We are pleased to announce our 2016 Face 2 Face lineup!
As a key component of the [Interactive] Film Industry Forum, the St. John’s International Women’s Film Festival hosts the Face 2 Face Pitch Session, an annual event connecting filmmakers with industry leaders from across Canada and North America. Filmmakers can pitch their projects, obtain invaluable feedback and perhaps a deal or two!
Face 2 Face is the time to use your pitching skills and make your minutes really count. The participants are given 15-minute meetings to pitch their idea one-on-one with someone from an impressive line-up of broadcasters, funders, producers and distributors. They are waiting for you to wow them with your ideas for films, docs, television pilots, and also your web series, video game or interactive projects.
Due to the popularity of this event, interested participants must apply to pitch.Only those who apply will be considered for a pitch session. Apply for these coveted meetings with the application form below.
Please note that incomplete or late applications will not be considered. You may apply to meet with up with as many professionals as you’d like. We will try to accommodate your request, but we offer no guarantee of meetings as the appointment times are very limited.
How to Apply
Download the 2016 Face 2 Face Application Form All applications must be received by email only by October 17th, 2016 at 17:00 (Newfoundland Daylight Time.) [Note: Deadline was extended from the original time of noon).
Submit your application to email@example.com or call (709) 754-3141 for more information. Late or incomplete applications will not be considered.
*Privacy Notice: All personal information is kept confidential and handled as required by the Access to Information and Protection of Privacy Act.
Who Can You Pitch To?
- Bell Media
- Marina Cordoni Entertainment
- Newfoundland & Labrador Film Development Corporation
- National Film Board of Canada
- Pacific North West Films
- Take the Shot Productions
- Telefilm Canada
- Skyship Entertainment
- VICE Canada