PS Productions Services of Toronto is looking for a Customer Service Representative for Northern Ontario, MFM reports — and just so you know what you’re getting into, there’s a very detailed job posting here.
(Via WireService.ca) The Whistler Film Festival has announced the names of the six filmmakers chosen for this year’s Aboriginal Filmmaker Fellowship, a three-day creative and business immersion experience. Participants are Allan Hopkins (BC) with Indian Road Trip, Paul Swiderski (SK) with Killing the Dead, Phoebe Sutherland (ON) with Rez Dog Team, Roxanne Whitebean (QC) with The Paradigm, JJ Neepin (MA) with The Quiet Corner, and Mary Galloway (BC) with Unintentional Mother.
The 19th annual Vancouver Asian Film Festival runs November 5th through 8th, reports asingh at The Asian Pacific Post. Read more about the Festival here — it opens with a teen rom com called Seoul Searching.
A workshop on creating viral video content — aimed at musicians, but who doesn’t want their video to go viral? — will be presented by Andrei Feheregyhazi in Saskatoon on the 17th. See Creative Saskatchewan for details.
CBC’s The Romeo Section airs tonight at 9:00 PM — read about its star, Andrew Airlie, in our own exclusive article.