Ontario Premier Doug Ford’s stay-at-home orders were announced Friday, April 16 with new directives including new public health measures and enforcement that comes into effect this weekend. COVID-19 cases in Ontario has been steadily rising as the province reported 4,362 cases and 34 deaths Saturday. According to the Government of Ontario’s website, the stay atContinue reading “Ontario’s stay-at-home orders affects local-based TV and film productions”
One of my favourite film festivals in Toronto is the Hot Docs Canadian International Documentary Film Festival. I was first introduced to the festival in the early 2000’s as a high school student who had an interest in current events, international news, social issues and unique storytelling. I was able to see documentaries that hasn’tContinue reading “Hot Docs Film Festival will stream over 200 documentaries from 66 countries”
Tangible tips and insightful advice for upcoming BIPOC filmmakers from Indigenous queer filmmaker Adam Garnet Jones
Film and documentary submissions open until April 11, 2021 One of Toronto’s biggest cultural film festival celebrates its 25th year. The Toronto Reel Asian International Film Festival has seen so many culturally relevant and creative works that celebrates East, South and Southeast Asian identities. They are a POC organization that uplifts the voices of AsianContinue reading “Toronto Reel Asian Film Festival submission dates open”
Watch Eric Bauza voice several Warner Bros. characters ranging from Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, and Tweety Bird.
What the lockdown means for crews working on productions, plus resources to help keep your staff safe With Toronto on Monday undergoing a 28-day lockdown to fight against the increasing number of COVID-19 infections, TV and film production in Canada’s largest city will be slowed down as health experts and government officials warn of aContinue reading “Toronto’s COVID-19 lockdown means bare bones crew for TV and film productions”