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Spring 2019 Alumni Successes

By Margaret DeRosia ● June 06, 2019 09:25


Not only are plenty of green things growing and apple blossoms blooming at the Canadian Film Centre – our alumni have also been busy across Canada winning awards, developing projects and sharing insights coast to coast and internationally, as this hit parade reveals.



Awards

Congratulations to our alumni who won awards this spring, including:


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Festival Watch



Television & Web Series

Our alumni have been active on and behind the small(er) screens, ranging from wrapping up to gearing up on these projects:

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Film

Several alumni-produced and directed favourites on the fall 2018 film festival circuit – The Grizzlies (which was also CFC's National Canadian Film Day screening), Giant Little Ones, and more recently, Sorry for Your Loss – have been enjoying runs of engagement on Canadian screens this spring, and below are a mix of new or upcoming alumni-produced films that have come out or soon will.

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Talks, Profiles, Workshops

  • Is all this good news making you want to get cracking on new projects? If so, then sign up for Jeremy LaLonde’s two-day film intensive on July 20 and 21 in Toronto, Kickstart Your Project and Your Career.
  • The WGC is hosting a talk with Mary Kills People showrunners Marsha Greene and Tassie Cameron on June 26 in Toronto; the event is free but requires advance registration.
  • Heading to Banff World Media Festival in June? Don’t miss the Showrunner Super Panel on June 11, featuring a plethora of fantastic talent that includes Shernold Edwards, Sheri Elwood, Marsha Greene and Tassie Cameron.
  • Check out this winsome profile of writer Julia Rowland in The Toronto Guardian.
  • Brenda Terning shared insights on editing The Nature of Things series with the CCE Editors podcast.
  • Charles Officer discussed his new documentary feature, Invisible Essence: The Little Prince in this podcast on Rabble.
  • Congrats to Reza Dahya, who hosted a public table read of his new feature film, Boxcutter, on May 14 in Toronto – and with a cast entirely composed of CBC Actors Conservatory alumni!

Alumni - do you have good news to share? Send it to us at alumni@cfccreates.com!


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