Now Hiring – Production Coordinator

The Saskatchewan Filmpool Cooperative is seeking to hire a full-time staff member to fill the position of Production Coordinator. The deadline for the application is Friday, January 17, 2020. Since 1977, the Saskatchewan Filmpool Cooperative continues to be a non-profit artist-run centre, which supports, encourages and assists independent filmmaking in…

Call For Material: Filmpool Archival Project

The Archival Project: The purpose of the program is to preserve past and future Saskatchewan Filmpool Cooperative membership works. We are currently in the process of setting up an online platform that will help to showcase this membership content. Our intention is that this platform will create an engaging online…

Splice Fall/Winter 2019

Have you picked up your copy of Splice yet? See the Fall Winter 2019 issue online!Chronicles the urgent filmmaking of Tasha Hubbard, the boundary-pushing expanded cinema of Light Terrors and for the first time in Splice’s pages: the 2018 Oser Essay.Unmapping the Prairies by Carle SteelAn Optical Storm by Matthew…

Announcing the Sixth Annual SIFA Winners

And the winners are! Best Short Film: ahkâmêyimo nitânis (Ahkâmêyimo nitânis / Keep Going My Daughter) by Candy Renae Fox Best Student Film: My World is No Longer the World I Knew by Weiye Su Best Acting: (Tie) Sage Dent & Trillian Reynoldson in Begonia Best Feature Film: Begonia by Gavin…

Call for Submissions: Sixth Annual SIFA

Call for Submissions to the Sixth Annual SIFA is now open!Competition and cash awards in seven categories including: Best Short, Best Feature, Best Student, Best Web Series, Best Acting, Best Technical Achievement and Audience Choice Award will be presented at the Remai Modern in Saskatoon on Friday, November 22, 2019. SIFA…

Film Screening: Keep Going My Daughter, Sept 29th, Royal Saskatchewan Museum

Join us in partnership with the Royal Saskatchewan Museum for a short Film Screening: Ahkameyimo nitanisKeep Going My Daughter. The film centres around a young couple and their heartfelt love letter to their young daughter. After the film please join filmmakers and Filmpool members Candy Fox and Chris Ross to discuss the film’s message on residential schools,…

Where Fools Wander In: the collected parody films of Jon Tewksbury and Jason Shabatoski.

Thursday, Sept 12th Doors 7pm, Screening 7:30 Artesian Programmed by Gerald Saul In three irreverent short comedies, Jason Shabatoski and Jon Tewksbury collaborate to create parodies of genres which defy the conventions of satire, leading the viewer to question the nature, and perhaps the very existence, of the original genres…

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