- March 23, 2021Indie Spirit's debut livestream is taking place Tuesday, March 30, 2021 at 6pm PST on VIFF Connect. An expansion of VIFF's tentpole event, Totally Indie Day, the year-round Indie Spirit Talks celebrate bold independent filmmaking and are intended for the next generation of filmmakers. Detailing how influential directors guide their ambitious projects from the page to the screen, these sessions offer the next generation of storytellers insights into how to employ both vision and resourcefulness.
- March 22, 2021The Vancouver Post Alliance Mentorship Program nurtures emerging talent in the post production entertainment industry by connecting accepted Mentees with established professionals who can offer advice and guidance. Mentees get the opportunity to gain a deeper understanding of the post production industry’s business practices and culture, focus their efforts, and hone their skills.
- March 21, 2021The Vancouver Asian Film Festival (VAFF) and Richard K. Wong established the Richard Wong Film Fund (RWFF) to assist talented Asian Canadian filmmakers and TV producers, to produce creative projects that raise the profile of Asians in Canada.
- March 19, 2021March 21, 2021 | International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination aims to foster a global culture of tolerance, equality and anti-discrimination. This year’s theme is “youth standing up against racism”, reflecting how the youth populations showed up and supported marches, in-person and virtual protest as they mobilized participation, empowered each other to engage, and held each other accountable.
Bell Media’s The Harold Greenberg Fund and Creative BC Announce Latest Selections for BC Shorts ProgramMarch 18, 2021TORONTO (March 18, 2021) – Bell Media’s The Harold Greenberg Fund announced today its latest round of selections for the BC Shorts Program. The initiative, developed in partnership with Creative BC, is designed to finance short films by filmmaking teams from British Columbia, showcasing new creative visions and furthering the careers of writers, producers, and directors as they move towards feature filmmaking