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first_imgOMDC Film Fund – Development GuidelinesOMDC Film Fund – Development BudgetOMDC Film Fund – Production GuidelinesSchedule of Minimum Commitment of Ontario Expenditures OMDC Film Fund – Applicant Production Company StatementApplication Form/Online Application Portal Login/Register With: Funding AvailableDevelopment : provides funding in the form of an interest-free loan of up to $25,000 for the final development stage.Production : provides funding in the form of a repayable advance of up to $400,000 on a last-in basis to complete the financing of a feature film.NOTE: Full eligibility requirements can be found in OMDC Film Fund Production Guidelines and OMDC Film Fund Development Guidelines. Please read the guidelines completely before beginning your application. OMDC reserves the right to revise Guidelines and Application Forms. Please ensure that you have the current versions before preparing your documentation.Application Process All applications must be submitted via the OMDC Online Application Portal (OAP). Applications submitted by any other method will not be accepted.Prior to starting an application, your company’s corporate information must be registered with the OAP. If you do not have a user account on OAP, please go to https://apply.omdc.on.ca and click on “Register”.If your company is registered, the OMDC Film Fund program deadline will appear in your dashboard. To start the application, click on “Start new application” and follow the onscreen directions to access the application form.Applicants are strongly encouraged to start the application process well in advance of the deadline in case technical support is required. There is flexibility for completing the application form – you may start at any time and save information as it is entered, and can go back to edit and/or add information up until the time the application is actually submitted.If you encounter problems setting up your company’s corporate information, you can email applyhelp@omdc.on.ca for assistance. This email address can also be used for any technical questions you have about the OAP. Information sessions EnquiriesProgram Coordinator, Industry InitiativesPhone: 416-642-6697programs@omdc.on.caEnquiries regarding the Online Application Portal (OAP) should be directed to applyhelp@omdc.on.caTo receive notification of upcoming deadlines and program updates, please email programs@omdc.on.ca with your complete contact information, including your full name, company name and telephone number, as well as the name of the program that you are interested in. Date:TBD LEAVE A REPLY Cancel replyLog in to leave a comment Time:10:00 am – 12:00 pm Date:Wednesday, August 31, 2016 Information Session 2 – REGISTRATION REQUIRED Facebook Advertisement Location:Conference Centre, Main Floor, North Tower, 175 Bloor Street East, Toronto. Interested applicants are strongly encouraged to attend the upcoming OMDC Film Fund Information Sessions. Please complete the online registration form by 5:00 pm on the day prior to the Information Session. Unregistered guests will only be accepted if space permits.Information Session 1 – REGISTRATION REQUIRED Date:Thursday, August 18, 2016 Location:Conference Centre, Main Floor, North Tower, 175 Bloor Street East, Toronto. *Note: Access to this information session is limited. Priority will be given to persons with accessibility challenges, and registrants outside of the GTA. Online information session participants will receive an invitation via email with a link and password to login and will be able to call in via conference call during the session.If you are interested in attending an Ontario Media Development Corporation Information Session but require it be conducted in French please send a request to programs@omdc.on.ca by July 15, 2016 and arrangements will be made to schedule an additional session on an alternate date.If you are interested in attending an OMDC Information Session and have additional accessibility issues that need to be considered, please contact us as above.Guidelines and Application Forms: Webinar* REGISTRATION REQUIRED Advertisement Time:TBD Advertisement Time:2:00 pm – 4:00 pm The OMDC Film Fund is intended to increase the level of domestic feature film production in Ontario. It provides support to Ontario producers for feature film projects in the final stages of development and production financing.The OMDC Film Fund consists of two components: Development and ProductionDeadline:October 3, 2016 (by 5:00 pm) Twitterlast_img read more

first_img LEAVE A REPLY Cancel replyLog in to leave a comment Advertisement Advertisement Login/Register With: Facebook Bruce Springsteen made a tour stop in Toronto on Thursday to meet fans and promote his new autobiography, Born to Run. Six hundred lucky fans who scored tickets to the sold-out event got the chance to have their photo taken with The Boss and get a copy of the memoir.Fans who didn’t act fast enough to get a ticket to the event in the Indigo store at Bay and Bloor Sts. were left disappointed. Twitterlast_img

first_imgAdvertisement Video producer Michael Rizzi, who’s based in Toronto, says he’s concerned with the message it sends to loyal YouTube users. He’s seen 176 of his 236 videos disappear in “restricted” mode, representing 75 per cent of the clips he’s uploaded over the past five years.Rizzi says he wished Google’s YouTube executives would’ve been more transparent about the problem. Instead, they appeared to sit back as YouTubers made the hashtag #YouTubeIsOverParty a trending topic on Twitter over the weekend.“It’s more a feeling of being pushed to the side,” Rizzi says. “It’s a pretty big screw-up on their end.”In an emailed statement on Monday, YouTube acknowledged the filter saying “some videos that cover subjects like health, politics and sexuality may not appear for users and institutions that choose to use this feature.”YouTube added that “some videos are incorrectly labelled by our automated system and we realize it’s very important to get this right.”“We’re working hard to make some improvements,” the company said without offering further details.The lack of information has left YouTubers struggling to figure out what’s being sifted out, what isn’t and why it’s happening.Rizzi suspects video tags like “LGBT” or “gay couple” may be triggering the filter for “7 Things I Love About My Boyfriend,” a video he says shouldn’t be restricted for a younger audience.Even his clip commissioned for YouTube’s #ProudToBe campaign, timed to last year’s Pride Month, is now filtered out.“YouTube’s own equality campaign is restricted, which is probably the weirdest part of everything,” Rizzi says.Toronto-based transgender YouTuber Stef Sanjati also had 48 of her videos blocked as of Monday, including clips discussing transgender student bathrooms and makeup tutorials. Advertisement Advertisement “It sends a bad message to young gay kids and young trans kids that their lives are not normal or acceptable.”At issue is YouTube’s “restricted” designation, which lets parents, schools and libraries filter out content that may be considered inappropriate for users under 18. YouTube calls it “an optional feature used by a very small subset of users.”It’s unclear whether the types of videos in question are being categorized as “restricted” for the first time, or if the filtering is only now getting attention. Facebook Twitter Login/Register With: LEAVE A REPLY Cancel replyLog in to leave a comment A chorus of Canadian LGBTQ YouTubers, including pop duo Tegan and Sara, is calling for the video service to stop filtering out gay and trans-themed videos for some users.The Calgary-raised sisters took to social media to question why YouTube’s “restricted” setting appears to block a wide variety of LGBTQ-friendly content for no clear reason.“If you put YouTube on restricted mode a bunch of our music videos disappear. I checked myself. LGBTQ people shouldn’t be restricted. SAD!” Tegan and Sara tweeted. Among the missing clips were music videos from their latest album, including for “That Girl” and “U-turn.” They were joined by Halifax singer Ria Mae, who said her video for “Gold,” which features the singer in a lesbian relationship, was also being filtered out.“Young gay kids need to see themselves represented and they need to know it’s normal, it’s OK and it’s not X-rated,” Mae posted in a video on her Instagram account.last_img read more

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