that you’re in, well, Los Angeles. The nine-day event, which this year took place during the last week of April, is held at the DGA offices on Sunset Boulevard and Fairfax, mere blocks from the Paramount and CBS studios.

Distributor FAQ: Canadian Filmmakers’ Distribution Centre


What is the Canadian Filmmakers’ Distribution Centre (CFMDC)?
The CFMDC is Canada’s oldest artist-run organization and it helps give underground and independent filmmakers a greater profile through exhibitions. It also helps to generate revenue through distribution for them.

Do you only distribute the work of Canadians?

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