for Black, Indigenous or a Person of Colour (BIPOC) producers, presented by the National Screen Institute - Canada (NSI) with support from presenting partner Canada Media Fund (CMF)
W1: March 14-23, 2022 online
W2: June 20-30, 2022 online
W3: October 30 – November 4, 2022 Edmonton, Alberta
EAVE on Demand Access Program, presented by the National Screen Institute - Canada (NSI) with support from presenting partner Canada Media Fund (CMF) is a one-year training program consisting of three workshops, with the goal of empowering BIPOC producers in Canada to become distinct storytelling voices in the global marketplace.
The program will combine the long experience that EAVE has in international training and networking with a tailor-made approach for Canadian producers who identify as Black, Indigenous or a Person of Colour (BIPOC), and their project writers. The program is designed for up to 18 producers with projects in development (fiction features, documentaries and series) and their writers, plus up to 15 producers attending without a project.
The objective is to improve the participants’ skills in international coproduction, film finance and management, legal issues, marketing, packaging, festival and sales strategies as well as script development, allowing them to expand their careers and businesses internationally.
The languages of the workshop will be English and French.
The applications are open until Monday November 22, 2021 through National Screen Institute:
About the Canada Media Fund
The Canada Media Fund (CMF) fosters, develops, finances and promotes the production of Canadian content and applications for all audiovisual media platforms. The CMF guides Canadian content towards a competitive global environment by fostering industry innovation, rewarding success, enabling a diversity of voice and promoting access to content through public and private sector partnerships. The CMF receives financial contributions from the Government of Canada and Canada’s cable, satellite and IPTV distributors. Please visit cmf-fmc.ca.
About the National Screen Institute
Propelled by a visionary network of donors, private and public organizations, the National Screen Institute supports creators from across Canada to tell unforgettable stories. Through industry-informed training and mentoring in film, television and digital media, students and alumni find their voice and place on the global stage, inspiring us to shape a better world.
The National Screen Institute is committed to training participants from a diverse community of voices including Black, Indigenous, People of Colour, women-identifying, lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer or questioning and two-spirit (LGBTQ2S+), people with disabilities, those outside large urban centres, those from regional and remote areas and various religious groups.
Page last updated 28 November 2022