The Island Media Arts Festival and the Confederation Centre Art Gallery are going to be hosting these wonderful workshops leading up to the festival:
The CBC Maritimes announces production award for Prince Edward Island Filmmakers.
The CBC Maritimes is pleased to announce the 3-2-1 Award for Prince Edward Island, 2011. The PEI 3-2-1 will be presented to a filmmaker to produce a short film for broadcast on the CBC Television in the Maritimes. The award is $12,500 cash.
To be eligible applicants must have completed 3 short films, the project must be suitable for distribution on 2 or more platforms and the film must be completed in 1 year.
The winner will be announced at the CBC sponsored Short Film Gala at the Island Media Arts Festival on May 15.
Last years winner was Jason Rogerson with the film Lucky 7. Lucky 7 will premiere at the Island Media Arts Festival during the CBC Shorts Gala screening on Sunday, May 15.
The application process begins today. The deadline for applications is Friday, April 29 at 5:00pm.
For further information contact:
From producers, Eliza Knockwood and Kathryn McKernan: “Kesalul (i am a part of you, you are a apart of me)- Renewal of the four sacred directions: is a documentary about healing as individuals, but also in our family, communities and planet.”
Send us a msg at IMAC if you’re interested in volunteering this Sunday, April 3rd. We’re shooting an ad for the upcoming IMAFestival, and we’d like to get a whole slew of extras. Tell your friends.
A reminder to get those submissions in by April 15th for this great project.
As a part of Charlottetown’s designation as a Cultural Capital in 2011, IMAC has partnered with the Island Film Factory, the Interactive Media Alliance (IMA), and the City of Charlottetown to create a wonderful opportunity for filmmakers and interactive media artists on PEI!
It’s Wednesday again, which means we have another Small Town Session to share. This one features the internationally acclaimed Acadian group, Vishten, with video work by Adam Perry.
New sessions are posted every Wednesday, February – June 2011
IMAC has partnered with ‘this town is small’ to present these musical treats. A diverse selection of excellent musicians from across PEI, beautifully recorded and lovingly filmed in interesting locations.
Two men ponder what awaits us in the afterlife. Viewer Discretion is Advised(NSFW). Made in Prince Edward Island, Canada.
“They don’t wear bikinis. They are fully clothed – all of them.”
Go to ponderings.ca for more episodes of Ponderings!
The PEI Screenwriters’ Bootcamp is entering its 1oth year!!!!!!! How exciting is that?! Stay tuned for more info and visit the PEI Screenwriters’ Bootcamp site.