Sharks, A Prince, and New Voices

You can be a part of Shark Infested Streets — a film-noir detective-style comedy which is the second film by teen filmmakers Darren Summersby and Garrett Ryan. MFM has details on supporting the GoFundMe campaign here. Production is set for summer 2016. (Via Marketwired) The Little Prince, which as we told you earlier was made […]

Driftwood (Review)

A quietly distraught man sits across from a police investigator, who advises him to “sit tight” and reassuringly says, “We’ll find him.” The man, Mark, is a single father whose 14-year-old son, Dustin, has gone missing — not abducted, it seems, but a runaway. Why did he take off? It’s not clear from the flashbacks […]

Bloom: Review

Michelle Brunette’s short documentary Bloom is a difficult film to watch, emotionally — especially if you’ve had a film student in the family or among your friends — but that’s what gives it a touch of greatness. The National Screen Institute apparently felt the same way, selecting the film for a spot in its Online […]

Training Opportunities and First Nations Talent

(Via CNW) Applications are now being accepted for the 2016 Bell Media Executive Producer Accelerator Lab, Bell has announced. The Lab is a two-part program that provides mid-level television producers with unique hands-on training to assist their career advancement within Canada’s television industry. It begins in January 2016; applications close on November 6th. More details […]