Nova Scotia has it all.

Urban sophistication, small town ambiance, and miles of unspoiled coastline.

Screen Nova Scotia is here to help you find the perfect locations and ideal production partners to complete your film, television, digital animation or commercial project.  

Media Flourish

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2016/2017 Season

Recent productions filmed in Nova Scotia include: Black Cop (Feature), Harry’s Island (MOW), Hopeless Romantic (Feature), Let’s Get Physical (TV; Pop TV), Locke & Key (Series Pilot; Hulu), Mr. D (TV; CBC), Pure (TV; Super Channel), Polaroid (Feature), Sex & Violence (TV; OUTtv), The Child Remains (Feature), The Crescent (Feature), The Curse of Oak Island (TV; History Channel), The Healer (Feature), The Mist (TV; Spike), This Hour Has 22 Minutes (TV; CBC), Trailer Park Boys (TV; Netflix), Werewolf (Feature), Weirdos (Feature) and more...

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Media Flourish

Nova Scotia's Screen Industry: We Mean Business

The screen industry has a positive impact on the lives of all Nova Scotians - economically, culturally, and socially.

Nova Scotia's screen industry works for everyone - contributing over $180 million to Nova Scotia's economy and generating economic spin-offs that benefit a diverse group of Nova Scotians and local businesses across the province.

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March 22nd, 2018
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Screen Nova Scotia adopts Canadian Creative Industries Code of Conduct

Screen Nova Scotia’s board of directors has voted to adopt the new Canadian Creative Industries Code of Conduct, effective immediately.

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Industry Updates

More than 1,600 Nova Scotians work in film, television and digital animation. Do you?

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