The NFB presents... A Legal Issues Workshop Re: Documentary and Animation!

The National Film Board’s Head of Business Affairs is offering a workshop on the morning of March 7th. It is a basic training course on legal issues regarding documentaries and animation, targeted towards producers, executive producers, administrators, production coordinators and filmmakers/creators. This training is a refresher of known concepts and a useful production tool. NFB legal counsels use both theoretical and practical approaches dealing with basic copyright principles, trade-mark issues, privacy issues, shooting location issues and defamation. The presentation session is accompanied by the viewing of NFB film excerpts in Campus to illustrate the legal issues. The practical aspect

"Celebrating 35 years of nurturing film culture and filmmakers in NB"  A Film Charity with Let government know how you feel about cuts to the arts and film in NB. You can contact Bill Fraser here: ---------------------------------- "Yesterday’s NB budget also contained a cut for the film industry in New Brunswick – a cut from $5 million in funding to $2.5 million – a figure much lower than the $3.5 that was the Film industry’s previous funding level." ---------------------------------- Fredericton, February 3, 2016 – The New Brunswick Arts Board (artsnb) is deeply concerned by today’s announcement by the Department of Tourism, Heritage and Culture that it will be firing all artsnb

WMW Pitch Competition: DEADLINE EXTENDED!!

CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS: Women Making Waves Pitch Competition 2016! DEADLINE FEB 21. Women in Film and Television - Atlantic (WIFT-AT) presents a remarkable opportunity for the women members of WIFT-AT to participate in a pitch competition at this year’s Women Making Waves (WMW) conference. One of WIFT-AT’s goals is to generate industry opportunities for our members. Whether you seek clients, subscribers, media exposure or mentoring, participation in this unique opportunity will give you and your documentary or fiction film idea pertinent and valuable exposure to people working in Atlantic-based Screen Arts Industries. Five, 5-minute pitches will be presented before an industry jury and live au


Attn: Calling all film-inspired, professionally-aspired women aged 18-30 !! New Waves is WIFT-AT’s workshop-based initiative for women* aged 18-30. It is a series of five workshops for a group of 8-10 participants with an interest in the Film and Television industries. No previous experience required. The New Waves program will be taking place during the months of March and April. It will kick off alongside the Women Making Waves conference — an entire weekend of events and opportunities that the participants will be welcome to attend as WIFT-AT’s special guests. During the conference, they will be paired with a mentor who will show them the ropes. As a series of five workshops, each intensi

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