Sonya Ballantyne and Sage receive Harold Greenberg, MFM short film funding

Harold Greenberg Fund / Link to Bell Media

Broken Glass, a project from writer/director Sage and producer Sonya Ballantyne (both CBC New Indigenous Voices, NSI IndigiDocs), is one of four short film projects selected for the inaugural Manitoba Shorts Program from the Harold Greenberg Fund (HGF) in partnership with Manitoba Film & Music.

The HGF/Manitoba Shorts Program is designed to bolster emerging talent in Manitoba. It offers emerging filmmaking teams $20K each to make dramatic short films aimed at showcasing new creative visions and furthering their careers toward feature filmmaking.

In Broken Glass a young poet, confronted by his junky ex-lover, has to make a decision about their lives together.

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