NBFC + imagineNATIVE
1st ANNUAL MENTORSHIP PROGRAM:
CALL FOR APPLICANTS in NEW BRUNSWICK
Make a short film for imagineNATIVE 2013 and Silver Wave 2013!
DEADLINE: February 11, 2013 by 5:00PM
Are you an emerging Indigenous media artist living in New Brunswick? Do you have a great idea for a 5 minute short film? Explore Digital or Bolex filmmaking through New Brunswick Film Co-op's (NBFC) workshops, equipment and facilities. Shoot and edit your ideas to film, and see them on screen at the 14th annual imagineNATIVE Film + Media Arts Festival and the Silver Wave Film Festival (imagineNATIVE takes place in Toronto from October 16–20, 2013 and Silver Wave Film Festival takes place November 7-10, 2013)
You will be provided with a full NBFC Membership, and be eligible to enroll in any training workshop offered during their Winter and Summer 2013 calendar of workshops. You will be paired with NBFC’S knowledgeable staff and a specially selected mentor is needed to help you through your various development, production and post-production stages.
The participant will receive the opportunity to use the NBFC’s extensive equipment and facilities for their film. As every film is unique, equipment and facilities access will be established in the development phase at the NBFC’s discretion.
NFB + imagineNATIVE
SEEK PROPOSALS FOR INNOVATIVE INTERACTIVE MEDIA PROJECTS
EXTENDED DEADLINE: February 14, 2013 by 5:00PM
WHAT KIND OF WORK IS ELIGIBLE?
We’re looking for audacious, innovative, socially relevant interactive media works. Proposals can be for works in any digital medium and genre, including interactive documentary, mobile and locative media, interactive animation, interactive photo essay, data visualization and physical installation. The project needs to be realizable within a $30K–$50K budget range.
WHO CAN SUBMIT?
Aspiring and established Indigenous new-media artists with Canadian citizenship.
WHICH THEMES SHOULD I FOCUS ON?
Your work can explore any theme(s). The selection committee will consider innovation in form, content and message.
Download PDF with complete details: http://www.nfb.ca/imaginenative/proposals
LIFT + imagineNATIVE
9th ANNUAL MENTORSHIP PROGRAM: CALL FOR APPLICANTS
Make a short film for imagineNATIVE 2013!
DEADLINE: February 15, 2013 by 5:00PM
Do you have a great idea for a 5 minute short film? Explore 16mm filmmaking through Liaison of Independent Filmmakers of Toronto's (LIFT) workshops, equipment and facilities (other mediums may be employed). Shoot and edit your ideas on film, and see them on screen at the 14th annual imagineNATIVE Film + Media Arts Festival, which will take place in Toronto from October 16–20, 2013!
You will be provided with a LIFT Membership, and be eligible to enroll in any training workshop offered during their Winter and Summer 2013 calendar. You will be paired with LIFT’s knowledgeable staff and a specially selected mentor to help you through your various development, production and post-production stages. imagineNATIVE will subsidize some additional costs related to your project, and facilitate aspects of your post-production stages.
Please note: Projects must be realistic in scope and subject matter as they must be completed and transferred to digital by September 25, 2013.
CSV + imagineNATIVE RESIDENCY
(For mid career to senior Indigenous artists around the GTA only)
Make a short video for imagineNATIVE 2013!
DEADLINE: February 22, 2013 by 5:00PM
Are you a mid-career or senior video or filmmaker looking to deepen your knowledge of video making? Expand your familiarity with new technologies, and work hands-on with the knowledgeable staff at Charles Street Video (CSV) who will train you on how to you use new equipment, such as the RED EPIC Camera and Arri compact primes, and new editing software. This residency is an opportunity to create a new short work (5-10 mins), to premiere at the 14th Annual imagineNATIVE Film + Media Arts Festival (October 16-20, 2013). You will also deliver a workshop at CSV regarding your work and process to CSV and imagineNATIVE members after the Festival.
The selected recipient will be provided with a one-year CSV Membership and be eligible to enroll in any production and post-production training workshop offered during their residency. The recipient will also be paired with CSV’s knowledgeable staff to help through various development, production and post-production stages. The recipient will be paired with a dedicated mentor in a production role in which they would like to hone their skills (writer, script editor, producer, sound designer, composer, cinematographer, etc.). These can be professionals the recipient has a relationship with, or can be recommended from CSV or imagineNATIVE’s members or clients. An honorarium will be provided to the selected mentor to advise and assist with your production. All rights to the created work will be retained by the artist.