First Peoples’ Cultural Council 
Are you passionate about supporting the revitalization of First Nations languages, arts and cultural heritage in B.C.?

Jumblies: Programming Manager
Jumblies is a Toronto-based arts organization working locally and across Ontario and Canada on projects bringing together diverse professional artists and community members to make art with, for and about people, places, and urgent and compelling themes and stories.

Leighton Art Centre – Truth and Reconciliation Advisor 2022
Leighton Art Centre is looking for a person with deep knowledge of local Indigenous culture and a passion for creating connections to help our team build skills and knowledge around Indigenous relations and Truth and Reconciliation.

Executive Director, CreativeHub 1352
The Creative Hub 1352 is looking for a new Executive Director to lead our organization and manage the initiatives of the organization. CreativeHub 1352 (The Hub) is a non-profit, charitable, community-driven organization that brings creative people together and strengthens community cultural development. The organization is a catalyst for change that fosters the advancement of creative endeavours, human potential, and place-making in communities.

Arts Commons – Programming Coordinator
Arts Commons is an ecosystem inclusive of artists, resident companies, and community groups. As one of the largest performing arts centres in Canada, Arts Commons strives to break down barriers to cultural participation by providing a modern, open, and inclusive gathering space in a central location.

Bill Reid Gallery – Curator
The Gallery is seeking a full-time Curator to facilitate exhibition and public education programs that are driven by Indigenous priorities and values. This position acknowledges that Indigenous knowledge, lived community experience, and respectful relationships are key to furthering the Bill Reid Gallery’s vision and mandate.

Cable Public Affairs Channel (CPAC) – 
Regulatory and Business Affairs Specialist
Communications and Marketing Coordinator (Bilingual)

The Cable Public Affairs Channel (CPAC) is Canada’s window on Parliament, politics, and public affairs. As Canada’s only national, bilingual media outlet focused exclusively on politics, we are unique in the Canadian media landscape.

Digital Arts Resource Centre – Director
The Digital Arts Resource Centre (DARC) is seeking its next Director to lead our thriving media arts centre. We are looking for a passionate and engaged arts administrator to bring their vision to the organization and make the role their own.

Vancouver Art Gallery – Director of Curatorial Programs
The Vancouver Art Gallery, one of the largest and innovative art museums in Canada, is undergoing a multi-phase organizational transformation after celebrating 90 years of operation. With a permanent collection of more than 12,000 works of art, the Gallery is implementing a campaign to build a new purpose-built gallery facility in downtown Vancouver planned to open in 2027. This is a moment of growth, exploration and change, as the Gallery re-articulates its relationship to communities and audiences and envisions the role of an art museum in the 21st century.
Check out other positions:
https://www.vanartgallery.bc.ca/employment

The Francis Winspear Centre for Music 
The Francis Winspear Centre for Music (FWCM) fulfills the human need to make and share music. The Winspear Centre is a nexus for all types of music, and welcomes traditional and experimental forms of sonic art. We are committed to providing a safe and welcoming space for our community to create, exhibit, and experience music.

Museum of New – Deputy Director
The successful applicant will have knowledge of the contemporary art scene, as well as the ability to place the important works from our collection to art dealers, auctions, or as donations to cultural institutions over the long run. This is a commission based, free-lance position without regular hours. (Academic degrees are a bonus, but not a priority.)

Sam Waller Museum, The Pas – Museum Director
Reporting to the Chief Administrative Officer and the Sam Waller Museum Board, the Museum Director is responsible for planning and implementing the museum’s goals and objectives. The director is also responsible for leading, motivating and delegate tasks and responsibilities to their team members.

Textile Museum of Canada – Curator
This is a senior level opportunity to grow with the Textile Museum of Canada and implement a new artistic vision for the Museum’s future. The Curator is head of the curatorial program and is key to enhancing the Museum’s profile in Canada and internationally.

Living Temagami Arts and Culture – Project Manager
Development and implementation of Regionally Co-operative Virtual Northern Ontario Arts Hub website

PI Fine Art – Junior Graphic Designer (Temp Position)
Come and work with the team that manages every step within the art development and supply chain process – from art consulting, publishing, to manufacturing. We work directly with artists, offering our hotel, commercial and retail clients excellent innovative design and customization.

University of Alberta – Assistant or Associate Professor — Theatre Design 
The Department of Drama at the University of Alberta invites applications for a full-time tenure-track Assistant Professor position with a specialization in Theatre Design. Appointment at the Associate level will also be considered. This position is to commence on July 1, 2023.

Kamloops Art Gallery – Assistant Preparator
The Kamloops Art Gallery is seeking an Assistant Preparator to assist with the creation of exhibitions that realize the artist’s vision.

Western Arctic Moving Pictures is hiring a Part-time Equipment Technician, Part-time Technical Assistant Intern, and Part-time Workshop Facilitator. For more details and to apply, check out their website.

Workman Arts – Executive and Artistic Director
The Workman Arts Board of Directors and The Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) are seeking an Executive and Artistic Director (EAD) to lead Workman Arts, a multidisciplinary arts organization that promotes a greater understanding of mental health and addiction issues through creation and presentation.

Dance Instructor – YMCA Calgary
YMCA Calgary is actively building healthy communities – join us in creating a better Calgary.
Immediate Start Date

The Allied Arts Council of Lethbridge – Executive Director
The Allied Arts Council of Lethbridge (AAC) is a not-for-profit, charitable organization that promotes and supports the growth and development of the arts sector in Lethbridge while upholding the values of creativity, collaboration and inclusiveness, professionalism and accountability.
January 23

Manitoba Career Prospects – Job Fair
January 26

Art Gallery of Greater Victoria – Director of Learning and Engagement
The Art Gallery of Greater Victoria (AGGV) seeks an ambitious and experienced leader to join its senior management team, in the newly created role of Director of Learning and Engagement.
January 27

School of Image Arts at Toronto Metropolitan University – Chair
The successful candidate will have subject expertise in the creative industries, with a speciality in the areas of film, photography, digital arts or media studies.
January 28

University of Alberta Museums Art Collection – Curator
The University of Alberta Museums (UAM) seeks a dynamic, creative, and team-oriented Curator for the University of Alberta Museums Art Collection (UAMAC).
January 30

University of Toronto Mississauga – Associate Professor in Curatorial Studies
The department welcomes applications from candidates with a PhD in areas such as Art History, Cultural Studies, Museum/Curatorial Studies, or other related disciplines, and at least seven years of gallery management experience.
January 30

Indigenous Screen Office – Director of Operations
The Indigenous Screen Office (ISO) is an independent national advocacy and funding organization serving First Nations, Inuit and Métis creators of screen content in Canada.
January 31

Royal Manitoba Theatre Centre – Director of Patron Services
Reporting to the Director of Marketing and Communications with a dotted line to the Executive Director, the Director of Patron Services will oversee all Box Office and Front of House operations.
January 31

Careers at ACTRA Manitoba

The Creative Mind Group – Hollywood

Creative Manitoba

hireBIPOC.com

University of Winnipeg – PACE
Teaching the next generation of professionals is a rewarding opportunity for you to share your knowledge and past experiences that help others to learn and grow in your field.

