Saskatchewan Filmpool Cooperative AGM: May 26, 2013

Sunday, May 26, 2013 Meeting runs from 1:00 – 3:00 PM All attendees must be paid in full to attend the meeting Free beer and pizza will follow the meeting Please join the Filmpool’s Board of Directors, staff and fellow members at this year’s AGM on Sunday, May 26 at…

Filmpool’s 35th Birthday

The Filmpool is celebrating its birthday in style this year, with a 16mm screening of Wheat Soup, Regina’s first locally produced dramatic feature film, which was produced with financial, technical, and moral support of the Filmpool, premiered on November 14, 1987, 25 years ago. Back in its day, Wheat Soup screened…

Amazing review of terrible films

University of Regina students in Gerald Saul’s experimental class present work at the Terrible Film Festival. Berny Hi attempts to write amazing reviews of these films.

Saskatchewan Poets & Filmmakers present their latest work

Guest post by organizer Kelly-Anne Riess
A Night of Poetry & Film 7 (2012)
Feature Filmmaker: Steve Suderman. Poets: Cassidy McFadzean and Courtney Bates.

Poetry & Film 7 (2012)

Saskatchewan Poets & Filmmakers present their latest works.
Feature Filmmaker: Steve Suderman. Poets: Cassidy McFadzean and Courtney Bates.

Mandate and Staff list

The Saskatchewan Filmpool Cooperative is a non-profit artist-run centre which supports and assists independent visionary film and video production in Saskatchewan. The Filmpool is committed to developing an awareness and appreciation of independent film which reflects the individual and collective cultural expression of Saskatchewan people.

Member Sites

Berny Hi – bernyhi.ca Brett Bell – bellimage.com Callen Diederichs – Facebook page for Til the End of the Day Chrystene Ells – chrystene.com Cory MacLean – IMDB, YouTube, Vimeo David Stefanyshyn – Vimeo Dianne Ouellette – difilms.com Gerald Saul – geraldsaul.com Ian Campbell – iancampbell.org Kelly-Anne Riess – kellyanneriess.com Kent Tate – pulsingearth.ca – Kent Tate on Vimeo,VUCAVU…

Membership

  Subscriber – $15/year Subscribers receive The Dailies (Filmpool’s weekly e-newsletter), a free subscription to Splice Magazine, and the ability to post calls or promotional notices in The Dailies. This level does not have voting rights. Basic Membership – $60/year Basic members are entitled to everything a Subscriber is entitled to…

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