Short Works Award

WIDC announces winner of 2018 Short Works Award: Kamloops edition

WIDC announces winner of 2018 Short Works Award: Kamloops edition Supported by TELUS STORYHIVE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE - October 31, 2018: Organizers of the Women In the Director’s Chair (WIDC) are pleased to announce that Kamloops-based filmmaker Cjay Beauclair has won the 2018 WIDC Short Works Award Kamloops edition presented in collaboration with TELUS STORYHIVE. Local writer/directors Vesta Giles and Hayley Gray were runners-up in the competition. Prior to the selection of the winner, the three finalists attended an intensive story development lab led WIDC producer Carol Whiteman and veteran story consultant Linda Coffey who is based in the [...]

By |2019-05-20T12:04:25-07:00October 31st, 2018|Categories: Media Release, WIDC, Women Directors|Tags: , , , , , , , , , |Comments Off on WIDC announces winner of 2018 Short Works Award: Kamloops edition

WIDC Short Works Award: Kamloops

Women In the Director’s Chair (WIDC) WIDC Short Works Award: Kamloops Edition presented with the supported of TELUS STORYHIVE CALL FOR APPLICATIONS! For Canadian women screen directors the WIDC Short Works Award is designed to provide up to three Canadian women directors with a tailored development offering with the goal of creating one short fiction film work (2-3 minutes maximum), suitable as a stand-alone piece for festival screenings; a teaser; or a tool for funding and promotional purposes for a longer work (e.g. feature film or web series). TELUS will have non-exclusive rights to distribution after the film’s festival [...]

By |2018-08-26T17:43:22-07:00August 1st, 2018|Categories: Media Release, WIDC, WIDC Awards, Women Directors|Tags: , , , , |Comments Off on WIDC Short Works Award: Kamloops

Launching WIDC Short Works Lab Award with Winnipeg Film Group

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: March 27, 2018 Vancouver/Winnipeg: Women In the Director’s Chair (WIDC) is collaborating with the Winnipeg Film Group to offer a new WIDC Short Works Award for women interested in advancing their careers in directing screen fiction. This lab will be free and is designed to provide a prize package for up to 3 women directors including a tailored development offering with the goal of creating a short fiction work (2-3 minutes maximum), suitable as a stand alone piece for festival screenings; a teaser; or a tool for funding and promotional purposes for a longer work (e.g. [...]

By |2018-04-30T14:45:06-07:00March 28th, 2018|Categories: Media Release, Outreach, WIDC, WIDC Awards, Women Directors|Tags: , , , |Comments Off on Launching WIDC Short Works Lab Award with Winnipeg Film Group