Posted on: Thursday, April 20th, 2017

Three Ways to Attend BANFF Gratis!

The TELUS STORYHIVE BANFF Fellowship Program.
Deadline for applications is April 21, 2017 at 5pm EST.…/program_ban…/…

Corus Entertainment Writer’s Apprentice Program.
Deadline for applications is April 21, 2017 at 5pm EST.…/program_wri…/…

Independent Production Fund (IPF) Travel and Mentorship Bursaries. Deadline for applications is May 2, 2017 at 5pm EST.…/program_dig…/…


We are a week away from the Early Bird Rate expiration date, and wanted to make sure you guys know that the association rate goes up after Friday. Make sure you book BANFF now using the following code:

The Promo Code is WIFTABANFF17. Use the link below to register.

o $1295.00 – Before April 21st 2017
o $1495.00 – Until June 10th 2017

Posted on: Thursday, March 23rd, 2017

WIFTA’s International Women’s Day Film Exposition

WIFTA International Women’s Day Film Exposition offered WIFTA members the opportunity to showcase their short productions, as well as share their story in a two-minute testimonial. CLICK THIS LINK to check our a short behind the scenes event.

Posted on: Thursday, February 23rd, 2017

WIFTA International Women’s Day Exposition

WIFTA International Women’s Day Film Exposition is a free event for male and female film, television and digital media industry members to professionally develop and network. This is an opportunity for WIFTA members to showcase their short productions, or an excerpt of their work.


For event details: REGISTER HERE
WIFTA membership is not required to attend this event.
WIFTA membership is required to submit examples of work, (five-minutes or under) to showcase during the event.
Memberships bought now will be good until March 31, 2018
For more information contact:
Each member will be given two-minutes to share their story about their project.

Any multimedia submissions should be sent to Sharlene Millang-Borst



Posted on: Monday, February 20th, 2017

Comedy Web-Series “Danger Pay” Green-Lit to Film Season 2



Calgary, AB – February 21, 2017 – The Producers of the comedy web-series, Danger Pay, have green-lit the filming of Season 2 of their critically acclaimed original series.

“We are elated at the response we received for Season 1”, said Producer Carolyn Bridget Kennedy. Danger Pay was nominated 2016 Best Pilot by WebFest Montreal, was selected for Web Fest New York 2017, and is an Official Selection at Web Series Festival Global Hollywood 2017.  The series was also mentioned by Tubefilter, a leading reviewer of online video, as an under-the-radar series to check out. “I can’t wait to bring more episodes to life. I think people relate to a character who is convinced that they are the only sane person in the room”, said Kennedy, who is also the creator, writer, and stars as one of the lead characters in the series.

Danger Pay is an episodic comedy series about a paralegal, Michelle, who accepts a job that pays more than usual to work for a bizarre lawyer, Woodrow (played by Brent McIntosh), a narcissistic man-child.  Michelle endures his antics so that she can afford to pursue her dreams.  Kennedy did not want to give too much away about what is to come but said, “You can expect Michelle to be put into more awkward and uncomfortable situations by her boss, just as in Season 1. We might also learn a bit more about Michelle and her back story as well as introduce some new characters.”

Filming of 6 episodes will take place in May 2017.  In addition to her roles as creator, writer, actor and producer on the project, Kennedy intends to direct some of the scenes in this season’s shoot.

You can find the series on its YouTube channel:   It is also on Will Ferrell’s comedy website Funny or Die:

Richard J. McRae

Calgary, Alberta

Ph: 403-861-6286