imagineNATIVE iNstitute presents their highly anticipated On Screen Protocols & Pathways media guide, an industry standard for working with Indigenous peoples, cultures and concepts.
A series of FREE marketing workshop sessions for Indigenous creatives to build an Electronic Press Kit (EPK), learn to pitch work and learn best practices for marketing their work and themselves. Open to Indigenous media artists with a new or in-production work, imagineNATIVE will host three separate intensive workshop sessions on June 5/6th, June 20th, and July 18th in Toronto. For more information, visit: www.in-institute.org/marketing
The Institute’s Festival Industry Days is the only annual event in the world specifically for Indigenous creatives and industry professionals looking to engage networking opportunities with decision-makers at panels, pitching events, workshops and master classes on the art, craft and business of media arts -- from an Indigenous perspective. Visit HERE for overviews.
Running February 20 - 28, 2020. imagineNATIVE leads an international consortium of partners with a promotional stand at the European Film Market in conjunction with the Berlinale International Film Festival. In addition, it produces the NATIVe Fellows Programme an international professional development opportunity for Indigenous producers to attend the European Film Market with 1-2 market-ready feature film projects.
For more information please visit: www.indigenouscinema.com
New Opportunity for Enhanced Support for Projects-in-Progress!
The eighth iteration of the annual Residency provides a mid-career artist support and skills development with new video-making technology which for THIS YEAR ONLY enhances the completion of a current production with a commitment to be completed for the 20th anniversary imagineNATIVE Film + Media Arts Festival, October 22-26, 2019!
Application details HERE.