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May 1, 2017
A collaboration between WIFTV, Cineworks and DOC BC, the Film and Media Showcase is a monthly member screening featuring works by members of the three organizations. Taking place in Cineworks Studio at 1131 Howe Street, the showcase will be held on the last Wednesday evening of each month from 7-10pm.
Each screening will include works by members of each organization followed by a question and answer session with the creators, and time for networking.
This initiative will provide working filmmakers an opportunity to share their creations with other practitioners, across genres and in a variety of lengths, in a forum created for discovery, discussion and inspiration.
To be eligible to present you must be a member of WIFTV at the time of registration and at the time of the screening, and you must be available to attend the screening and to participate in a question and answer session following the screening.
All genres and lengths are accepted.
The program is not curated. All films registered will be screened. We do not need to see your film in advance and we do not require a pre-screening copy.
Scheduling will be based upon running time and may also be influenced by theme or genre, determined by the other works in the program.
We will contact you to let you know when your work has been selected to screen. If you are not available to attend, we will re-schedule for another time.
Screening formats include: DVD, Blu-Ray or H.264 1080p file (.mp4, .mov or .avi)
When your work is scheduled to screen, you must deliver a copy, in one of these formats, to Cineworks at 1131 Howe St., at least two days prior to the screening for a tech check.
To register your work, please click on the register now button above and complete the questions in the form. No payment is necessary, but you will need to proceed through “check out” to complete the registration process.
You may register for more than one project but please register for each project separately.
As the projects will not be pre-screened for programming, please provide an accurate synopsis and description of your theme and genre where asked in the registration form.
Admission is free to the member screenings although they are for members only and not open to the general public. As such they are considered “private, non-commercial” screenings and do not confilict with festival requirements where films wth previous "pubic" screenings are not eligible.
Thank you for your registration. We look forward to screening your film!