Using Hot Docs’ funding applications as examples participants will learn what funders are really looking for when evaluating a grant submission and will learn crucial tips on how to make their projects stand out. Come prepared with a project in mind that can be used during the hands on section of this workshop as you learn how to write your best grant application.
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- Wednesday, February 6, 2019 – 5:30 PM – 8:00 PM (Doors open at 5:00 PM)
954 Laval Crescent Kamloops,
BC, Canada V2C 5P5
How To Get Your Ticket?
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Please Note: This is a TWO & A HALF (2.5) HOUR evening workshop from 5:30 PM to 8:00 PM. Doors open at 5:00 PM with the workshop starting at 5:30 PM sharp. By registering for this workshop you agree to receive emails from DOC.
MORE ABOUT THIS COURSE:
Hot Docs’ Doc Ignite labs are offered in communities across Canada each year. Offering direct market intelligence and skills training, each lab provides filmmakers with professional development curriculum on such topics as audience engagement, marketing and distribution to help successfully launch their films in the marketplace.
With a focus on reaching under-served regions and communities within Canada, Doc Ignite labs aim to provide new opportunities to filmmakers across all regions of Canada and continue to help them launch sustainable documentary careers.
The Documentary Organization of Canada helps Canadian documentary creators get their work produced and seen. At local levels we offer top-notch professional development and networking opportunities through our workshops, masterclasses, and mentorship programs. We also continually work to build a suite of services and benefits that lower the professional expenses of our members.
Nationally, DOC is the collective voice of independent documentary creators across Canada and the premier organization for Canadian documentary advocacy. We analyze policy, conduct insightful research, and speak up at all orders of government to help our distinctly Canadian genre flourish.
DOC IGNITE: WRITING FOR DOCUMENTARIES
Using successful Hot Docs fund applications as examples, participants will learn what funders are really looking for when evaluating grant submissions and will glean crucial tips on how to make their projects stand out. This workshop will feature a hands-on component, so bring the written materials you’ve prepared for your project and learn how to write your best treatment for grants, funders and pitching.
- When registering, please ONLY register ONE person per ticket. Ensure that you register under the name of the person who will be attending the course
- Coffee, tea and water service will be provided.
Contact Peter Cameron-Inglis , Executive Producer or Christy Danielson, Associate Producer at Mastermind Studios at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 250-434-8918.
PRESENTED BY STEPHANIE MCARTHUR:￼
Stephanie McArthur is a ten-year veteran of industry programming at Hot Docs Canadian International Documentary Festival, North America’s largest documentary festival and market. In her role as Industry Programs Manager Stephanie oversees Hot Docs’ Emerging Filmmaker Lab Doc Accelerator, manages Hot Docs’ International Delegation and Alumni programs. Stephanie recently oversaw Hot Docs’ 2018 Documentary Audience Research. Stephanie has been instrumental in the development and launch of several key Hot Docs programs including the Hot Docs Blue Ice Group Documentary Fund for filmmakers living and working on the continent of Africa, and most recently the Canadian Storytellers Project which is supported by Netflix.
Since 2015 Stephanie has been traveling throughout Canada leading DocIgnite workshops which offer filmmakers insights into marketing and distribution, market readiness, pitch preparation and festival strategies.
MORE ABOUT MASTERMIND STUDIOS:
Mastermind Studios is Kamloops’ full service Motion Picture industry campus featuring the Interior Centre for Film & Digital Media with two main buildings – a 18,000+ square foot main studio office building and a separate secure back lot building with a 2700+ square foot soundstage – plus support spaces and additional facilities to provide everything the motion picture industry needs for productions in the BC interior.
The size and versatility of our studio campus allows Mastermind Studios to offer integrated photography, video production, CGI services, equipment rental, talent agency services, pyrotechnics and visiting production offices in one convenient location – providing both the smaller footprint cost savings & flexibility needed to handle most projects operating on tighter budgets.
Mastermind Studios is providing Studios, Insert Soundstage and support spaces for BC’s motion picture production industry along with masterful and creative, construction, and production teams and great training opportunities for the local filmmaking community.
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