Radio & Television

BIPOC TV & Film launches showrunner training bootcamp

TORONTO — BIPOC TV & Film announced today the launch of its first showrunner training bootcamp, a four-day workshop for mid- to upper-level Canadian writers and content creators. “The bootcamp will be open to writers who are Black, Indigenous or People of Colour who have or have had a TV or web series in development with a Canadian broadcaster or production company, a minimum of co-producer credit on a Canadian TV or web series, or a story editor credit on an animated series,” reads a press release. Led by writer and executive producer Anthony Q. Farrell, the bootcamp will include...
 

Our industry and COVID-19

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