Women in Post

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Women in Post

Academy of Canadian Cinema & Television

Applications Close: July 17, 2024

The Women in Post program provides higher-level industry access and professional development for emerging to mid-level women-identifying and non-binary creatives working in all areas of post production. Programming includes strategic learning modules, creative and technical skills building, and hands-on mentorship at a post production company and/or shadowing a post production-related role.
The Women in Post program is presented by Netflix, supported by the RBC Foundation in support of RBC Emerging Artists and the City of Toronto, industry partners Noodle Factory Post and SPINVFX, and community partners the Canadian Cinema Editors, Vancouver Post Alliance, and WIFT-AT.

This is a bilingual program, and the Academy welcomes applicants from Québec and Francophones from other regions; the majority of program sessions will be conducted in English, and some French/bilingual programming will be offered. Applications can be submitted in French or English. Upon request, the program will offer translation to and communication in French whenever possible. Placements will be made in both English and French environments, based on availability, and the preferences of each participant.

Applications are now open

Join the Info Session: June 25, 2024 @ 3:30pm ET, 12:30pm PT
Applications Close: July 17, 2024 @ 5pm local time

For more information, please review the program Rules & Regulations.

If you require accessibility adjustments to complete this application, please email programs@academy.ca.

About the Academy

The Academy believes that “we are the stories we tell,” and as such, the media establishment has an obligation to ensure that every media professional has the opportunity to share their story and fully participate in the industry. We are committed to addressing systemic racism and fostering inclusion in our own practices, while advocating for and building equity within the larger Canadian media ecosystem. Learn more about the initiatives in Equity & Inclusion that the Academy is dedicated to here.

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