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Proposal BootCamp for OAC Media Artists Creation Projects: Part 1 Shaping the Idea

Photo credit: Maogosha Pyjor

July 12 / 6pm-9pm

Find out what it takes to write this grant which now must be submitted online. Proposal Boot Camp is a 2-part hands-on workshop to assist you in navigating the Ontario Arts Council’s Media Artists Creation Projects Grant with Tina Hahn. There have been many changes to Ontario Art Council’s Grant such as now you apply via the OAC portal.

BIO:  Tina Hahn is a producer, director and editor of documentaries that incorporate creativity, health and the environment with a multi-cultural perspective. She was nominated for two Gemini awards for producing and editing Life’s A Twitch which won the coveted Golden Sheaf at the Yorkton Film Festival. She directed and produced the first season of the series, Heart of a Poet, and was awarded an Honorable Mention as Best Feature Documentary at the ReelHeart Film Festival for How Come You Walk Funny? Her feature documentary about cycling and sustainable transportation entitled Tales of a Yellow Bike screened at international festivals from China to Israel. Most recently, she was picture editor on Patron Saint which premiered at the Reel Artists Film Festival 2015.

Recommended Prerequisite: on Monday, June 26, 2017 from 6pm to 9pm there is a free Information Session Intro to OAC Media Artists Creation Projects with OAC Media Arts Officer Mark Haslam which will be held at Trinity Square Video.

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July 12

$50 Non-Member*/ $30 Member/ CLUB SKILLS/ Skills Member

Photo credit: Maogosha Pyjor, Filming the Cyclovia in Bogotá, Columbia. From left to right John Fredy Moncada (Police Escort), unknown cyclist, Tina Hahn (Producer/Director), Felipe Rodriguez (Cinematographer)