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HGF expands footprint to Newfoundland & Labrador

Harold Greenberg Fund president John Galway on how the Fund is stretching its dollars further through new partnerships and uncovering untapped filmmaking voices.

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In brief: Murmur wins four prizes at FIN Atlantic

Plus: HGF launches a new program for emerging filmmakers in the Northwest Territories, Yukon and Nunavut, while White Pine’s Toxic Beauty is set to premiere south of the border.

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Matt Johnson, Adam MacDonald projects backed by HGF

This latest funding round closes out the Harold Greenberg Fund’s 2019 fiscal year, with 67 projects sharing a total investment of more than $1 million.

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HGF awards $148K through Shorts-to-Features program

Filmmakers to receive funding include Karen Chapman (pictured) for Esequibo Rapture and Kevin Dempster for Bookworm.

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Harold Greenberg Fund supports 33 scripts

The funder backs scripts from high-profile and up-and-coming talent including Mina Shum, Charlie Tyrell, Sook-Yin Lee and Akash Sherman (pictured).

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HGF backs four through BC Shorts Program

Writer/director Alysse Leite-Rogers’ Tea With Lemon is among the projects to receive $20,000 through the fund’s inaugural round.

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HGF distributes $111K through Shorts-to-Features program

Writer/director Carmine Pierre-Dufour’s Mahalia Melts in the Rain, produced by Colonelle Films, is among three projects to receive funding.

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Bell Fund launches four pilot programs

The changes come after the fund retired a number of its programs last month following the CRTC’s revised policy framework for Certified Independent Production Funds.

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HGF funds 33 projects through script development program

Robert Budreau’s Stockholm and Keith Behrman’s The Giant Little Ones are among the titles to receive a share of the $440,000.

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Jennifer Podemski joins HGF board of directors

The producer and actor (pictured) joins the funder ahead of its upcoming Script Development Program round.

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Industry organizations partner on Ontario film study

A new research study from Ryerson University will examine how to best foster talent in the industry.

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HGF distributes $329K across 27 film projects

Scripts backed through Harold Greenberg Fund’s Script Development Program include David Cronenberg’s Consumed and Mary Walsh’s Come Home Year.