SPYA and YFS presented the first ever Yukon Filmmaker's Roundtable yesterday evening, the inaugural event was well attended with 15 attendees and one adorable baby.
We are looking forward to next month's edition. If you attended this month (and even if you didn't) and have any feedback or suggestions for next month's event please email email@example.com
Don't miss out on this great mentorship opportunity!
Yukon Film Society, YF&SC and SPYA have teamed up to offer the Yukon Mentorship Initiative. This program provides Yukon based producers, directors and crew with the opportunity to be mentored by a filmmaker or industry professional of their own choosing.
Next deadlines for intake are: October 17, 2016 (Intake #3)
November 21, 2016 (Intake #4) More Info
Yukon Film & Sound Commission
Department of Economic Development
Department of Tourism & Culture
867-667-3535 (Evelyn) or 867-667-5264 (Corrie)
Congratulations to SPYA member Kelly Milner and all those involved in the production of her film Shift. This morning Kelly announced that the film has been selected as a finalist in the Banff Mountain Film Festival competition and will be taking part in the Banff Mountain Film Festival's 2016-2017 World Tour. For more info on the film and to follow where its festival route check out Shot In the Dark's facebook page.
Updated Broadcasting Regulatory Policy
"The Commission has reviewed its policy framework for Certified Independent Production Funds (CIPFs) to ensure that CIPFs contribute to the development of a robust Canadian production sector and that they have the flexibility necessary to operate in an increasingly multi-platform environment. A robust and forward-looking Canadian production sector will be better able to offer compelling high-quality content to Canadians and to global audiences."
If you haven't had a chance to see it yet, come on out to the Arts Centre on October 1st for a screening of Kelly Milner's SHIFT with live performances by the Dakhká Khwáan Dancers and DASH. It's going to be a PARTY!
Tickets are $25 and can be bought online at the Yukon Arts Centre.
This event is a fund raiser for the Single Track to Success Program