Carrie-Anne Moss on Supporting Emerging Talent

Carrie-Anne Moss on Supporting Emerging Talent

As Vancouver’s film industry celebrated on The Keg Yaletown’s rooftop patio, renowned Canadian actor Carrie-Anne Moss addressed the crowd of patrons, industry and fans. At the Talent Fund event, Moss gave a passionate, poignant and humorous speech, reflecting on what...

Emerging Filmmakers Celebrated at Film Festivals Across Canada

As the 2017 Film Festival Season comes to a close, Talent Fund supported Micro-Budget Program recipients have been celebrated across the country. Luk’Luk’I A portrait of five Vancouverites living on society’s fringes during the 2010 Winter Olympics, Luk’Luk’I...
Talent Fund Celebrates Canadian Film

Talent Fund Celebrates Canadian Film

On the eves of the Movie Nights Across Canada events in Halifax and Calgary, members of the Talent Fund Advisory Committee, along with Telefilm Micro-Budget recipients and such high-profile Canadian onscreen talent as Cathy Jones (This Hour Has 22 Minutes), Amber...

Cory Bowles’ Black Cop takes TIFF by storm

”From the heart of the hubbub of the Toronto International Film Festival, Cory Bowles is having some difficulty finding a quiet corner where he can talk about the premiere of his Halifax-shot feature Black Cop. […] One year ago, Bowles was making the...
More Success for The Sun At Midnight and Werewolf

More Success for The Sun At Midnight and Werewolf

The Talent Fund-supported Micro-budget Production Program feature films continue to succeed in Canada and internationally, screening at festivals, winning awards, and earning well-deserved recognition. The Sun At Midnight, written, directed, and produced by Kirsten...

Play Your Gender wins Edith Lando Peace Prize

Congratulations to the Talent Fund supported Micro-budget Production program Play Your Gender on winning the Edith Lando Peace Prize at the 2017 Reel to Real International Film Festival for Youth in Vancouver! The Edith Lando Peace Prize is awarded to the film that...