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Thu, Apr 21

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Regina

How To Do A Budget For Your Film: A Workshop by Janine Windolph & Mattias Graham

A 2 hour workshop dedicated to all things film budgeting! ๐Ÿ’ฐ๐Ÿ“ˆ Led by filmmakers Janine Windolph & Mattias Graham

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How To Do A Budget For Your Film: A Workshop by Janine Windolph & Mattias Graham

Time & Location

Apr 21, 2022, 7:00 p.m. โ€“ 9:00 p.m.

Regina, 1822 Scarth St #301, Regina, SK S4P 2G3, Canada

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How to Do a Budget For Your Film: A Workshop by Mattias Graham & Janine Windolph 💰📈

The Saskatchewan Filmpool Cooperative is proud to present a new workshop focusing on budgeting for film production, led by Mattias Graham and Janine Windolph!

RSVP (above) or email programs@filmpool.ca to register for this workshop and secure your spot!

  • April 21st, 2022
  • 7 - 9 PM CST
  • 301-1822 Scarth Street (in-person)
  • Also accessible via Zoom (online)
  • FREE for Filmpool members

This two hour hybrid online and in-person workshop will cover the different principles behind budget planning while offering guidance on the various templates for each genre and/or funding body, rates, and the fundamentals on how to have your budget reflect your film project and bring a tool to support decision making with your director and crew. The workshop will also allow space for participants to get guidance on their own projects and prospective budgets. Lastly, the workshop will speak to the different roles involved in the creation, implementation, and final reporting stages of film budgeting and producing!ย 

Janine Windolph (Atikamekw/Woodland Cree) is a Saskatchewan-based filmmaker, interdisciplinary artist, curator, and storyteller. Windolph works for the Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity as the Associate Director of Indigenous Arts. ย 

Mattias Graham is a settler filmmaker from Regina, Saskatchewan (Treaty 4) and is based in Montreal, Quebec. With a BFA, Specialization in Film Production from Concordia University (2014), his work focuses on prairie stories, power dynamics, and masculinity. He also works as an editor, helping others tell their stories. He is a long-time member of the Saskatchewan Filmpool Cooperative.

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