Cinematographic Works (Right to Remuneration) Regulations
The definitions in this section apply in these Regulations.
Canadian government film agency means a federal or provincial agency engaged in the development and production of cinematographic works.
Canadian program means a as defined in subsection 2(1) of the Pay Television Regulations, 1990, in section 2 of the Specialty Services Regulations, 1990, and in section 2 of the Television Broadcasting Regulations, 1987.
PRESCRIBED CINEMATOGRAPHIC WORKS
The following are prescribed cinematographic works for the purposes of section 17 of the Copyright Act, namely, a cinematographic work in which a performer’s performance has been embodied as a result of an agreement entered into by the performer on or after April 22, 1999:
(a) in respect of which the Minister of Canadian Heritage has issued a Canadian film or video production certificate under the Income Tax Act;
(b) that is recognized as a Canadian program by the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission; or
(c) that has received production funding from Telefilm Canada, or other Canadian government film agency.
COMING INTO FORCE
These Regulations come into force on April 22, 1999.
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