Vancouver, Canada (April 1, 2021) – Trickfilm Entertainment Inc. (Trickfilm, or the Company), a revolutionary platform for the production, distribution, and monetization of animated content is pleased to announce that it has received a non-repayable contribution of up to $100,000 from the National Research Council of Canada Industrial Research Assistance Program (NRC-IRAP), a federally-funded program that supports the commercialization of innovative Canadian technologies.

The contribution will support Trickfilm’s development of it’s minimum viable product. In addition, NRC-IRAP will also provide both technical and business-oriented advisory services.

“We are pleased to secure funding and advisory support from NRC-IRAP,” stated Jeremy McCarron, Trickfilm’s founder and CEO. “This is a significant step towards our mission to revolutionize the distribution and monetization of animated content. Work completed under this program will build a solid foundation for the Trickfilm platform” he added.

Trickfilm is a real-time animation streaming platform which translates the production techniques, distribution methods, and revenue models from video games to the animation industry. The platform empowers animation producers to connect directly with their audiences and effectively monetize their intellectual properties through the sale of virtual goods to end users. For further information, visit the Web site at www.trickfilm.com