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Reelworld Screen Institute has launched an industry-wide research project addressing stereotypical depictions of Black, Indigenous, Asian and Women of Colour in Canadian film and TV. The project will produce a research-backed Protocol Guideline that will support creatives, producers and executives on how to better create authentic portrayals of these women. We are now looking for industry input to shape the content included in the protocol guideline. Please complete the survey below that aligns with your field of work.


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Changing the Narrative

Reelworld is committed to using research, measurement and industry engagement to create mechanisms that hold systems accountable for greater equity. Our past research works Racialized Sexual Harassment:The Intersections of Race and Gender (2019) and the Changing the Narrative Report (2020) have been instrumental to the industry at large in increasing the access and representation of Black, Indigenous, Asian and People of Colour in the Canadian screen industries.
 

#HerFrameMatters Research & Protocol Guideline

This project has been supported by Women and Gender Equality Canada.

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#HerFrameMatters Ligne directrice sur la recherche et le protocole

Ce projet a été soutenu par Femmes et Égalité des genres Canada.

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Watch the #HerFrameMatters panels and discussions

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Her Frame Matters: Racialized Women in Canadian Media

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Her Frame Matters: Part 1: Academics Webinar Series

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Her Frame Matters: Part 2: Showrunners Webinar Series

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Past Research Projects

Racialized Sexual Harassment Report

The Intersections of Race and Gender

Changing the Narrative Report

2020 Status of Canadian Black, Indigenous and People of Colour in Canada's Screen-based Production Sector.

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Upcoming Programs & Events

NABET Info Session #3: Set Decoration

1:00pm l February 21, 2023

NABET Info Session #3: Set Decoration

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 the series of webinars, join Julian Peters, VP of Set Decoration at NABET and Set Decorator on CityTV’s Hudson & Rex, and explore the world of Set Decoration. This discussion will cover different roles and responsibilities that exist within Set Decoration 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.

NABET Info Session #4: Sound

1:00pm l March 15th, 2023

NABET Info Session #4: Sound

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 the series of webinars, join Connie Hilton, VP of Sound and Boom Operator with credits including Schitt’s Creek and Orphan Black, and explore the world of Sound. This discussion will cover different roles and responsibilities that exist within the Sound 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.

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