Call for Volunteers: Committee Members Needed

Are you a Filmpool member who would like to get more involved? A great way to earn Filmpool Bucks is by joining a committee! We are currently looking to fill spots on the following committees: Splice (magazine – print & online)Programming (screenings and workshops)Policy (policy manual for the Filmpool)Media (creating…

Screening: NFB Documentary Films Made in Saskatchewan

Join Us for a Night of NFB Documentary Films Made in Saskatchewan The Filmpool is proud to present the work of Tasha Hubbard, Eric Thiessen, Louise BigEagle and Kristen Catherwood March 21, 2020, 7 pm Filmpool Office, 301-1822 Scarth Street, Regina Doors open at 6:30 pm Filmmakers will be in attendance Free Event  …

Grant Writing Workshop, March 15th

The Filmpool’s grant application deadline is coming up, and to help you prepare we have our annual grant writing workshop.On March 15th at 1 PM at the Filmpool, Kyath Battie will lead attendees through the Filmpool’s grant application process and offer step by step advice on the expectations for the…

Production Grant Deadline: April 15th

Grant support is available annually to independent projects for one of three stages:ProductionPost-ProductionDistribution Each year, the Filmpool distributes $10,000 among applicants as recommended by an independent jury of peers ratified by the Board of Directors. In addition, up to $10,000 in equipment & facility deferrals will be awarded under the…

Volunteer at the Filmpool, earn Filmpool bucks!

NEW! 1 hour volunteer time = $20 equipment deferral! The Filmpool is always looking for volunteers for events, programs, postering, and more. Earn Filmpool Bucks by volunteering your time! For every hour of volunteering you will receive $20 towards equipment rental or space defferal! Please contact [email protected] or click on…

Saskatchewan Women Filmmakers: Remembering the Past, Looking to the Future Thursday March 12th, 7pm

Thursday March 12th, 7pm Shumiatcher Theatre, MacKenzie Art Gallery Doors open at 6:30, Screening at 7:00   Panel to follow Free attendance Food and drink available by Craft Services Cafe The MacKenzie allows the food and drink in the Shumiatcher Theatre “Remembering the Past Looking to the Future” is the first…

DocIgnite – Building a sustainable career in documentary filmmaking

Sask Film Pool members interested in documentary filmmaking were treated to an evening with Hot Docs Distribution Manager Julian Carrington Jan. 22.  The small but enthusiastic crowd was the first to take part in a brand new workshop called DocIgnite – Building a sustainable career in documentary filmmaking. “Regina has some great emerging documentary…

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