A collection of workshops designed to introduce emerging creators from underrepresented groups to topics related to business and financing for TV, film and original digital content.
National Screen Institute CEO Joy Loewen moderates One Stop Business Workshop, presented by CBC, CMPA and CAVCO
Register now for the free event, Your Province, Your Financing: Manitoba, Yukon, Northwest Territories and Nunavut, streaming on Wednesday June 23 at 2 p.m. EST.
BIPOC creators will meet online with teams from CBC podcasts, short docs, unscripted digital originals and more. Apply for the event by taking the online survey.
The first workshop is titled ‘Show me the money’! Explore how to monetize content on digital. Presented by Dan Fricker, operations lead at Shopify.
The free sessions will happen every day at 2 p.m. EST over a three-week period. Topics include pitching, negotiation, tax credits, content clearance and producing in the time of COVID.
The fund supports the production of digital content from emerging creators. Application deadline is September 20.
The fund will award up to $50K per project to BC producers and creators. Apply by August 5, 2019.
CBC will roll out up to 18 shorts during the 2016-17 season; submit your doc for consideration.
For the second year in a row, CBC has dedicated a show to the terrific short films made across our country via its Short Film Faceoff and Kellie Ann Benz has the short list.