The Quebec Culture Capital Fund was created on November 7, 2011 by the Government of Québec and the Fonds de solidarité FTQ to provide innovative financing to Québec cultural organisations interested in exporting their projects and products.

The Quebec Culture Capital Fund has a $100 million budget to support the marketing and export of major Québec cultural products.

It proposes new and innovative financial instruments in the financing of Québec cultural organisations, which take the form of equity voting shares, preferred shares, and loans.

The Quebec Culture Capital Fund announced in June 2013 an investment of $5 million into the  Muse International Television Fund, a fund of $ 6.25 million dedicated to the acquisition of rights for the international distribution of Muse Entertainment’s original productions. The fund will help the distribution of “Played,” an original television series, which has been licensed by CTV to broadcast this Fall in Canada.

 Founded in June 1998, Muse today employs some of the country’s best film and television producers, talent and crews. A Canadian leader and one of the most active companies on an international scale in the field of international co-productions, Muse is widely recognized for its high-quality film and television productions with strong global appeal. Since its creation, Muse has produced, co-produced and provided production services for over 175 television movies and mini-series, TV series and feature films. The company has received 299 nominations and 95 awards, including 14 nominations for Emmy© Awards, of which it won five. Headquartered in Montréal, Muse has development and production offices in Toronto and Los Angeles.