2023 Reelworld Producer Program
2023 Reelworld Producer Program

2023 Reelworld Producer Program

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2023 Reelworld Producer Program
2023 Reelworld Producer Program

2023 Reelworld Producer Program

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Alumni

Reelworld Producer Program

2021

Dilani Rabindran
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Dilani Rabindran

Founder & Managing Director at Viewfinder Film Consulting, ON

Jose Holder
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Jose Holder

Illustrator and Film Director, QC

Leena Minifie
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Leena Minifie

Digital Strategist, Impact Producer, Stories First Founder, BC

2022 Reelworld Producer Accelerator Program

2022 Reelworld Producer Accelerator Program

The Reelworld Producer Accelerator Program is a year-long curriculum that provides support to the 2021 producers to continue to develop their projects optioned last year. The 2021 Reelworld Producers went through an intensive 12-month program - meeting with over 40 mentors, attending Banff for pitches and networking, and TIFF so they could broaden their circle of contacts. With many receiving Letters of interest to access development funds, Reelworld will continue to support their process.

Upcoming Reelworld Programs & Events

NABET Info Session #2: Props

NABET Info Session #2: Props

Reelworld is partnering with NABET 700-M UNIFOR to provide an in-depth understanding of how to join various below-the-line departments within the screen industry. In continuation of series of webinars, join Michelle Braham, Property Manager, and explore the world of Props. This discussion will cover different roles and responsibilities that exist within the Props Department and what a typical day on set might look like. The session will also cover the pathway to working on sets in film and television, how to get unionized, as well as information about NABET apprenticeships. The talk will be followed by a Q&A.

#herframematters

#herframematters

After almost a year of behind the scenes research, this panel reveals Reelworld Foundation’s industry wide analysis of how racialized women are perceived and received in Canadian Media in front and behind the screen. #HERFRAMEMATTERS hopes to identify systemic barriers and stereotypical depictions of women and develop a Protocol Guideline that can be used by producers, distributors, and industry professionals to make a monumental change in the landscape. By attending this panel, you will learn more about the research from the team behind the scenes and discover how you add meaningful contributions to this study.