A total of 23 companies received funding for the development of digital media projects, and eight other companies received financing for marketing initiatives.
Starting in February, half of the funds awarded by BravoFACT and BravoFACTUAL will go to projects with a female director or producer. (Juror Amy Jo Johnson pictured.)
The former TVO exec replaces longtime director – and recent Playback Hall of Fame inductee – Andra Sheffer.
Ann Marie Fleming, Attiya Khan and Jeremy Lalonde surpassed their fund-raising goals to get their film projects out of the starting blocks. (Khan doc A Better Man pictured)
The $600,000 initiative will provide financial support for the development and production of digital media coproductions between Canadian and Belgian companies.
The National Screen Institute will assign industry mentors to the two winning teams from the Storyhive competition, facilitated by Telus.
Proper Television’s 7 Days in Hell and Paperny Entertainment’s Cold Water Cowboys (pictured) are among the TV projects financed in this round.
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