Yukon Film & Sound Commission
The Yukon has the talent, experience, equipment and locations to support your production. You can rely on a wide range of film industry professionals, businesses and suppliers to get your job done. The Yukon Film & Sound Commission is here to help. Our staff of hard working, dedicated professionals will help you with:
Our staff will breakdown your script and provide you with digital images of locations that will work financially and creatively for your production
Want to come and see Yukon for yourself? The Yukon Film & Sound Commission would love to talk to you about hosting the Yukon portion of your scouting trip.
Our staff are happy to assist you with production research and information, location expertise, and assistance with other support and technical services. We want to make
The Government of Yukon has been supporting film work in the Yukon since the mid 1980s through various programs and services. In 1990, with the impending Klondike Gold Rush Centennial celebrations, the government vested support for film within the Department of Tourism. In 1998 a formal Film Commission was established.
In April 2003, the Government of Yukon undertook a review of the Yukon Film Commission as part of its move to the Department of Economic Development. Under the direction of a steering committee of industry stakeholders, this review resulted the addition of sound to the mandate of the Yukon Film Commission, which was renamed Yukon Film & Sound Commission (YFSC) in October 2004.
To support a sustainable and competitive film and sound recording industry, the Yukon Film and Sound Commission launched the Yukon Film & Sound Incentive Program in 2001. The Programs, now composed of six separate funds or incentives initiatives including a new sound recording program launched in July 2005, will disburse a total of $760,000 in 2007.