Films Push on through the storm

Despite the crazy weather we’ve been experiencing here lately, the film industry manages to push its way through no matter what. There’s only so much going on right now that it’s hard to keep track of all the craziness when I’m checking out Online Slots in Canada. Here’s what has been going on lately.

Jules Arita Koostachin of AaSheNii Productions has started making a bold new feature called Broken Angel. It’s a dramatic thriller starring Sera-Lys McArthur as Angel, and Indigenous woman who gets away from an abusive husband with her daughter Tanis and they find refuge in a shelter for women. But her partner is on the hunt for her and Angel either has to keep running or face this moron. Sounds pretty exciting.

BlackMagic Design has announced all kinds of new products for all you aspiring filmmakers out there, such as the BlackMagic URSA Broadcast G2, the BlackMagic URSA Studio Viewfinder G2, the Micro Converter 12G, and the BlackMagic Camera Setup 7.5 update. Grant Petty talks all about it, and check the official site itself for more details.

Thanks to the pandemic, things may have shut down, especially in the film industry. But thanks to End2End Media Group launching a new program, veterans of the film industry have united to save it and give members free access to benefit and producing for free. If you’re a struggling or aspiring filmmaker, this is the site of resources for you.

Finally, the Pacific Screenwriting Program has recently announced Karen McClellan is the Showrunner-in-Residence for the 2022 Scripted Series Lab, where she will mentor 6 upcoming screenwriters in BC while they help to develop a series for her. The Scripted Series Lab is probably one of the greatest courses to take that will teach you proper writing and give you the writing experience you need.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *