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Information compiled by Judith Sandiford 

Canadian Filmakers' Distribution Centre, artist-driven, distributes films which operate outside the mainstream, are innovative and diverse in origin and expression. Represents 550 filmmakers worldwide and 2,600 film titles.

Charles Street Video, a non-profit, artist-run centre, provides media artists with opportunities for production, fosters media arts practice, rents editing suites, cameras and production gear.
Cinematheque Ontario is a year-round screening programme of world cinema in curated retrospectives, at Jackman Hall in the Art Gallery of Ontario (McCaul St.).
Hot Docs, North America's largest documentary festival, in April, presents cutting-edge documentaries from Canada and around the globe. Doc Soup is a monthly screening and discussion series at the Bloor Cinema.
Images Festival, in April each year, showcases and supports independent works in video, film, new media and installation from across Canada and around the world.
InsideOUT presents Canada’s largest queer film and video festival each year in May, and promotes and exhibits film and video by or about Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Trans (LGBT) people.
Interaccess electronic media arts centre is an exhibition space and production facility exploring the intersections of art and technology.

Liaison of Independent Filmmakers, a non-profit film co-op, supports and encourages independent filmmaking through the exchange of information and access to equipment and facilities.

Moving Pictures Festival of Dance on Film and Video, 3 days in November each year, explores the cross pollination of dance and the media arts, screens at the Gladstone Hotel 2006.
One Minute Film and Video Festival, sets a theme and time limitation (1 min) for submitted films, runs for one night in November each year at the Bloor Cinema in Toronto.
Pleasure Dome is a year-round film and video exhibition group dedicated to the presentation of experimental film and video.
Rendezvous with Madness Film Festival, Workman Arts presents an annual film festival in November of features and shorts on the facts and mythology surrounding mental health and addiction.
Trinity Square Video is a not-for-profit centre that provides artists and community organizations with video production/post-production support and services at accessible rates.
Toronto International Film Festival, for ten days in September each year, is one of the most successful cinematic events in the world, for premiering films.