Train & Grow a Skilled Local Workforce

B2F ROADMAP : TRAINING

TRANSFERRING SKILL SETS TO FILM SETS

Train & Grow a Skilled Local Workforce

B2F ROADMAP : TRAINING

TRANSFERRING SKILL SETS TO FILM SETS

B2F’s pioneering Hyper-local model recognizes that sector growth comes from training a local workforce, and the best way to do this is through hands-on training that requires a pipeline of continuous production.

It’s not just about making movies, it’s about creating good jobs, improving quality of life, and growing new opportunities.

Our Hyper-local model was successfully used to make Kingston’s first $1M + end-to-end production – DENMOTHERCRIMSON (DMC) – and through its 60% local hires demonstrated that transferring skills sets to film sets through hands-on experience, training and mentorship is an integral piece to building out a skilled local workforce for film and television production.

An estimated 1000 former GM workers were able to bring their skills to content production and now work on Greater Toronto Hamilton Area (GTHA) film sets.

B2f’s slate of 10 films over the next 3 years will be the catalyst Kingston requires to continue to train and build a skilled local Film and Television workforce which is necessary to participating in one of the province’s fastest growing industries.

A thriving Kingston Film & TV Production Industry with its skilled-labour force touches multiple sectors of our local economy.  

B2F’s pioneering Hyper-local model recognizes that sector growth comes from training a local workforce, and the best way to do this is through hands-on training that requires a pipeline of continuous production.

It’s not just about making movies, it’s about creating good jobs, improving quality of life, and growing new opportunities.

Our Hyper-local model was successfully used to make Kingston’s first $1M + end-to-end production – DENMOTHERCRIMSON (DMC) – and through its 60% local hires demonstrated that transferring skills sets to film sets through hands-on experience, training and mentorship is an integral piece to building out a skilled local workforce for film and television production.

An estimated 1000 former GM workers were able to bring their skills to content production and now work on Greater Toronto Hamilton Area (GTHA) film sets.

B2f’s slate of 10 films over the next 3 years will be the catalyst Kingston requires to continue to train and build a skilled local Film and Television workforce which is necessary to participating in one of the province’s fastest growing industries.

A thriving Kingston Film & TV Production Industry with its skilled-labour force touches multiple sectors of our local economy.  

[WE ARE] BRANDED TO FILM

BUILDING TO CREATE $100 M PRODUCTION SECTOR

Together with support from investment partners, B2F will continue developing the production sector in Kingston/Frontenac. We would love to connect with you about investing in B2F.

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