Applications are now open for the TELUS STORYHIVE 2021 Black Creators Edition in partnership with the Black Screen Office, with training and mentorship from the National Screen Institute.
The goal of this edition is to support capacity building for Black content creators in British Columbia and Alberta and contribute to empowerment of the next generation of Black creators.
TELUS STORYHIVE is looking for project ideas that are locally reflective – focused on people, topics or events that are relevant and connected to the project lead’s community of residence. Projects can be fiction or non-fiction, and must be categorized as documentary, drama, comedy or web series pilot.
Successful applicants will receive a $20K production grant, training and mentorship from the National Screen Institute and distribution support.
The application deadline is October 6 at 5 p.m. PDT. Read the application guidelines and apply now!