Manitoba’s film industry is growing by leaps and bounds.
Manitoba Film and Music says last year, production generated $173 million in revenue and so far this fiscal year – which ends in March – production has already hit $210 million.
Film commissioner Carole Vivier attributes the increase to a combination of the province’s tax credit, its growing reputation and the relationships being built with U.S.-based studios.
The productions range from major motion pictures to TV movies, to drama series, to documentaries. In addition, six Hallmark holiday movies were shot there in the past year.
Read more about Manitoba’s outstanding year here.