Film Nova Scotia
Film Nova Scotia focuses on creating competitive conditions for the province's film industry. Through direct investment and tax credits, Film Nova Scotia and the Nova Scotia government make a financial contribution to Nova Scotia's film industry of $15 - $20 million annually.
A strong supporter of local talent, Film Nova Scotia offers several programs and services for up-and-coming and established local film makers. With our Investment, Export Development & Marketing, and Industry Development programs, Film Nova Scotia ensures that our province is a great place for the film business. Nova Scotian producers create very compelling feature films like Shake Hands with the Devil, (Halifax Film), and Just Buried (Standing 8 Productions), as well as television programs such as Trailer Park Boys and many variety and documentary programs.
Nova Scotia's vibrant scenery and talented professionals attract productions from all over North America and abroad. You may recognize Nova Scotia on screen in Snow Angels (Kate Beckinsale), K-19: The Widowmaker (Harrison Ford and Liam Neeson), The Shipping News (Kevin Spacey and Judi Dench), Dolores Claiborne (Kathy Bates and Jennifer Jason Leigh), and the recent Jessie Stone TV movie series (Tom Selleck) .
To find out more about Film Nova Scotia, visit www.filmnovascotia.com