November 23, 2015
Applications are accepted from October 1 - November 23, 2015
Women in Film and Television Vancouver and William F. White are pleased to open the call for applications to the 2016 Production Management Mentorship. The mentorship is designed for the independent producer who is interested in increasing their knowledge of Production Management including the ins and outs of equipment requirements and rentals as well as budgeting and resource planning for both low and high budget shows.
The mentorship curriculum will be customized to the level and schedule of the selected participant and will include hands-on instruction at William F. White’s under the supervision of Ed Brando, Manager of Client Services, as well as informational sessions with a professional Production Manager.
Those interested in applying must have on set experience on a minimum of two short films (corporate and or industrial included) in the capacity of producer or production manager. The participant will be selected based on how well the mentorship serves them at this time in their career.
To apply, please register above, pay the $30 registration fee and send, via email, in one pdf, your resume and a detailed letter explaining: why you want to participate in this mentorship program; how your previous experience prepares you for it; and what you hope to have achieved by the end of the mentorship experience. Letters should be a maximum of two pages and applications should be sent to email@example.com.
Applicants must be members in good standing of WIFTV at the time of application and for the duration of the program. The selected participant must be able to complete the program by September 2016.
Applications are due by November 23, 2015 by 5pm.
Applicants will be notified of the results by mid January.