Presented by CBC, the Pitch Competition offers WIFT-AT members the opportunity to pitch a short film concept. The winner is given financial and in-kind assistance producing their pitched project.
WIFT-AT offers a variety of amazing educational programs for everyone in the film, television, and media based industries throughout the year and at our annual Women Making Waves Conference.
Scroll below for details on the various programs provided by WIFT-AT.
Mentor Match Program
Announced at the 10th Annual Women Making Waves conference in March 2020, WIFT-AT’s Mentor Match Program, supported by Telefilm Canada, provides members at different levels of experience with a formalized opportunity to learn from, guide, and support each other through a series of focused one-on-one sessions over a nine-month period.
Talent To Watch
WIFT-AT is pleased to announce the guidelines for the Industry Partner Stream of Telefilm Canada’s Talent to Watch program for 2022. Talent to Watch supports emerging filmmakers looking to finance the production stage of their first feature film project. As an Industry Partner, WIFT-AT can nominate one production in the Main component, and one production in the Indigenous component. Filmmakers have until April 5, 11:59 pm, to submit their application to WIFT-AT. After that, a peer jury will make recommendation decisions.