Click here to access the April 7, 2011 issue.

In This Issue:

On Screen Manitoba  

  • OSM Presents “A Conversation With: Tara Ellis”
  • Close Up Speaker Series Wrap Up 

Members  

  • Todd & The Book Of Pure Evil Renewed For Second Season
  • Exclusive Q & A With Shawn Linden
  • William F. White And Comweb Corp. Announce New Appointments
  • Danielle Sturk’s Ciel(S) Screening At CCFM 

Application Deadlines  

  • Call For Entries – Eye Am: Women Behind The Lens
  • Call For Entries – Festival Of (In)Appropriation 2011
  • Call For Entries – Canadian Interactive Showcase 

Film Screenings  

  • Cinemental & Les Rendez-Vous Du Cinema Quebecois To Screen Three Films 

Film Training Manitoba  

  • FTM & RRC Delivers Film Crew Training: Introduction (Pdev-1017)
  • FTM Announces New Online Courses
  • Three-Day Film Director’s Intensive Workshop 

Industry  

  • Independent Producers And Broadcasters Conclude Terms Of Agreement
  • CRTC Unifies Telecom, Broadcast Procedures
  • Bell Fund – Change To New Media Broadcaster Bonus
  • N.B. Film Tax Credit Worth Saving, Group Says / Le Fric Déplore La Suppression 

Manitoba Film And Music  

  • Deadline Extended: 2011-2012 Market Driven Film & Television Program 

National Screen Institute  

  • Call For Entries – NSI Totally Television
  • NSI Turns 25 Years Old! 

Winnipeg Film Group  

  • WFG Honours Larry Desrochers
  • Cinematheque News For April 6 – 10 

Important Dates And Events  

  • Festivals & Deadlines At A Glance 

National Film Board Of Canada 

  • NFB Wins Digital Emmy For Interactive Documentary
  • NFB Interactive Projects Up For 2011 FITE People’s Choice Awards

Click here to access the April 7, 2011 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