News Archive: Film & Television

On Screen Manitoba “IN FOCUS” Newsletter – August 4, 2011

Aboriginal Students Graduate from NSI New Voices Program

“It’s been an incredible 14 weeks,” said NSI New Voices Program Co-Manager Ursula Lawson. “These amazing students came to the program with such strong resumes and the program added the opportunity to learn from the experts in the field and have a full time internship within the industry, and then they came back together to create and produce three short films which will premiere at the graduation.” [Click on Pic to learn more]

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On Screen Manitoba “IN FOCUS” Newsletter – August 4, 2011

New CBC Show Searches for Canadian Businesses in Need: The Producers of Dragons’ Den are on the Hunt for Interested Canadian Companies

This new series will offer business owners a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity: the chance to meet a top-notch investor who could provide the boost that their companies need to survive – AND thrive. The experts are willing to fan out across the country, roll up their sleeves and help change the fortunes of good companies that have fallen on hard times. [Click on Pic to learn mre]

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On Screen Manitoba “IN FOCUS” Newsletter – August 4, 2011

Elemental Motion Media Helps Introduce Hello-Wallet, One of America’s 5 Coolest Start-Ups, to the World

HelloWallet’s mission is simple: By using a new technology-based model, they offer high-quality financial advice at an affordable price, democratizing financial health. They even give away a free account to a needy family with every 5 subscriptions sold (Bill Clinton praised them for that on Larry King Live). We were asked to introduce this mission and the company’s innovative software through an animated video that will live on the HelloWallet website. (Includes behind the scenes video) [Click on Pic to learn more]

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On Screen Manitoba “IN FOCUS” Newsletter – August 4, 2011

Fancy an original Power Rangers suit? Donate a few dollars to Matt Austin’s NSI Drama Prize film (and learn about Crowd Funding)

Up until I was awarded the 2011 NSI Drama Prize, making my short film, One Day You Will Paint a Sunset, would have been a fantasy. Now, it’s a reality but one that exists in a world where corners would need to be cut and visions sacrificed to make it work within the budget we have. I don’t want to do either, so I turned to IndieGoGo. [Click on Pic to learn more]

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