University students interested in a career in children’s television: apply for the Youth Media Alliance Andra Sheffer Scholarship
The scholarship includes attendance at Kidscreen Summit and the Banff World Media Festival.
The grant offers $10K to a Canadian writer along with support to further develop their feature film project.
For films written or directed by Canadian women, Indigenous persons, visible minorities and persons with a disability who’ve had at least one feature at a recognized film festival.
The winning short docs include A History Interpreted from Lisa Rose Snow and Melting Stars from Kate Green.
Mohawk Girls (pictured) from Tracey Deer, Christina Fon, Catherine Bainbridge and Cynthia Knight, and Canada in a Day from Trish Dolman.
Tiny Plastic Men, Jane Garbage, Indian Horse and Glendale get financing.
Features from Justin S. Simms, Robert Cuffley, Geoff Redknap, David Ray, Craig David Wallace and Ian MacLeod.
Jeffrey St. Jules and Zoe Leigh Hopkins are among the recipients.
Sean Garrity, Liz Jarvis, Jeremy LaLonde and Floyd Kane were among the recipients.
Voting opens on April 6.
A total of $75K in prize money will be awarded.
CineCoup is looking for high-concept, genre projects.