The National Film Board (NFB) and imagineNative are looking for daring, innovative proposals from Indigenous creators.
On July 19th these collaborators will be hosting a Facebook Live panel and information session for all NFB/imagineNATIVE Digital Project Prize applicants. This is short notice but there will be time spent for those interested in making submissions before the August 30, 2018 deadline.
Applicants can use this new resource to help them put together the best possible pitch. The Facebook Live discussion on July 19th will offer valuable insights and tips on how to apply for the sixth edition of this exceptional program for Indigenous creators.
Taking place on Facebook (hashtag #iN19) from 4 to 5 p.m., EDT, the conversation will feature past winners of the Digital Project Prize including Ahnahktsipiitaa (untitled), Cara Mumford (Red Card), Tyler Hagan (Similkameen Crossroads) and Jordan Bennett (Ice Fishing).
The panel will be moderated by Dana Dansereau (NFB Producer, Digital Studio) and Meagan Byrne (Digital + Interactive Coordinator, imagineNATIVE), who will also provide an overview of the Interactive Partnership and the submissions process. Viewers are invited to ask questions.
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