Following up on the workshops offered in 2020, these workshops aim to respond to the needs of professionals from First Nations, Inuit, Métis, Afrodescendent, and racialized communities who are submitting an audiovisual project.
This workshop will provide an overview of the strategies that the beginner filmmaker needs to know in order to produce a first film in a "professional" context (i.e. outside of academic institutions). Topics will include: source(s) of funding, writing, minimum budget and the art of hustle.
Ky Nam Le Duc - Director
These workshops are primarily for creators from Indigenous, Afrodescendent, or racialized communities.
Open to Forum accredited participants. Space is limited – registration required.
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This workshop replaces the initially programmed workshop : Approaching Distributors.
Presented by Bell Fund
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