Six renowned jury members evaluate Canada’s innovative digital projects
June 19, 2014 Toronto—A jury of six distinguished digital media experts met in Toronto Tuesday and Wednesday to evaluate innovative Canadian digital media projects that were submitted for the first round of production support as part of the Canada Media Fund’s (CMF) Experimental Stream.
The jury is composed of Canadian and international industry specialists including: Bruno Guglielminetti (Montréal); Annika Gustafson (Helsingborg, Sweden); Richard Lachman (Toronto); Annelise Larson (Saskatoon); Sébastien Provencher (Montréal); and Michel Reilhac (Paris, France).
Click here to read more about each juror involved in the Experimental Stream’s production application evaluation.
Jury members have complementary skill sets including academic research, entrepreneurship, independent production (digital media, film, and television), and marketing. The jury provides an external perspective on innovation and assesses the experience of the production and creative teams with regards to their capacity to deliver the projects submitted for CMF funding.
The Experimental Stream encourages the development of innovative, interactive digital media content such as console and casual games, interactive web series and apps, as well as enabling technologies.
In early July, the CMF will announce the projects that will receive production support from the CMF’s Experimental Stream.
About the Canada Media Fund
The Canada Media Fund (CMF) fosters, develops, finances and promotes the production of Canadian content and applications for all audiovisual media platforms. The CMF guides Canadian content towards a competitive global environment by fostering industry innovation, rewarding success, enabling a diversity of voice and promoting access to content through public and private sector partnerships. Please visit www.cmf-fmc.ca.
The CMF’s Canadaonscreen.ca is a website designed to showcase and celebrate Canadian creative talent and content destined for all types of screens, from television productions to games, Web content and software and applications.
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