Click here to access the December 2, 2010 issue.

In This Issue: 

On Screen Manitoba 

  • A Note From Tara Walker, OSM Executive Director 

Members 

  • APTN CEO Awarded 2011 National Aboriginal Achievement Award
  • Amreeka Among Inaugural Films Chosen For Sundance Institute’s Film Forward
  • Downtown Biz AGM Report
  • OSM Member Wins Human Rights Commission Award 

Application Deadlines 

  • Call For Entries – Hot Docs 2011
  • New Program Invites Indigenous Filmmakers To Apply
  • Early Bird Deadline For Yorkton Film Festival 

Film Screenings 

  • World Premiere For Winnipeg-Made Feature Film Foodland
  • Le Cheval De Saint Nicolas Family Film Screening 

Film Training Manitoba 

  • The Empowered Audition With Rebecca Gibson Workshop 

Industry 

  • Gameon: Finance Business Forum
  • Insights On Privacy Speakers’ Series
  • CMPA’s Prime Time In Ottawa 2011 Conference
  • National Film Board Chairman Visits Winnipeg 

Job Postings 

  • MTS Allstream Seeks Production Manager
  • Downtown Biz Seeks Marketing & Design Coordinator 

National Screen Institute 

  • Filmmaking Teams Announced For NSI Training Program
  • Joy Loewen Steps Down From Position At NSI 

Winnipeg Film Group 

  • Cinematheque News For December 1 – 5
  • Danishka Esterhazy To Teach Screenwriting Workshop 

Telefilm 

  • Call For Entries: Canadian Producers In Berlin
  • Call For Entries – South By Southwest Pilot Project 2011
  • Professional Development Workshops
  • Revisions To International Coproduction Guidelines 

Training

  • Self-Directed Residencies For Aboriginal Artists

Click here to access the December 2, 2010 issue.

About On Screen Manitoba:

On Screen Manitoba is an innovative non-profit, membership-driven association that leads, builds and represents Manitoba’s screen-based media industry. Our association has grown and evolved over its 22 years into a vital force in the industry. We lead our community in setting common goals and in building a stronger industry. Our membership represents the full spectrum of individuals and organizations (production companies, labour groups, distributors, broadcasters, suppliers and supporting organizations) that make up the screen-based media industry in Manitoba. On Screen Manitoba membership totals nearly 300 but reaches more than 1,500 individuals. 

To find out more about On Screen Manitoba visit its website here