Resources for OSM members

Indiegogo OSM Partnership

On Screen Manitoba has entered into a partnership with Indiegogo, the world’s largest crowd funding platform. Through this partnership, OSM members have access to an interactive suite of educational tools and other support resources.

CMF Trends Newsletter

Distributed at the end of each month, the CMF Trends newsletter presents all the content published on the CMF Trends website, including all of the latest blog posts and the newly published research reports, produced in collaboration with a variety of industry experts. The newsletter is available in both French and English on the On Screen Manitoba website.

Discounted Rate for Playback

Playback Online
Through a partnership with On Screen Manitoba, Playback Daily is offering OSM members a discounted subscription rate. Please contact maryam@onscreenmanitoba.com for details.

European Documentary Network Financing Guide

ednPlease visit our office to access the European Documentary Network Financing Guide.

How To Festival

film festOn Screen Manitoba’s guide to festivals and screenings for you and your film.

Industry Action

CRTC-new-logoGet involved with OSM’s policy interventions on behalf of Manitoba’s media production industry.

Industry Trends, Reports and Analysis

industry reports
Keep on top of the latest industry news, trends and reports from across Canada.

On Screen Manitoba Reports and Analysis

A look at the economic impact of Manitoba’s media production industry.

Business Development Support

business development

Health Insurance for OSM members through the Arts & Entertainment Plan

OSM members have access to the affordable Arts & Entertainment Health Insurance Plan — offered by the not-for-profit insurer AFBS. There are two plan options: Standard and Comprehensive. Both options offer dental, prescription drug, extended health care, and travel emergency medical coverage. Both options also provide life and AD&D insurance and a Member and Family Assistance Program. A monthly payment option is available and premiums may be tax deductible. View recent updates to the plan here.

Women’s Film & Video Network

The Women’s Film & Video Network is open to all women and non-binary individuals and hosts regular Meetups Wednesdays in the 4th Floor ArtSpace Boardroom. See the Winnipeg Film Group’s webpage for details.

Répertoire de professionnels francophones

Are you a bilingual media production industry professional? Tell the world by creating a profile in the Online Directory of film, television and multimedia industry professionals. Created by Alliance des producteurs francophones du Canada (Francophone producers of Canada Alliance, APFC) and the Front des réalisateurs indépendants du Canada (Independent Directors of Canada Front, FRIC), the Directory intends to widen and diversify the supply of services in French for industry professionals working in film, television and multimedia, directed to Francophone and Acadian communities (CFA).

L’APFC et le FRIC ont lancé le répertoire web des professionnels de l’industrie du film, de la télévision et du multimédia. Les professionnels francophones sont invités à s’inscrire au répertoire en remplissant le formulaire d’inscription. Voir le communiqué ici.

L’APFC a reçu la confirmation d’un investissement de 98 000$ de Patrimoine canadien pour un nouveau projet “Au coeur de la découvrabilité”. Cette initiative permettra aux producteurs francophones et acadiens de s’approprier les nouvelles technologies pour réussir à attirer le public cible vers leurs contenus, aller à la rencontre de leurs auditoires, là où ils se trouvent et développer des moyens pour les fidéliser. L’APFC a aussi annoncé une collaboration avec Téléfilm Canada et l’English Language Arts Network (ELAN) pour la prochaine édition de leur étude annuelle sur les auditoires canadiens : « Les auditoires au Canada : Rapport sur les tendances ». Téléfilm Canada sondera pour la première fois les habitudes de consommation des communautés francophones et anglophones vivant en milieu minoritaire au Canada. Voir l’avis aux médias pour plus de renseignements.

APTN Database of Indigenous Film & Television Talent & Crew

The Aboriginal Peoples Television Network (APTN) is creating a database of Indigenous film and television talent (actors, directors, crew, designers, etc.) to connect various production companies, agencies, and/or individuals with other Indigenous individuals and/or companies working within the film and television industry in Canada. If you would like to participate, please fill out this form and email to database@aptn.ca along with your updated CV/resume and current headshot. Private details will not be shared, and information shared may be rescinded or updated at any time at your request.

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