Canadian Human Resources Council – Student Work Placement Program
CHRC is pleased to announce another year of Student Work Placement (SWP) internship subsidies for the Cultural sector! The SWP program supports cultural sector employers in hiring post-secondary students with wage subsidies of 50%-70% of the full wage cost to a maximum of $5,000-$7,000 per placement.

Government of Canada – The Magnet Student Work Placement Program (SWPP) brings together employers, students, and post-secondary school stakeholders to create quality work-integrated learning (WIL) opportunities.

Tripwire Media Group – Freelance Positions
Looking for full-time or extended contract work? Tripwire Media Group seeks out fun, talented and hard-working people who understand what it means to be part of a fun media company driven by authenticity, product excellence, and engagement.

Farpoint Films is currently casting Non-Union actors for upcoming projects.

Anaid Productions – Picture Editor
Anaid Productions is seeking a Picture Editor for a music-fueled home makeover series for network television. The ideal candidate has experience in the editorial department for lifestyle and unscripted television.  A passion for hip hop and rap music is a bonus!

Manitoba Start Youth Employment and Skills Strategy(YESS) 
The Manitoba Start Youth Employment and Skills Strategy (YESS) supports Winnipeg youth in finding meaningful employment to successfully transition into their desired career.
Youth will be matched to a Winnipeg employer in a position that aligns with their education, skills and/or interests, plus connect weekly to Career Development support from a Manitoba Start Career Coach.

Newcomer Employment Hub
Initiated by The Winnipeg Chamber of Commerce and Immigration Partnership Winnipeg The Newcomer Employment Hub (the Hub) brings together the business community and Manitoba newcomer community to work together to address the biggest challenge for businesses today: talent recruitment and retention.

APTN 
Launched in 1999 as the first national Indigenous broadcaster in the world, APTN creates a window into the remarkably diverse mosaic of Indigenous Peoples. As a respected non-profit, charitable broadcaster and the only one of its kind in North America, we share our stories of authenticity, while connecting with our audience through genuine, inspiring, and engaging entertainment.

O2 – Graphic Designer
O2 is a world-class innovation firm that integrates planning and design for cities and landscapes. We are seeking a graphic designer who will work closely with professionals to deliver meaningful, visual communication for promotional materials and project work.

Sphere Animation – multiple job opportunities

British Columbia

No Set Deadline British Columbia Arts Council – Application Assistance

No Set Deadline British Columbia Arts Council – Access Support

Rolling Deadline Creative BC – International Industry Initiatives

Rolling Deadline Creative BC – Passport to Markets

Rolling Deadline Creative BC – Reel focus BC Project Development Fund

Rolling Deadline Unison Fund – Financial Assistance 2022

January 24 First Peoples Cultural Council – Language Technology Program

January 25 First Peoples Cultural Council – Language Revitalization Planning Program

January 31 Creative BC – IP BC Pilot Program – Call for applications

Applications accepted February 1 – April 30 Government of BC – Community Gaming Grants Arts and Culture

February 17 Big Pictures: Murals, Billboards + Urban Interventions Conference – Call for Submissions

March 15 Hamber Foundation – Cultural and Creative Arts

May 31 First Peoples Cultural Council – Reclaiming my Language

Alberta

Ongoing Edmonton Arts Council – Invent and Adapt 2022

Ongoing City of Edmonton and Edmonton Arts Council  Public Art Selection Committee Roster – Call for Applicants

Ongoing City of Edmonton and Edmonton Arts Council –  Arts Presentation Fund for COVID Recovery

Applications being accepted Unison – Live Music Workers Fund 

Applications being accepted Workshop West Playwrights Theatre – Script Submissions

January 24 MALL FOOD: Call for Submissions

February 6 Calgary Arts Development, the Rozsa Foundation and the Calgary Foundation – Future Focus Granting Program

February 9 Stride Gallery – Call for Submissions

February 15 Edmonton Arts Council – Grants for Individuals and Collectives

March 1 Alberta Foundation for the Arts – Community Support Organizations Operating Funding

March 1 Alberta Foundation for the Arts Dance Individual Project Funding

March 1 Alberta Foundation for the Arts – Dr. MacEwan Literary Arts Scholarship

March 1
Alberta Foundation for the Arts – Film and Video Arts Scholarship

March 1 Alberta Foundation for the Arts – Film and Video Individual Project Funding 

March 1 Alberta Foundation for the Arts – Indigenous Arts Individual Project Funding

March 1 Alberta Foundation for the Arts – Literary Individual Project Funding

March 1 Alberta Foundation for the Arts – Music Individual Project Funding

March 1 Alberta Foundation for the Arts – Queens Platinum Jubilee Scholarship for Performing Arts 

March 1 Alberta Foundation for the Arts – Queens Platinum Jubilee Scholarship for Visual Arts

March 1 Alberta Foundation for the Arts – Theatre Individual Project Funding

March 1 Alberta Foundation for the Arts – Visual Arts and New Media Individual Project Funding

March 31 Forest City Gallery – Call for exhibition submissions

March 31 Blackfoot Confederacy Textile Artists For City Council Chambers – Call to Artists

March 31 City of Calgary – Call for Stoney Nakoda Artists submissions

April 1 AMAAS – Media Arts Sponsorship

May 1 Alberta Foundation for the Arts – Artists and Education Funding

June 1 Alberta Foundation for the Arts – Art Acquisitions by Application

Saskatchewan

Available year-round until the fund is exhausted, or until the cut off date of January 31, 2023 Creative Saskatchewan – Community Sponsorship

Closed when funding exhausted, or until the cut off date of February 9, 2023 Creative Saskatchewan – Market Travel Grant

Various deadlines Creative Saskatchewan – Business Capacity 

Various deadlines Creative Saskatchewan – Research

Various deadlines Creative Saskatchewan – Market and Export Development 

Various deadlines Creative Saskatchewan – Tour Support

Grant Deadline according to Organization’s Fiscal year-end SaskCulture – Annual Global Funding

