Whether you are a producer exploring filming in Northern Ontario, a Northern Crew member looking for resources, or interested in a new career, CION has you covered.
Through consultations, industry resources and the ON Stage artist portal, CION helps musicians develop their careers, expand their networks, and explore their creativity.
Cultural Industries Ontario North (CION) is a non-profit cultural organization serving the needs of everyone working in music, film and television across Northern Ontario.
CION and partners offer free training to join a Northern film crew!
Get your foot in the door of the film and television industry as you learn how to scout locations in Northern Ontario.
CION accepting applications until Wednesday, November 16 for this virtual mentorship opportunity.
CION is hiring a skilled crew professional to help develop Northern Ontario's film and television industry crew workforce.
Upcoming complimentary workshops open to all Northerners interested in starting a career in the film and television production industry.
The Northern Ontario Heritage Fund Corporation (NOHFC) has supported over 200 productions representing an estimated $678 million in production costs.
Science North’s 7th giant-screen film production, Jane Goodall’s Reasons for Hope, will put a significant focus on Northern Ontario.
We talk with some of the songwriters who participated in the Canadian Songwriter Challenge to learn about their experience.
CION is thrilled to add Devin Mahesh and Peter Mihaichuk to CION's film sector development team!
Join Cultural Industries Ontario North (CION) at the Townehouse Tavern on May 6th, 2022 for the launch celebration of ON Stage, Northern Ontario’s music portal.
The virtual tour video details the unique and diverse reasons to film in Sudbury.
A new online directory for the North Bay film and television industry has launched.
CION is hiring a Film Sector Development Officer to support the continued growth of Northern Ontario's film and television production industries.
Science North seeking to build off success from past Skills Share Mentorship Program.
Melanie St-Pierre helms CION’s initiatives aimed at empowering musicians.
NOMFA winner and musician talks the advantages of living and working in North Bay
The Communications and Logistics Officer will work with Cultural Industries Ontario North (CION) staff and management to generate interest in the programs, events and services provided by CION, while reacting to inquiries of all kinds from the public and directing requests as needed. The Communications and Logistics Officer will track and analyze the results of CION’s programming, events and services to ensure activities are meeting CION’s key metrics of success.
The pandemic brought Resident Evil to Sudbury, and turned out to be perfect for Racoon City.
The composer, sound designer, and Canadore College professor talks about film and music in Ontario's North.
Head of TFS talks about partnership with Canadore College and the North's film industry.
The producer reflects on the North's growing film industry and its role in the success of her career.
THR has mentioned CION and FPS.
A career in music production in Thunder Bay and why events like NOMFA are so vital to artist communities in the North.
Unsettled builds on her experience filming in North Bay and on Nipissing First Nation.
Hear from the Timmins-born Letterkenny producer!
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