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Producing Short Films Pt. 2

Wednesday, May 20
6:00 PM— 8:00 PM

Geared towards emerging producers, this innovative fast-paced workshop covers fundraising methods (grant, sponsorships, crowdfunding), crewing, pre-production logistics (locations, scheduling, budgeting), marketing your film, and collaborating with your team.

Charles Street Video
Space

Online

Geared towards emerging producers, this innovative fast-paced workshop covers fundraising methods (grant, sponsorships, crowdfunding), crewing, pre-production logistics (locations, scheduling, budgeting), marketing your film, and collaborating with your team.

*All workshops in May and June 2020 will take place online using Zoom. You will recieve instructions on how to join upon registration.

Instructor: Alicia Harris Alicia K. Harris is filmmaker from Toronto. She graduated from Ryerson University’s School of Image Arts in 2016, where her thesis film, Love Stinks, won Best Director and Best Production. Her films have been broadcast on CBC, TVO, Bell Fibe TV, and at numerous festivals, including the Miami Film Festival, Atlantic Film Festival, Festival du nouveau cinéma and Vancouver International Film Festival. She is an alumna of The Academy of Canadian Cinema & Television’s directing program. Alicia is dedicated to sharing the unique stories of Black women and the underrepresented. View her work: www.aliciakharris.com