First of each month  SKArts – Micro-grant Program

Open-ended Creative Saskatchewan – Feature Film and TV Production Grant

February 10 SaskCulture – Small Grant Accessibility Program

February 15 SaskCulture – Community Cultural Engagement and Planning Grant

March 1 City of Saskatoon – Special Events

March 1 SaskCulture – Choral Festival Funding

March 1 SK Arts – Artists in Communities

March 31 SaskCulture – Aboriginal Arts and Culture Leadership Grant

March 31 SaskCulture – Multicultural Initiatives Fund – Project Funding

March 31 City of Saskatoon – Culture Grants

April 1 SK Arts – Artists in Schools

Manitoba

No Set Deadline: At Least 4 weeks prior to start of project  Winnipeg Arts Council – Professional Research & Development Grant

No Set Deadline: At Least 4 weeks prior to start of project  Winnipeg Arts Council – Grants for Arts Administrators

No Set Deadline – At least 3 weeks prior to event/release Manitoba Film and Music – Feature Film Marketing Fund

No Set Deadline  Manitoba Film and Music – Pitch Readiness Program for Multi-Episode Productions

No Set Deadline  Manitoba Film and Music – Feature Film Development Fund 

No Set Deadline Manitoba Film and Music – Feature Film Production Fund

No Set Deadline Manitoba Film and Music – Music Video and Viral Video Fund

No Set Deadline Manitoba Film and Music – Record Product Marketing Support Program

No Set Deadline Manitoba Film and Music – Recording Artist Touring Support Program

No Set Deadline Manitoba Film and Music – Television and Web-based Production Fund

No Set Deadline  Manitoba Film and Music – Grant Program for Emerging Talent and Micro-Budget Production

No Set Deadline  Winnipeg Film Group – Workshop BIPOC Bursary fund

No Set Deadline Winnipeg Arts Council – Professional Development Grant Program for Artists and Arts Administrators

No set Deadline – Organizations must apply at least 8 weeks prior to proposal Winnipeg Foundation – Professional Development Grants

No Set Deadline, until funds are exhausted or until March 31 Manitoba Film and Music – Access to Market and Festivals

January 25 Manitoba Arts Council – Support – Operate

January 30 Manitoba Arts Council – Share – Artists in Communities

January 31 The Winnipeg Foundation – Organizational Development Grants

February 1 10th Winnipeg Underground Film Festival – Call for Submissions

February 7 Winnipeg Arts Council – Project Grant Program for Arts Organizations and Collectives

February 15 Manitoba Arts Council – Create

February 15 The Winnipeg Foundation – Centennial Institute Grants

February 24 Together There Residency – Call for visionaries

February 25 Manitoba Arts Council – Share – Present

March 1 Manitoba Arts Council – Learn – Travel/Professional Development

March 1 The Winnipeg Foundation – One-Time Community Grants

March 1 The Winnipeg Foundation – Summer Internship Program (SIP) Grants

March 7 Winnipeg Arts Council – Individual Artist Grant Program 

April 1 Manitoba Arts Council – Share – Tour

April 1 The Winnipeg Foundation – Literacy for Life Grants

April 15 Manitoba Arts Council – Learn – Travel/Professional Development

May 1 The Winnipeg Foundation – Major Capital Grants

Ontario

No set deadline – At least one month prior to event or start of project  Dreamcatcher Charitable Foundation – Arts and Culture

No set deadline – At least one month prior to event or start of project  Dreamcatcher Charitable Foundation – Education

No set deadline – Eight months prior to event Ontario Cultural Attractions Fund – Ontario Cultural Attractions Fund

No set deadline – By invitation only Hal Jackman Foundation

No set deadline Ontario Arts Council – Accessibility Fund: Project Support

No set deadline Toronto Arts Council – Black Arts  Projects

No set deadline Ontario Arts Council – Indigenous Visual Artists Materials

No set deadline Toronto Arts Council – Indigenous Arts Projects

No set deadline Ontario Arts Council – Recommender Grants for Theatre Creators

No set deadline Ontario Arts Council – Recommender Grants for Writers

No set deadline Toronto Arts Council – Visual and Media Art Artists

Accepting Applications Toronto Arts Foundation – Mentor in Residence

Rolling Deadline Ontario Arts Council – K.M. Hunter Charitable Foundation

January 16 – February 3 City of Windsor – Arts, Culture and Heritage Fund

January 23 Ontario Creates – CMF Pilot IDM Futures Forward Program

January 31 The Red Head Gallery – Call for new members (Toronto. GTA) 

February 1 Ontario Trillium Foundation – Resilient Communities Fund

February 1 Toronto Arts Council – ArtReach Toronto

February 1 Toronto Arts Council – Creative Communities Projects

February 1 Toronto Arts Council – Dance Annual Operating

February 1 Toronto Arts Council – Theatre Projects

February 7 Ontario Arts Council – Theatre Projects

February 8 City of Ottawa – Creation and production fund for professional artists

February 9 Ontario Arts Council – Publishing Organizations: Operating

February 10 Ottawa Arts Council – Art Awards Call for applications

February 15 City of Barrie – Arts and Culture Investment program

February 15 Ontario Arts Council – Ontario Arts Presenters Projects

February 15 Toronto Arts Council – Dance Project Grants

February 16 Ontario Arts Council – Dance Organizations: Operating

February 17 The Town of Bracebridge and the Bracebridge Business Improvement Area (BIA) – Call for Expressions of Interest : Public Art Murals in Downtown Bracebridge

February 21 Durham Community Foundation – Grants and Scholarships

February 26 City of Mississauga Public Art Program – Call for Submissions

March 1 Toronto Arts Council – Literary Annual Operating

March 1 Toronto Arts Council – Literary Projects

March 1 Ontario Arts Council – Media Arts Organizations: Operating

March 1 Ontario Arts Council – Multi and Inter-Arts Organizations: Operating

March 1 Toronto Arts Council – Creative Communities Annual Operating

March 1 Toronto Arts Council – Music Annual Operating

March 1 Toronto Arts Council – Theatre Annual Operating

March 1 Toronto Arts Council – Visual and Media Arts Annual Operating

March 1 Toronto Arts Council – Visual and Media Arts Project Grants: Presentations

March 3 Ontario Arts Council – Visual Arts Artist-run Centres and Organizations: Operating

