Charles Street Video (CSV) is a non-profit production organization established in 1981 to help support media artists. We provide affordable access to equipment and post-production editing facilities for creating videos, films, installations and other media art forms. We offer regular workshops, training sessions and residencies.
CSV also commissions artists to create new works, and sponsors a variety of youth-oriented production programs and post-secondary scholarships. We actively participate in local exhibitions of media art through our partnerships with arts organizations and grassroots festivals.
Charles Street Video fosters the creation of media art, encourages experimentation, and develops an artistic community and is Toronto’s leading media arts production centre where emerging and established artists gather and achieve their artistic vision.
CSV is supported by its members, the Canada Council for the Arts, the Ontario Arts Council and the City of Toronto through the Toronto Arts Council for operating funding and by the Government of Canada through the Department of Canadian Heritage, the Ontario Trillium Foundation and the Canada Council for the Arts for capital funding.
Ed BarreveldSpeaks about DocumentaryEmmy Award winning producer Ed Barreveld candidly talks about the state of documentary in Canada and the challenges facing documentary filmmakers in the 21st century.
Thu 18 December 7pm - 10pm
Video ChuckAnnual Holiday FunOur annual Holiday Video Chuck is back. Come celebrate another year with CSV staff and members, oyster shucking and screenings.