Registration is now open for Winnipeg’s inaugural Indigenous Film Summit, a first-of-its-kind event in Manitoba aimed at emerging and professional Indigenous directors, writers and producers.
The goal is to provide attendees with an understanding of funding opportunities, documentary producing, feature film development, crowdfunding education and networking with top industry professionals.
Created and organized by members of Winnipeg’s Indigenous Filmmakers Association, the event will feature keynote speakers Jesse Wente (Canada’s Indigenous Screen Office), Ian Skorodin and Patricia Gomes (LA Skins Film Festival), Erica Daniels (CBC New Indigenous Voices grad and producer, Kejic Productions) and film director Louise Big Eagle.
The event is organized by NSI grads Roger Boyer, Justina Neepin and Charlene Moore (all CBC New Indigenous Voices, NSI IndigiDocs).
Early bird registration cost is $75 ($100 after May 31) and includes a networking lunch and reception. Find out more and register.
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