March 8 Toronto Arts Council – Visual and Media Arts Multi-year Operating

March 9 Ontario Arts Council – Arts Service Organizations: Operating

March 9 Ontario Arts Council – Music Organizations: Operating

March 13 Toronto Arts Council – Black Arts Annual Operating

March 20 CIty of Ottawa – Young at Heart program

March 22 City of Ottawa – Youth in Culture Pilot Program

March 22 Ontario Arts Council – Literary Organizations: Operating

March 22 Ontario Arts Council – Multi and Inter-Arts Projects

March 23 Ontario Arts Council – Literary Organizations Projects

March 28 Ontario Arts Council – Music Production and Presentation Projects

March 29 Ontario Arts Council – Dance Projects

March 30 Ontario Arts Council – Arts Organizations in Communities and Schools: Operating

March 30 Ontario Arts Council – Major Organizations: Operating

April 3  2023 & 2024 Exhibitions at City of Kitchener Rotunda Gallery – Call for Proposals

April 5 City of Ottawa – Equity and Inclusion Arts Fund

June 14 Ontario Trillium Foundation – Capital Grant

June 20 Ontario Trillium Foundation – Youth Opportunities Fund

Quebec

Anytime  Conseil des arts et des lettres du Quebec – Acquisition and Marketing

Anytime Conseil des arts et des lettres du Quebec – Circulation of Works within Quebec

Anytime Conseil des arts et des lettres du Quebec – Circulation of Works Outside Quebec

Anytime Conseil des arts et des lettres du Quebec – Creation

Anytime Conseil des arts et des lettres du Quebec – Inuit and First Nations Arts – Microgrants

Anytime Conseil des arts et des lettres du Quebec – Inuit and First Nations Arts – Revitalization, Creation and Transmission

Anytime Conseil des arts et des lettres du Quebec – Professional Development

Anytime Conseil des arts et des lettres du Quebec – Publication and Critical Documentation

Anytime Conseil des arts et des lettres du Quebec – Public Presentation

Anytime Conseil des arts et des lettres du Quebec – Cultural Relaunch

Anytime Conseil des arts et des lettres du Quebec – Strategic Opportunities and Career Planning

Anytime Conseil des arts et des lettres du Quebec  – Travel

Anytime Conseil des arts et des lettres du Quebec – Vivacite

Anytime Conseil des arts et des lettres du Quebec – Exploration and Research

Anytime Conseil des arts et des lettres du Quebec – Artistic Residencies in Paris

Anytime Conseil des arts de Montreal – Support Fund for Accessibility 

Anytime Montreal Coop Video – Support Program for Aboriginal Artists

Anytime Centre d’art contemporain Optica Montreal – Call for propositions

January 23 Conseil des arts de Montreal – Dance Creation or Re-creation Residency 

January 23 Conseil des arts de Montreal – Jovette-Marchessault Award

January 24 Conseil des arts et des lettres du Quebec – Arts and Literature in Nord-du-Québec (Baie-James) – Territorial partnership (Creation, Production, Dissemination)

January 24 Conseil des arts et des lettres du Quebec – Arts and Literature in Nord-du-Québec (Baie-James) – Territorial partnership (Mobility)

January 24 Conseil des arts et des lettres du Quebec – Arts et lettres de Lanaudière – Partenariat territorial (Creation, Production, Dissemination)

January 24 Conseil des arts et des lettres du Quebec – Arts et lettres de Lanaudière – Partenariat territorial (Mobility)

January 30 Conseil des arts de Montreal – Creation and production residencies in non-disciplinary artistic practices

February 1 Conseil des arts et des lettres du Québec – Call for projects in partnership with the Archives nationales du Québec (BAnQ) and the Fondation de BAnQ – Sept-Îles

May 1 Conseil des arts et des lettres du Québec – Support for D/deaf Artists or Artists with Disabilities (Individuals, Collectives and Organizations)

Atlantic Provinces

No Set Deadline – Rolling deadline Music Nova Scotia – Business Travel

No Set Deadline – Rolling deadline Music Nova Scotia – Community Presenters

No set deadline – Rolling deadline New Brunswick Tourism, Heritage and Culture – Aboriginal Affairs Grants Program

No set deadline  – Rolling deadline Nova Scotia Tourism, Heritage, and Culture – Creative Industry Funding

No set deadline – At least 3 weeks prior to start of project New Brunswick Tourism, Heritage and Culture – Arts in Communities Program

No set deadline – At least 6 weeks prior to start of Initiative New Brunswick Tourism, Heritage and Culture – Arts and Cultural Industries – Strategic Initiatives Fund

No set deadline – At least 6 weeks prior to start of event Newfoundland and Labrador Tourism, Heritage and Culture – Cultural Events Fund

No set deadline – At least 1 month prior to start date of project Music NL- Market Access (Touring)

No set deadline – At least 1 week prior to start date of project Music NL- Market Access Newfoundland and Labrador

No set deadline: At least 1 month prior to start date of project Music NL – Professional Development Program

No set deadline – At least 1 month prior to start date of project Music NL – Virtual Professional Development

No set deadline Arts Nova Scotia – Access Support Supplement

Ongoing Arts NL – Professional Artists Travel Fund

January 31 St. Michael’s Printshop The Local Visiting Artist Program – Call for submissions

February 1 Arts NB – Artist in residence

February 1 Arts NB – Creative Residencies Quebec

February 1 Arts NB – Arts Scholarships

February 1 ArtsNL – Sustaining Program for Professional Arts Organizations

February 15 ArtsNL – Annual Operating Program for Professional Arts Organizations

February 15 Arts Nova Scotia – Nova Scotia Art Bank Purchase Program

March 1 Arts NB Career Development

March 1 Arts Nova Scotia – Artists in Communities

March 15 Arts NB Equinox Program for Indigenous Artists

March 15 ArtsNL – Professional Project Grants Program

March 15 Arts Nova Scotia – Arts Equity Funding Initiative

March 15 Arts Nova Scotia – Grants to Organizations and Groups

March 15 Music Nova Scotia – Artist Development Program

March 15 Music Nova Scotia – Marketing Support – Artist 1

March 15 Music Nova Scotia – Marketing Support – Artist 2

March 15 Music Nova Scotia – Marketing Support – Artist 3

March 15 Music Nova Scotia – Mentorship – Artist 1

March 15 Music Nova Scotia – Mentorship – Artist 2

March 15 Music Nova Scotia – Mentorship – Artist 3

March 15 Music Nova Scotia – Artist Recording – Artist 1

March 15 Music Nova Scotia – Showcase Support – Artist 1

March 15 Music Nova Scotia – Showcase Support – Artist 2

March 15 Music Nova Scotia – Showcase Support – Artist 3

March 15 Music Nova Scotia – Tour Support – Artist 1

March 15 Music Nova Scotia – Tour Support – Artist 2

March 15 Music Nova Scotia – Tour Support – Artist 3

March 15 Music Nova Scotia – Business Development

March 15 Music Nova Scotia – Mentorship – Business Investment

March 15 Music Nova Scotia – Developing Songwriter/Producer

March 25 Music Nova Scotia – Expert Access Program

April 1 Music Nova Scotia – Artistic Creation Program

April 1 Arts NB – Creation

April 1 Arts NB – Documentation

April 12 – May 17 Government of PEI – PEI Arts Grants Funding

May 1 Arts NB – Development

May 15 Arts Nova Scotia – Grants to Individuals

Yukon

Ongoing – Apply at least 6 weeks prior to event Yukon Arts and Culture – Apply for event funding to support new Canadians

