Filmpool Premiere Screening: Saturday May 4th

The Saskatchewan Filmpool Cooperative is dedicated to the production and exhibition of independent, visionary Saskatchewan-made, film and video art. The Filmpool Premiere Screening is designed to showcase and celebrate the amazing, creative and diverse film and video works by the Members of the Saskatchewan Filmpool Cooperative. Big thanks to all…

Filmpool Grant Deadline April 15th

Deadline April 15th Each year, the Filmpool has funds to give to full members working on eligible independent projects, as decided by an independent jury. We are pleased to announce that this year our total grant funding has been increased by 25%! This is a great opportunity to provide support…

Light Terrors – Friday April 12th, 8pm

Friday April 12th IBID, 2419 11th Ave $10 at the door LIGHT TERRORS is a recurring mobile expanded cinema series, an evening of experimental audio-visual performances by a loose collective of some of Winnipeg’s foremost contemporary moving image makers. The show focuses on the use of obsolete analog film and…

Transformative Imaginings, March 8, 2019, curated by Dianne Ouellette

Thank you to everyone for coming out and making Transformative Imaginings a super successful event! Over 80 people attended the screening at the Royal Saskatchewan Museum on Friday night. Visiting artist Danis Goulet from Toronto and her film ‘Wakening’ was amazing. She shared valuable information on her filmmaking process and…

Filmpool 2nd Annual 24 Hour Write In

                                            The Filmpool is very excited to announce that Amanda Bermudez, a 2019 Top 25 selection by the International Screenwriter’s Association, will commence the 24 Hour Write-In this year….

Talent To Watch – apply through the filmpool

The Filmpool is pleased to announce that its 2019 Telefilm Canada’s ‘Talent to Watch’ recommendation candidate is Filmpool production member Chris Ross. Good luck Chris!     Are you a Filmpool member with your first feature film in the works? Do you have a narrative project that you want to…

Sask Film Industry Survivors – Leader-Post four-part series

Ashley Martin (Regina Leader-Post) wrote a series about Sask. film industry “survivors” (post-tax credit). She spoke with active Filmpool members Tim Thurmeier, Luke Halyk and Joel Kereluke. Many believe the provincial government killed Saskatchewan’s film industry when it eliminated the film employment tax credit. Almost seven years later, we talk…

Introducing Filmpool Focus

filmpoolfocus.ca Filmpool Focus is a monthly digital publication recognizing Filmpool’s production members and their works.  As a member run centre, the Filmpool’s membership is the most important part of the organization, and showcasing them and the visionary independent work they do is very important to us. We hope that Filmpool…

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