The summit aims to create an inclusive environment for industry professionals to network and advance their careers. Guest speakers and workshops will cover topics like finance, marketing, distribution and gender.
Ten alumni films will begin streaming on December 1. The festival, originally in person and virtual, has shifted to completely virtual.
Producer Scott Lepp and writer Jason Filiatrault are part of the new season. Production is expected to wrap in February 2021.
Will aims to lead the writers as they develop his original series idea and guide them through workshops with industry leaders.
See Inuit artists doc from Angela Heck, Ivan Hughes on CBC in Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta, BC north, November 21
Carved in Stone: Sanannguaqtit ᓴᓇᓐᖑᐊᖅᑎᑦ follows Inuit artists as they explain their history and culture through their medium.
Many of the selected projects were created through an NSI program. LA SKINS FEST runs from November 18 to 22.
Rachel Beaulieu, Rachel Cairns and Hayley Gray are three of the eight women chosen for the Story & Leadership program.
Monkey Beach picks up six awards and Ego of a Nation wins for best music video. The festival runs until November 14.
The New Corporation: The Unfortunately Necessary Sequel is set to open in 13 theatres starting November 13.
Receiver follows a caregiver who is confronted by an insidous caller who can control her mind. The virtual festival run from November 12 to 19.
National Screen Institute announces applications now open for NSI IndigiDocs: a customized online training program for Indigenous creators to develop a short documentary
Apply for this part-time program by December 15, 2020 at 5:30 p.m. ET.
After the episode airs on CBC Gem, Michelle Latimer and the cast will host a Zoom Q&A session.