Ongoing – Rolling Deadline Yukon Arts and Culture – Quebec – Yukon Project funding

Ongoing Yukon Arts Centre – Exhibitions and Performances

Ongoing / April 1 Yukon Arts and Culture – Youth Investment Fund

February 15 Yukon Arts and Culture – Operational or ongoing Arts Project Funding

March 15 Yukon Arts and Culture – Touring Artist Fund

March 15 Yukon Arts and Culture – Yukon Arts Fund

March 15 Yukon Arts and Culture – Cultural Industries Training Fund (CITF)

April 1 Yukon Arts and Culture – Professional Artistic Development Funding

April 15 – May 31 Yukon Foundation – Grants and Scholarships

Northwest Territories

Conversation with Economic Development Officer required first Government of North West Territories – Micro Business Seed

February 28 NWT Arts, Culture and Heritage – NWT Arts Council grants

March 31 NWT Arts, Culture and Heritage – Arts Organizations Operating Funding

Nunavut

Apply well in advance Nunavut Film Development – Market Endowment Program

Nunavut Film Development – The Learning Fund

Nunavut Film Development – Story Telling Fund

Nunavut Film Development – Creative Content Development Fund

Nunavut Film Development – Short Film Fund

Nunavut Film Development – Inuktut Versioning Fund

Nunavut Film Development – Nunavut Spend Incentive Program

January 31 Nunavut Culture and Heritage – Grants and Contributions

April 15 Nunavut Government – Community Tourism and Cultural Industries Program

April 15 Nunavut Government – Community Engagement Support Program

National

Still accepting Applications City TV – Canada’s Got Talent

Anytime prior to travel date Canada Council for the Arts – Creating, Knowing and Sharing: The Arts and Cultures of First Nations, Inuit and Metis Peoples – Travel

Anytime prior to travel date Canada Council for the Arts – Arts Across Canada – Travel

Anytime prior to travel date Canada Council for the Arts – Arts Across Canada – Representation and Promotion

Anytime prior to travel date Canada Council for the Arts – Arts Abroad – Travel

Anytime prior to travel date Canada Council for the Arts – Arts Abroad – Representation and Promotion

Anytime prior to travel date Canada Council for the Arts – Arts Abroad – Residencies

Rolling Deadline until funds deplete or March 1, 2023  Indigenous Screen Office – Travel Funding Apply now through our website and send any inquiries to funding@iso-bea.ca

Rolling deadline from July – March 6 2023 AFC – Arts Reactivation Program

Anytime prior to start of project Canada Council for the Arts – Creating, Knowing and Sharing: The Arts and Cultures of First Nations, Inuit and Metis Peoples – Small-Scale Activities

Anytime prior to start of project Canada Council for the Arts – Explore and Create – Professional Development for Artist

Anytime prior to start of project Canada Council for the Arts – Explore and Create – Research and Creation

Anytime prior to start of project Canada Council for the Arts – Explore and Create – Concept to Realization

Anytime prior to start of project Canada Council for the Arts – Supporting Artistic Practice – Professional Development for Arts Professionals

Anytime prior to the start of project Canada Council for the Arts – Arts Across Canada – Circulation and Touring

Anytime prior to the start of project Canada Council for the Arts – Arts Abroad – Circulation and Touring

Anytime prior to the start of project Canada Council for the Arts – Strategic Funds – Innovation Grants – Digital Generator

Anytime prior to the start of project Canada Council for the Arts – Strategic Funds – Innovation Grants – Digital Greenhouse

Anytime prior to the start of project Canada Council for the Arts – Strategic Funds – Seed

Anytime prior to the start of project Canada Council for the Arts – Strategic Funds – Market Access Strategy for Official Language Minority Communities (OLMC) Fund

Anytime prior to the start of project Independent Production Fund – Professional Development Grants

Anytime prior to the start of project Canadian Heritage – Legacy Fund – Building Communities through Arts and Heritage

Anytime prior to the completion of the translation Canada Council for the Arts – Arts Abroad – Translation

Anytime prior to the start of project: 90 days prior Canada Council for the Arts – Strategic Funds – Access Support Fund

No Set Deadline Dance Transition Resource Centre – Skills Grants

No Set Deadline Dance Transition Resource Centre – Mentorship

No set Deadline Forest City Gallery (FCG) – Call for Special Projects

No Set Deadline 4 weeks prior to start of project Dance Transition Resource Centre – Career Exploration Grants

Rolling Deadline until funds deplete or March 1, 2023  Indigenous Screen Office – Finishing Fund/Marketing Promotion Distribution

Rolling Deadline until funds deplete or March 1, 2023  Indigenous Screen Office – Sector Development

Anytime prior to the start of project RBC Emerging Artists Project

No set deadline Canadian Heritage – Cultural investment fund – Endangered arts organizations

No set deadline Canadian Heritage – Canadian Cultural Spaces Fund

No set deadline: At least 18 weeks prior to start date of project Canadian Heritage – Events – Community Support, Multiculturalism, and Anti-Racism Initiatives Program

No set deadline: At least 3 months prior to event Factor – Sponsorship

No set deadline: At least 3 months prior to event Factor – Collective Initiatives
https://www.factor.ca/programs/collective-initiatives/

No set deadline: At least 6 months prior to the project The McLean Foundation – Registered Charities

No set deadline: At least 6 months prior to project Canadian Heritage – Commemorate Canada

No set deadline: Rolling deadline Factor – Comprehensive Artist

No set deadline: Rolling deadline Factor -Comprehensive Music Company

No set deadline: Rolling deadline Factor – Live Performance

No set deadline: Rolling deadline Factor – Marketing and Promotion for non-FACTOR funded Sound Recordings

