Funding for French Features, Biz Skills in Barrie, Fountain’s Film for Families

Telefilm announces it’s funding three French language features to the tune of $1.4 million. Two are by emerging women filmmakers — Toujours ensemble, by Sophie Dupuis, and Pour toujours, by Geneviève Dulude-De Celles. Along with all this toujours comes: L’Amour by Marc Bisaillon. The money comes through through the Canada Feature Film Fund. Geneviève Dulude-De Celles was also awarded funding in 2014-15 through the Micro-Budget Production Program for Bienvenue à F.L.

(Via Wireservice.ca) Artrepreneur is back in Barrie, Ontario for a second year, and just as you’d think, it’s all about artists learning entrepreneurial skills. The 15-week program is now open for registrations — there’s an information session Tuesday, July 19 at 6:00 PM at City Hall in Barrie. The weekly seminars and workshops, plus much more, run from September 20th to December 20th, and the application deadline is August 8th. More info here.

(Via Marketwired) Thunder Bay is the latest place to be treated to a free drive-in movie courtesy of Fountain Tire. The family-friendly film will be screened on July 21st, across the street from the Port Arthur baseball stadium, as soon as it’s dark enough — which they figure for about 10:00 PM. If anyone’s wondering what to do till then, Fountain Tire says “movie goers are encouraged to attend the Thunder Bay Border Cats ball game being held that day prior to the film.”

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