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Creative Industries

As Canada’s fourth-largest filming jurisdiction, Calgary is home to award-winning talent and crews, world-renowned locations and a purpose-built film studio. It’s no wonder Calgary is a location of choice for local, national and international filmmakers who are inspired to bring their stories to the world – and the podium.


 Interested in pursuing a Career in Film & TV? 

If you are looking for employment opportunities in the film and television industry in Calgary and Alberta please contact:

• ACTRA — 403-228-3123

• Directors Guild of Canada — 403-217-8672

• IATSE 212  403-250-2199

 ICG Local 669 — 1-800-531-3855 (Toll Free)

• Teamsters — 403-259-4608 


Calgary Film Centre

The Calgary Film Centre has your production covered, with 50,000 square feet of purpose-built sound stages and 35,000 square feet of workshop and warehouse space. Co-located with anchor tenant William F. White, Canada’s largest provider of professional motion picture, television, interactive digital media and theatrical production equipment, the Calgary Film Centre is equipped to service year-round productions.

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Calgary-based Film & TV Productions


TV Series:

The Revenant
Brokeback Mountain
The Bourne Legacy
Ghostbusters: Afterlife

Fargo (Seasons 1, 2 & 3)
Tin Star
Hell on Wheels
Wynonna Earp (Seasons 1, 2, 3 & 4)
Black Summer (Seasons 1 & 2)

A Location That Inspires Creativity

“Alberta, simply put, is a film and television maker’s dream”
-Anson Mount, Hell on Wheels, Thank-You Letter to Calgary, July 2016

From the deserts of Afghanistan to the battlefields of feudal Japan to a trendy restaurant in Beverly Hills, Calgary is a chameleon able to play a wide spectrum of roles.

While best known for our majestic, awe-inspiring scenery central to the imagery and imagination evoked by the frontier of the untamed West, Calgary's remarkably diverse geography and vibrant urban settings make it a very popular setting for a vast range of productions. Within a three-hour radius of Calgary, a filmmaker can experience the prairies, the Badlands, the Rocky Mountains and two large municipalities.

A Location That Inspires Creativity Side by Side
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Luke Azevedo

Luke Azevedo

Vice President Creative Industries & Film Commissioner

Film-Friendly Businesses

The following is a list of Calgary region-based companies that cater to the Film & TV industry. These companies are available to filmmakers and producers looking to work in the Calgary region.