Affinity Credit Union 2016 wrap-up
Special thanks again to everyone who contributed to the success of last week’s Affinity Credit Union Film Camp 2016. Thanks to the Affinity Credit Union, SaskTel, City of Regina and SaskCulture (Creative Kids). Also, thanks to our community partners the University of Regina Department of Film, Scott Collegiate and…
Announcing the Filmpool’s Telefilm Micro-Budget Production Program nominee
The Filmpool is very pleased to announce that Filmpool Production Member Daniel Beaulieu’s animated short web series, “Snot Bubbles” has been selected by the Filmpool as its 2016 Telefilm Canada’s Micro-Budget recommended applicant. Congratulations! The Micro-Budget Production Program targets emerging Canadian talent, supporting them in the production and promotion of…
Welcome our new Production Coordinator
The Filmpool is pleased to announce the hiring of Logan Vanghel as its new Production Coordinator! Originally hired as a summer student back in 2014, Logan has been working at the Filmpool since then in both part-time and full-time capacities. A recent graduate from the University of Regina’s Department of…
Message from the Executive Director
Hello Filmpool Members! I know it’s hard to believe, but the end of March means it’s Filmpool membership renewal time again! The Filmpool is extremely grateful for your membership this past year and of course we would like nothing more than to receive your support by renewing for 2016 –…
Supporting independent film
Listing of financial assistance and equipment rental deferral provided to applicants of the Filmpool’s annual Filmmaker’s Production Assistance Program (Spring – 2014).
Thank you Canada Council for the Arts
Great news! The Filmpool receives operational and equipment acquisition funding for the next three years thanks to our country’s commitment to the arts and culture!
Our Home, Regina Project
This past June the Filmpool, along with our partners the Saskatchewan Organization of Heritage Languages (SOHL), the Regina Public Library Film Theatre and three local artists – presented Our Home, Regina, an opportunity for immigrant students ages 10 – 16 to participate in a unique multi-media workshop and exhibition project….