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
- January 25, 2021Congratulations to the 40 teams who were awarded the tools to make a documentary about the local heroes in their community. Creative BC is proud to partner with STORYHIVE on the Local Heroes Documentary Edition program.
- December 15, 2020Youth Media Alliance (YMA) and Women in Animation (WIA) are looking for women (cis and trans women) as well as gender non-conforming and non-binary animators, illustrators, designers, story board designers, comic book illustrators, visual effects artists, video game artists, concept artists who show a talent and passion for animation for children’s content.
- December 15, 2020Prepare to pitch for development funds and a development deal for your project. Sell your project to prestigious festival markets like Hot Docs International Documentary Festival and beyond! Six emerging and high-potential creators (writers, producers or directors) will be selected for this rigorous and intimate market-preparation course where they’ll develop a successful festival strategy and hone their project pitches and materials to prepare for festivals and markets like the Deal Maker program at Hot Docs.
The Breakthrough Program was created with a mandate to provide more access and inclusion for individuals self-identifying as Black, Indigenous, a person of colour, and/or LGBTQ+ and to increase participation for emerging film creators from underrepresented communities. We encourage applicants to self-identify in their application.
- November 16, 2020The Canadian Creative Accelerator (CCA) is an initiative of the Canadian Trade Commissioner Service at The Consulate General of Canada in Los Angeles. The initiative aims to increase the scope and global reach of Canadian television, film, music, and new media productions.