Join Reel Asian for another Tea Talks this August as we take a deep dive into film funding programs offered by the Harold Greenberg Fund. One of the leading Canadian film funding organizations, the Harold Greenberg Fund has invested over $85 million in the Canadian film and television industry.
Industry insiders Alan Bacchus and John Galway will give Tea Talk participants an overview of the funding programs offered at Harold Greenberg Fund with a focus on feature project development for emerging filmmakers.
This Tea Talk is $5 at the door, or FREE for past Unsung Voices participants and Reel Asian Pitch Finalists, on a first come, first served basis. Limited spots available. Deadline to apply is Tuesday August 8th at 5PM. Apply below!
Wednesday, August 9th • 4:30PM
The Commons, 401 Richmond Street West (Suite 440, 4th Floor, Room MP-B)
In 2005, he joined The Harold Greenberg Fund as President and Board Member. At the Fund, he has overseen investments of more than $30 Million and has helped develop over 1000 feature film and television projects. He is also the co-founder of the Toronto Irish Film Festival and is a board member of the Irish Canadian Chamber of Commerce. He sits on various industry boards, juries and advisory committees.
Alan Bacchus, a graduate of Queen’s University and the Vancouver Film School, is a Toronto-based film industry professional, writer, and filmmaker. As Programs Manager at Bell Media’s Harold Greenberg Fund, Alan is responsible for managing the Script Development Program, the Short-to-Features Program and other Fund initiatives. Alan oversees the adjudication process and works closely with the Fund’s clients to ensure the creative and administrative needs of both the Fund and the individual projects are met. Prior to the Fund worked at the Canadian Film Centre, Capri Films, and Norflicks Productions, in a number of development and production capacities. As a filmmaker Alan has produced and directed a number of short films. In addition Alan has written for a number of film publications. His film reviews for Exclaim! magazine as well as his personal blog Daily Film Dose are another means of expression for his love of film.
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