Thirty creators who submit a winning pitch will get a $10K grant to make a short film (10 minutes or less).
Everyone can apply – this edition is open to all creators in BC and Alberta – however STORYHIVE is on the hunt for female directors. Creators need to attach a female director to their project, then prepare a pitch and submit before September 12, 2016.
Find out more about how to apply and submit your pitch.
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STORYHIVE is a community-powered funding program that allows members of the community to influence what projects will receive funding from TELUS.
The program allows content creators in British Columbia and Alberta to submit their story ideas to an online public platform. The community then votes for the project that should receive funding and go into production.
NSI delivers training for the selected projects and their creators once they’re chosen through the STORYHIVE process. The public chooses 15 projects from content creators in British Columbia and 15 from Alberta.