No set deadline: Rolling deadline Factor – Songwriter Development

No set deadline: Rolling deadline Factor – Video

No set deadline Shaw Rocket Fund – Partnership Stream

No set deadline Telefilm Canada – International Promotion Program

No set deadline FACE – Black Entrepreneurship Loan Fund

Ongoing –  Accepting letters of interest  Business Scale-Up and Productivity (BSP) in the Prairies

Ongoing Imprimo Working Group – Call for Galleries and Museums

Various deadlines Canadian Heritage – Canadian Film or Video Production Tax Credit

2022 Reelworld Film Festival – Reelworld Trailblazer Award

2022 Reelworld Film Festival – Reelworld Visionary Award

January 22 Winifred Shantz Award for Ceramics – Call for Submissions

January 26 imagiNATIVE 2023 Story Editor Lab – Accepting Applications

January 27 2023 Middlebrook Prize for Young Canadian Curators – Call for Submissions

January 30 – Feb 9 Telefilm Canada – Re-Opening Fund – Open Access Stream – Call for Applications

January 31 Canadian Heritage – Local Festivals – Building Communities Through Arts and Heritage

January 31 MUTEK Montréal 2023: Call for Projects

February 1 Dance Transition Resource Centre – Retraining Grants

February 1The Food Issue, photoED magazine – Call for Submissions

February 3 Factor – Artist Development

February 5 STEPS Public Art – CreateSpace Public Art Residency – Call for Artists

February 6 Calgary Underground Film Festival – Call for Submissions

February 9 Factor – Envelope Funding for Music Companies

February 10 Vancouver Short Film Festival – Call for Submissions

February 17 Telefilm Canada – Export Assistance Program

February 17 Telefilm Canada – Marketing Program

February 24 Telefilm Canada – International Promotion Program

March 6 Reactivation Program – Accepting Applications

March 7 62nd Toronto Outdoor Art Fair – Call for Artists

March 15 Canada Council for the Arts – Creating, Knowing and Sharing: The Arts and Cultures of First Nations, Inuit and Métis Peoples – Short Term Projects

March 18  Playwrights Guild of Canada – Playwrights Resiliency Program

March 19 ArchiShorts 2023 Film Competition – Call for Entries

March 22 Canada Council for the Arts – Supporting Artistic Practice – Literary Publishers

March 31 Telefilm Canada – Short-Term Compensation Fund for Canadian Audiovisual Productions

March 31 Canada Media Fund – Accessibility Support

March 31 Forest City Gallery (FCG) – Call for Exhibition Submissions

April 24 TELUS Fund –  Development Financing, Production Financing, and Discoverability programs
https://telusfund.ca/apply-discoverability/
https://telusfund.ca/apply-development/
https://telusfund.ca/apply-production/

International

Applications being accepted Alberta Music NXNE Music Festival – Call for Submissions

Ongoing Forest City Gallery – Call for Submissions

January 23 Telefilm Canada – Canada France Series Lab 7

January 25 13th Bejing International Film Festival – Call for Submissions

January 26 30th International Festival of Animated Film Stuttgart – Call for Submissions

Multiple Deadlines until January 26 Montreal Shorts Film Festival – Call for Submissions

Extended Deadline January 27 Weengushk International Film Festival (WIFF) – Call for Submissions

January 27 Banff World Media Festival – Rockie Awards International

January 31 WorldMediaFestival – Television & Corporate Media Awards – – Call for nominations

February 1 69th International Short Film Festival Oberhausen – Call for entries

February 1 Palm Springs International ShortFest 2023 – Call for entries

February 3 2023 Kidscreen Summit – Open for registrations

February 3 Ottawa School of Art’s 9th International Miniature Print Biennale Exhibition – Call for Submissions

Multiple deadlines until February 5 NorthWestFest International Documentary Festival – Call for Submissions

February 6 Calgary Underground Film Festival – Call for Entries

February 6 Mifa Pitches, The International Animation Film Market – Call for Entries

Multiple deadlines February 14 71st Melbourne International Festival – Call for Entries

February 15 La CINEF | Part of the Official Selection – Festival de Cannes – Call for Submissions

February 15 Web Series Festival Global

Multiple deadlines February 15 2023 Canadian Music Week – Call for Submissions

Multiple Deadlines February 17 41st Brussels International Fantastic Film Festival

Multiple deadlines until February 22 22nd Tribeca Film Festival – Call for Entries

February 22 Avant Première Music + Media Market Berlin – Accepting Registrations

February 24 70th Sydney Film Festival – Call for entries

February 24 Freeze Frame – Youth Video Contest – Call for applications

Multiple deadlines March 1 47th Frameline – Call for entries

Multiple deadlines March 1 Series Mania Festival + Forum 2023 – Call for entries

March 1 63rd International Zlin Film Festival for Children and Youth

March 20 Alternator Centre for Contemporary Arts – Call for Submissions

Multiple Deadlines March 30 30th Sheffield DocFest – Call for Entries

Multiple deadlines until April 6 47th Annecy International Animation Film Festival – Call for entries

Multiple deadlines until April 14 Female Eye Film Festival – Call for Submissions

Multiple deadlines until May 1 Fantasia International Film Festival – Call for Submissions

Multiple deadlines until May 1 Edmonton International Film Festival – Call for Submissions

May 3 76th Locarno Film Festival Short Films

June 11-14 Banff World Media Festival

Multiple deadlines until July 13 Toronto Independent Film Festival – Call for Submissions

Seneca College School of Creative Arts and Animation – Call for Program Advisory Board Members
Seneca College is seeking individuals from diverse background to serve as advisors for a new program in development that develops young talent in emerging forms of photography, imaging, and visual content creation.Open until positions are filled

Université de Saint-Boniface (USB) – $1500 scholarship for admissions to Multimedia Communications Diploma and Information Technology Diploma programs
Immerse yourself in the programming, Web and animation industry. At Université de Saint-Boniface (USB), there are two options for you to pursue a career in information technology or multimedia communications. Please note that all our classes are exclusively offered in French.

