EYECANDY: CANADIAN INDEPENDENT ANIMATION

The Saskatchewan Filmpool Cooperative is pleased to host Ottawa Independent Animation Festival’s Virtual EyeCANdy program from June 5th to June 11th. Link: https://www.animationfestival.ca/index.php… Password to access films: FILMwatch20 EyeCANdy serves up a sample dish of the wild, provocative, poignant and mildly insane visions of Canada’s brightest contemporary animation artists. Curated by…

COVIDEO: Call for Pandemic Moving Image Works

The Saskatchewan Filmpool Cooperative invites our membership to submit moving image responses to the COVID-19 pandemic. Guidelines: Submission must be a 1-2 min video made in or around your residence with the theme of ‘isolation’. Eligible submissions will be screened online in July 2020, which will be followed by a Zoom panel discussion….

Mastering Dialogue and Writing From a Place of Vulnerability: Writing Workshop with Kaylee Gryba 

Writing “real” dialogue not only keeps a script from sounding artificial, but it has the added benefits of showing the characters’ quirks and creating room for conflict through the misunderstandings that often occur when we’re not really listening attentively to each other. Likewise, writing from a place of vulnerability is…

Screening Under the Steeple: CVAF online Screening May 19th 7pm

Pop your popcorn, and settle in, we’re bringing the films to you! The Saskatchewan Filmpool Cooperative and the Cathedral Village Arts Festival are excited to present “Screening Under the Steeple” once again, which is the 29th anniversary of this screening event and partnership. The screening at the Cathedral Village Arts…

SPLICE Committee Meeting – Members Needed

Are you a Filmpool member who would like to get more involved? We’re looking for volunteers to join the Splice magazine committee.  Please email us at [email protected] to advise us of your interest and availability, or fill out this form by May 15: https://form.jotform.com/Filmpool/splice Join the Splice Magazine Committee!Splice magazine is a…

AGM – September 13th 2020

The Saskatchewan Filmpool Cooperative would like to announce that the date of our Annual General Meeting is going to be held on Sunday September 13th, 2020 at 1pm.Please note, it will not be held in June this year as regularly scheduled due to COVID-19.

Mattias Graham – “The Quiet Toll”

Featured Member Works: Mattias Graham – “The Quiet Toll” The Quiet Toll (2014) In 1930s Montreal, Pierre, who is Catholic, struggles with what he should do after romantically connecting with another man, Xavier.  Screenings: Rendez-vous du cinéma Québecois 2014; RIFFA 2015 Born in Saskatoon and raised in Regina, Mattias Graham is…

Filmpool Member Webinar – May 6th 11am

Tomorrow!The Saskatchewan Filmpool Cooperative is inviting its members to a live Webinar, Wednesday May 6th at 11:00 AM. We’ll answer questions you may have about our upcoming grant deadlines and share info about workshops we have planned in May.We’d also like to hear from our members about what kind of…

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