Jeremy Torrie, Kelly Roulette selected for BIPOC TV & Film’s inaugural writing program

Congratulations to Jeremy Torrie (NSI Aboriginal Cultural Trade Initiative, Featuring Aboriginal Stories Program) and Kelly Roulette (NSI IndigiDocs) on being selected for BIPOC TV & Film’s inaugural Black + Indigenous Drama Intensive Program.

The program will simulate a writing room experience where each writer will have a full writer room session dedicated to workshopping their material. Writers will be paired with a mentor and have access to industry guest speakers.

Upon completion of the program, two of the eight program participants will be selected for a paid placement in a Canadian drama series writing room.

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