Women’s Enterprise Organizations of Canada – WEOC National Loan Program
Women’s Enterprise Organizations of Canada is proud to deliver the WEOC National Loan Program, which will support women and non-binary entrepreneurs as they start, scale, grow and maintain their businesses.
For more information and to apply: 
https://weoc.ca/loan-program/
https://wecm.ca/financing/

Indigenous Screen Office – Director Fellowship Registry in partnership with the Directors Guild of Canada
The Indigenous Screen Office and the Directors Guild of Canada have partnered to create a talent directory for mid-level to established Indigenous directors. The ISO and DGC have a shared desire to drive inclusion and parity and advance career development and training in the role of scripted television Directors, while increasing the likelihood of Directors’ future success on the job. Deadline: ongoing

ArtsNL – Call for Peer Assessment Committee Recommendations
ArtsNL is seeking recommendations of people to be considered to fill positions on the peer assessment committees that review and evaluate grant applications for funding. Revolving/Open

DIY Theatre – Treasurer
DIY Theatre is recruiting a new member to our voluntary board of directors to serve as treasurer. Apply Now

Griffin Art Projects 
2023 Residency Opportunities in Vancouver

FAVA – Workshops
For over 40 years, FAVA has been providing the Edmonton community with film and video-related workshops, classes, and social events
Workshops from January 16, 2023 onwards

DARC – Making Music with Live Coding
Learn to program rhythms, melodies, and compositions in this three-part, in-person workshop.
January 17 – 31

Winnipeg Film Group – Intro to Character Design with Alex Copones and Mandy Szwaluk
In this workshop we will delve into simplistic vs complex character design choices, utilizing the basics of Adobe Illustrator shape construction, and participants will gain a deeper understanding of character design choices in film, animation, screenwriting, and more.
January 21

Banff Centre – Graphic Novels and Visual Narratives
Banff Centre’s Graphic Novels and Visual Narratives residency considers how creatives use this unique media as a place for personal narrative, memoir, and exploration.
January 25

Banff Centre – Indigenous Arts Residency: Digital Constellations 2023
The Digital Constellations Residency supports the development and research phase of a digital media project wherein you can apply as an individual or with a collaborator.
January 25

2023 Glenfiddich Artists in Residence Prize
Glenfiddich, Canada’s Favourite Scotch Whisky, Invites Canadian Artists To Apply for the 17th Annual Artists in Residence Program, a Renowned Residency Valued at Over $24,000 CAD.
January 31

DARC – Intro to Screenwriting
This introductory screenwriting workshop explores the art and craft of writing scripts for videos, feature films, or television productions.
February 1- 22

DARC – Intro to Filmmaking
Intro to Filmmaking is a 4-part introductory workshop for artists who are interested in learning how to work with video. This hands-on workshop provides artists with camera, audio, and lighting basics from pre- to post-production.
February 4 – 12

StudioLab xR Introduction to Unreal Engine 5 
Unreal Engine is at the forefront of virtual production, leading with advanced real-time 3D creation tools for photo-real visuals and immersive experiences
February 4 – 25

2023 CreateSpace Public Art Residency – Call for Artists
STEPS Public Art is thrilled to launch the 2023 CreateSpace Public Art Residency, a national public art program designed in collaboration with advisors from coast to coast, to provide emerging Black, Indigenous (First Nations, Inuit and Métis) and racialized artists with the skills, relationships and practical experiences needed to build and advance community-engaged public art practices.
February 5

Banff Centre – Indigenous Dramturgies Exchange 
Indigenous Dramaturgies Exchange offers you professional development and space for artistic exchange on a current or upcoming dramaturgy project, with a focus on on-the-land engagement as a way of locating stories.
February 15

Banff Centre for Arts – Introductory Wise Practices Indigenous Leadership Online
This online program renews our relationship with wise practices during a time of great change for humanity. We will activate community wisdom in action through case studies from our local and global interspace, deepen critical skills, reawaken gifts, and re-envision what leaders need in order to thrive, while living wholistically into responsibilities, inherent wellbeing, and abundance.
February 21

StudioLab xR World building in Unreal Engine 5
World Building in Unreal Engine is a four-week course that focuses on creating 3D environments, virtual set design and previsualization to execute the artistic vision of their project.
March 5


Grants and support:

Indigenous Screen Office (Canada)
The ISO champions Indigenous screen-based storytellers and narrative sovereignty in Canada through our funding and advocacy work. We support Indigenous companies, communities and individuals to share their diverse stories and perspectives across all screen platforms.

BIPOC TV & Film Finishing Fund (Canada)
Supports the post-production, marketing, promotion and distribution activities of BIPOC-led films. The fund is open to shorts and feature films directed and produced by Black, Indigenous (First Nations, Metis, Inuit), and racialized People of Colour. The maximum contribution towards a feature film is $20,000 (CAD). For short films, the maximum contribution is $7,500 (CAD).


Industry Hiring:

Access Reelworld (Canada)
Fully transparent and searchable recruiting platform for Canadian creatives in the screen industry who are Black, Indigenous, Asian, and People of Colour.

HireBIPOC (Canada)
Roster of Canadian BIPOC crew and creatives working in screen-based industries.


Festivals:

Film Freeway is a good resource for filmmakers to discover and submit film’s to festivals. You can search for festivals and submit films to them and:

  • Your work is only accessible to festivals that you submit to and can never be downloaded or shared without your permission.
  • You always retain 100% of all rights to your intellectual property.Upload as many videos as you like in full HD, absolutely free. Your FilmFreeway account comes with unlimited storage.
  • Receive real-time submission status updates directly from the festivals you’ve entered.

American Film Festival (Poland)
The festival is the only event in Central Europe to focus intently on American independent film, and the festival was created to be a viable avenue toward European distribution and co-production. There is no entry fee, so submitting your short to this festival is well worth it, as you won’t be losing any money in the process.

Antimatter Film Festival (Canada)
Victoria, BC usually in October.

Ann Arbor Film Festival (USA)

Asinabka Festival (Canada)
Indigenous film and media arts festival in Ottawa that allows independent artists – national, international, Indigenous, non-Indigenous – to share, present, and disseminate their work. No submission fees, and artists fees paid to exhibited films. Highlight works that examine Indigenous issues and topics.

Aspen Shortsfest (USA)
Your film submission can not exceed 40 minutes in length.

Arizona Underground Film Festival (USA)

Atlanta Underground Film Festival (USA)

Austin Film Festival (USA)
Focuses on the writer’s contribution to film making, and its original name was the “Heart of Film Screenwriters Conference”. 40 minute cap on film runtime in the short categories of “Narrative”, “Documentary” and “Animation”.

B-movie, Underground and Trash Film Festival (Netherlands)
The Dutch film festival for B-movies, Underground & Trash Films.

BANFF World Media Festival (Canada)
The Banff World Media Festival (BANFF), in partnership, with the Indigenous Screen Office (ISO) and Canada Media Fund (CMF) are proud to announce the first in-person Indigenous Screen Summit. The Summit will be anchored by a half-day Pitch Forum financing event where Indigenous producers and creators will have the opportunity to pitch their in development scripted programs to panels of Canadian and international buyers, as well as an industry audience.

