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WIFTV PRESENTS: FROM OUR DARK SIDE

A national contest seeking the best in Canadian women-driven Genre Film Ideas!

Sponsored by Super Channel, Telefilm Canada and Creative B.C.

Submit your 3-5 page Genre Film outline by January 15, 2015 and win a mentorship package designed to help you get your feature length project to the next stage. †No previous film writing experience necessary.

Details: http://www.womeninfilm.ca/National_Genre_Concept_Competition.html
Resources: http://www.womeninfilm.ca/Resource_page.html
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/FromOurDarkSide
Twitter:† https://twitter.com/FromOurDarkSide


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WIFTV December Networking Breakfast in Whistler! posted on 2:07 PM, November 24, 2014
Date:††December 5th, 2014 Time:††9 am - 10 am Location:†Westin Hotel: 4090 Whistler Way, Whistler, BC V0N 1B4, Firerock Lounge † No registration is necessary. No Fee. Everyone is welcome! Host:††Laura...
FROM OUR DARK SIDE INFO SESSION & HOLIDAY MEET-AND-GREET posted on 4:56 PM, November 19, 2014
Join us on December 9, 2014 for a screening of Karen Lam's short genre film Doll Parts followed by an info session about our Genre Writing Contest with From Our Dark Side producer Sharon McGowan. After...
WIFTV ACTOR MENTORSHIP PROGRAM posted on 5:08 PM, November 17, 2014
-- †The goal of this mentorship is to provide†female actors with guidance and inspiration in developing their craft and advancing their acting careers. The six-month program matches successful applicants...
FILM FINANCING CASE STUDIES posted on 12:04 PM, November 10, 2014
Donít miss this workshop where producers with recent success in financing their projects will share how they did it. From maxing out oneís credit card to agency funding, learn how filmmakers are putting together the funds to realize their projects.
WILLIAM F. WHITE PRODUCTION MANAGER MENTORSHIP FOR THE INDEPENDENT PRODUCER posted on 4:16 PM, November 5, 2014
Women in Film and Television Vancouver and William F. White are pleased to open the call for applications to the 2015 Production Management Mentorship. †The mentorship is designed for the independent producer...
GENDER EQUALITY POLICY posted on 2:02 PM, October 16, 2014
Fourteen leaders of women's media organizations and unions, representing over 40,000 professional members of Canada's film and television industry met at a landmark summit in St. John's, NL on Oct. 14. Delegates unanimously supported the release of seven recommendations designed to address the current gender imbalance behind the camera and on screen.
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