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PLACES LIMITED TO 20 PARTICIPANTS
In 2020, the Création Plurielle workshop difficulties faced by professionals identifying as Indigenous or from ethnocultural diversity in securing project funding, and how few projects are submitted to Canadian institutions and eventually receive funding. Thought in two parts, the first workshop (The financing landscape) explores the various funding opportunities and the second (Writing for Public Funds) the best practices to accessing them.
Writing for public funds
Khoa Lê, filmmaker
Presenting your project, orally and in writing
How to demystify institutional language, structure your writing and presentation, and write for institutions: breaking down entry barriers by understanding institutional language.
Priority will be given to filmmakers from communities that identify as Indigenous, LGBTQ2S+, or from ethnocultural diversity, and individuals with disabilities.
Places are limited
This workshop is also offered on Wednesday 18 November at 11:00 am.
Presented with the financial support of Bell Fund
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