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CHRC Releases Resources for the Film and Television Industry

February 9th 2012

CHRC is pleased to announce Production Accounting 101 - resources for purchase by trainers who want to offer workshops or in depth courses on production accounting in the film and television industry.

These resources can be directed to accountants wanting to get into the film and television industry; and to those already in the industry who want to get to the heart of it through accounting.

Production Accounting 101 includes a Course Syllabus and Instructor's Guide developed by Charles Zamaria for CHRC in 2009: Production Accounting for Film, Television and Digital Media.

The package also includes the presentation materials based on the Syllabus that were developed and delivered by industry expert John Gaskin, in workshops piloted with WIFT in Toronto and with RFAVQ in Montreal.

Order Production Accounting 101
from our web page.


"The more these types of courses happen, the better for the industry. The industry is going through a period of intense turmoil. To survive, the sector is going to have to be nimble and think outside of the proverbial box. The course did that.
Let's have more of them." -- Workshop participant

Production Accounting 101 covers several essential aspects of accounting: budgeting, legal requirements and considerations, bookkeeping, etc. Take advantage of these concise and timely resources written by and for film and television industry professionals.

The Cultural Human Resources Council (CHRC) is committed to strengthening the cultural labour force, and strives to be at the centre of vision and forward thinking in the area of cultural human resources development.

These projects are funded by the Government of Canada's Sector Council Program.

For more information:

Susan Annis
Executive Director
613.562.1535, ext. 22