Berlin Film Festival (Germany)
Otherwise known as “Berlinale”, this German festival is considered to be the largest publicly attended film festival in the world, with over 300,000 tickets sold annually. The maximum length varies from category to category: the maximum length for short films in the “Berlinale Shorts” competition is 30 minutes, for “Generation” it is 20 minutes, for the “Perspektive Deutsches Kino”, which is german films only, the max is 45 minutes.

BFI London Film Festival (UK)
The British Film Institute London Film Festival. The maximum runtime for shorts can not go beyond 60 minutes, which is quite generous for a short, and there is no submission fee.

Boston Underground Film Festival (USA)

Calgary Underground Film Festival (Canada)
Regular Deadline: February 6, 2023. Western Canada’s premiere genre festival. Also note the sister festival CUFF.Docs: Documentary Film Festival in November.

Cannes Film Festival (France)
Their Short Film category accepts works of 15 minutes or less, with no fee upon submission.

Chicago Underground Film Festival (USA)

Clermont-Ferrand International Short Film Festival (France)
The event has two different sections, one National for French filmmakers, and an International for filmmakers from across the globe. The maximum runtime for short film submissions is 40 minutes, and there is no fee that comes along with entering your film.

Coney Island Film Festival (USA)

Digi60 Filmmakers’ Festival (Canada)
60 day short film making challenge and festival in Ottawa, ON with screenings typically in December.

Delhi Shorts International Film Festival (India)
Short film of all genres until October 18.

Edinburgh International Film Festival (UK)
Shorts should not exceed 30 minutes in overall runtime. The festival features fictional, experimental, animated, and documentarian works.

Encounters International Short Film Festival (UK)
Caters specifically to short films, and strive to “discover, support and develop new talent in filmmaking.” The international festival as been labelled an official gateway to the world’s most well-known awards including the BAFTAs, European Film Awards and is a qualifying festival for the Academy Awards. Shorts can not exceed 30 minutes in runtime.

Experiments in Cinema (USA)
Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA based non-competitive film festival that is designed to inspire a new generation of homegrown media activists.

Festival du nouveau cinéma (Canada)
Montreal-based. Supportive of new formats.

Florida Experimental Film/Video Festival (USA)

Hell’s Half Mile Film & Music Festival (USA)
Bay City, Michigan.

Images Festival (Canada)
Deadline: November 1, 2022. Toronto, ON. Independent film and media culture in dialogue with contemporary art

imagineNATIVE (Canada)
Toronto-based festival focused on diverse contemporary work of Indigenous directors, producers, and screenwriters working in film, video, audio, and digital media.

International Documentary Festival FIPADOC (France)
Documentaries until October 17.

Lausanne Underground Film Festival (Switzerland)

Los Angeles Film Festival (USA)
A qualifying festival in short films for the Academy Awards, making this event a great opportunity for acclaim. The “short” short films are required to be under 26 minutes and the “mid-length” short films must be between 26-45 minutes.

Media City (Canada/USA)
Deadline: March 1, 2023. Windsor, Ontario and Detroit, Michigan.

Melbourne Underground Film Festival (Australia)

Milwaukee Underground Film Festival (USA)

Mono No Aware (USA)

Montreal Underground Film Festival (Canada)

New Directors/New Films Festival (USA)
Focuses on first-time filmmakers. Shorts only accept submission by artists who are 30 years old or younger at the time of the end of production. The standard runtime for shorts in “Fiction”, “Documentary”, “Animation”, and “Experimental” is 54 minutes.

New Orleans Film Festival (USA)
NOFF’s Oscar-qualifying status allows the recipient of the festival’s Documentary Short Jury Award, Narrative Short Jury Award, and Animated Short Jury Award will be eligible for consideration.

Onion City Experimental Film and Video Festival (USA)

Palm Springs International ShortFest (USA)
This oscar-qualifying short film festival is the largest short film festival in North America. With a focus on nurturing new filmmaking talent, this festival is a must for submitting your short, especially if you are new to the game. Your short must be no longer than 40 minutes to be considered.

PDXtreme Festival (USA)
Genre festival in Portland, Oregon.

Raindance (UK)
The shorts that go on to be accepted to the festival will qualify for Oscar and BAFTA considerations. There is a short film maximum runtime of 45 minutes in the following categories: “Narrative Short”, “Documentary Short”, and “Animation Short”.

Revelation Perth International Film Festival (Australia)

Sâkêwêwak Annual Storyteller’s Festival (Canada)
A community based, multidisciplinary arts showcase featuring Indigenous artists. During this annual event, a number of artists are invited to participate as an opportunity to share their diverse artistic practices with the Regina community.

San Antonio Film Festival (USA)

San Diego Underground Film Festival (USA)

Slamdance Film Festival (USA)
A focus on lower-budget films and emerging artists—of the submissions, 70 shorts are chosen. The maximum runtime for shorts is 40 minutes. There are four categories for shorts: “Narrative”, “Documentary”, “Animation”, and “Experimental”.

South Texas Underground Film Festival (USA)

Sundance Film Festival (USA)
Sundance offers a number of different categories, in both feature-length and short. To qualify for the Short Film competition, the work must be 50 minutes or less, including credits.

SXSW Film Festival (USA)
Submit to “Narrative Short”, “Documentary Short”, and “Animated Short”. The short must be under 40 minutes, and SXSW does not accept rough cuts, meaning your film must be completely polished by the time of submission.

Sydney Underground Film Festival (Australia)

Telluride Film Festival (USA)
Shorts should not exceed 60 minutes, which is a bit longer than most maximums.

Toronto International Film Festival (Canada)
The maximum length of international shorts can not exceed 49 minutes.

Tribeca Film Festival (USA)
The submission must be 40 minutes or under to be eligible. Caters to both “emerging and established voices”, making is a viable option for those newer in the industry.

Venice Film Festival (Italy)
This festival is the oldest film festival in the world, having originated in 1932, and is a part of the “Venice Biennale” which is an arts organization that puts on a number of exhibitions in film, architecture, contemporary dance, and theatre. Shorts have a 40 minute maximum runtime for the submission.

Web Series Festival Global 
Web series of any genre through multiple deadlines until August 8, 2023.

Winnipeg Underground Film Festival (Canada)
Deadline: February 1, 2023. Contemporary experimental film and video in Winnipeg, Manitoba with no submission fees.

WNDX Festival of Film and Video Art (Canada)
Winnipeg, Manitoba. The WNDX x NIMAC experimental moving image awards comprises eight awards for BIPOC gender diverse experimental media art practitioners.

Yorkton Film Festival (Canada)
Short and feature films, episodic/television series, animated projects and documentary projects of all genres through multiple deadlines until January 31, 2023.

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