Since the annoucement by the provincial government that filming activities are allowed to start again, the Montreal Film and TV Commission has elaborated a list of measures to be followed by productions who wish to occupy the public domain. Please head to the LOGISTICS section to find the document listing said mesures.
Due to preventive measures regarding the spread of Covid-19, the Montreal Film and Television Office's team remains at your service via telecommuting.
Thank you for understanding.
For its two fully equipped state-of-the-art studios and equipment providers. Constantly updated, the gear provided by both MELS and MTL Grande will satisfy the most discerning productions.
More than 1 000 000 square feet of studio backlot available
For its culturally diverse actors speaking multiple languages and its vast pool of extras from 120 different cultural communities.
The UDA represents French speaking professional artists working out of Quebec and elsewhere in Canada as well as artists working in another language than French with the exception of productions done in English and destined mainly to an English speaking audience.
ACTRA (Alliance of Canadian Cinema, Television and Radio Artists) is the union of more than 23,000 professional performers working in English-language recorded media in Canada including TV, film, radio and digital media.