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TENOR FILMS PRODUCES A VIDEO SERIES ON CORPORATE COMPLIANCE

Tenor Films has recently produced a video series on corporate compliance for the Canadian Centre of Excellence for Anti-Corruption and WSP Global. Each video presents various corporate compliance challenges for private corporations in the fields of ethical governance, financial controls or third party relations. Tenor Films can assist your organization for the development and production of your training video project on legal issues or corporate best practices. cvs

SECURITY BRIEFINGS

In April 2015, Tenor Films started collaborating with the University of Ottawa's Security and Policy Institute of Professional Development to produce information videos on security issues in the world. Within the next few months, experts in various sectors will provide their perspective on current security issues. The first set of video explores the current challenges in the Middle East. For more information, visit the University of Ottawa's Security and Policy Institute of Professional Development Web Site .

NEW AJC VIDEO CAMPAIGN

Tenor Films is collaborating again with Association of Justice Counsel (AJC) in a new awareness campaign about the work of its members. Short videos present members of the AJC talking about their work with the Department of Justice of Canada or the Public Prosecution Service of Canada. It gives the public an opportunity to learn more about the work of these Crown Counsel. You can watch the videos on the AJC's YouTube Channel.

ARGENTINA’S RUTA 40 NOW AVAILABLE ON-LINE

Tenor Films is proud to announce the launch of the on-line version of its feature film Argentina's Ruta 40 on the Vimeo On Demand service. The film Argentina’s Route 40 recounts the journey made by Amy Arnold and Étienne Trépanier to the edge of South America. For six months, camera in hand, the Trépanier-Arnold duo cover the 5000km of the mythical Ruta 40 (route 40), which connects the Andean highlands of northern Argentina, to Tierra del Fuego in the south. The film received a warm welcome and was seen by close to 100,000 Canadians as part of the Grands Explorateurs film series. The film-makers share captivating images and allow the discovery of Argentina via a cast of colourful and endearing characters. This is an intimate film where passion becomes synonymous with Argentina. The film is currently only available in its original French version.