Current Opportunities

Showcase Opportunity

Submissions Open: Silver Wave Film Festival

Silver Wave Film Festival (Fredericton, NB)

The annual Silver Wave Film Festival features something for everyone. The event is hybrid now and films may be shown in person or online. The festival offers a showcase of international, multicultural, French, and English programming of all genres and lengths and a comprehensive industry series which brings experienced and emerging producers and filmmakers together.

Deadline: August 5, 2024
Networking Opportunity

CSNPEI Room Rental Directory

Community Sector Network of PEI

Are you an organization with meeting rooms, event spaces, or facilities available for rent? Elevate your visibility and attract potential renters by joining the CSNPEI comprehensive non-profit organization room rental directory.

Showcase Opportunity

Submissions Open: Images Festival 2024

Images Festival (Toronto, ON)

Images Festival is a leading presenter of independent film and media culture in dialogue with contemporary art. We aspire to elevate conversations between artists, scholars, and the public about the politics of the moving image. We are an artist-driven festival that expands traditional definitions and understandings of media art by experimenting with a multiplicity of artistic forms.

Deadline: August 31, 2024
Climate | Learning Opportunity

CBC: Seeds of Change (Webinar)


Date & time: Wednesday, June 19 · 2 - 4pm ADT - Zoom A free event to celebrate and learn about climate action in the media industry. Join us to explore how we can all accelerate environmentally sustainable change through the content we make! ASL, Closed Captioning and French translation will be available during the live sessions if you join via the Zoom link.

Deadline: June 19, 2024
Learning Opportunity

New Disabled Producers Lab Launches

The National Screen Institute, Women in View & the Disability Screen Office

Developed with Disabled filmmakers Ophira Calof and Michelle Asgarali, the lab is designed for Disabled producers across Canada aged 18+ marginalized by gender including transgender women, cisgender women, transgender men, non-binary people and many other gender identities. Up to five participants with a completed short film script ready to develop will be paired with industry mentors to create a comprehensive production binder.

Deadline: July 22, 2024
Work Opportunity

Now Hiring: Executive Director

The Grand Theatre (London, Ontario)

This role presents an opportunity to continue the impact of this major regional theatre in its community and beyond. The Grand seeks an inspiring leader with exceptional operational experience, financial acumen, fundraising ability and people skills to partner alongside Rachel Peake, the Grand Theatre’s Artistic Director. A comprehensive compensation package is offered with an annual salary of $120,000 - $160,000 per year commensurate with experience, together with a benefits package.

Deadline: June 18, 2024
Work Opportunity

Call for Instructors 2024-2025

Town of Stratford

The Town of Stratford is currently accepting proposals from interested providers to offer residents programs for all ages and abilities that promote social, physical and mental well-being. We are committed to an equity-driven, inclusive, accessible and barrier-free recruitment and selection process, and to ensuring our programming reflects the full diversity of the community we serve.

Deadline: July 12, 2024
Volunteer Opportunity

Volunteer with Festival of Small Halls

Festival of Small Halls

Don't miss out on being part of this exceptional island experience - Happening from June 14 to 23! For any questions, please reach out to Brie at For event details, visit: To fill out an application form, click here!

Deadline: June 13, 2024
Learning Opportunity

The Bee – Workshop

River Clyde Pageant

Each week will feature storytelling activities and easy drama games followed by a handicrafts session, where we work together on simple tasks that will help bring specific design elements of the Pageant to life. This may involve weaving spruce roots, doing papier-mâché or basic sewing to create puppets, set pieces, costumes and flags for the show. You can come once, or to all sessions. Please register in advance so we know how many people to expect.

Deadline: July 12, 2024
Learning Opportunity

Dance like the Wind – Workshop

River Clyde Pageant

Dancer/choreographer Reequal Smith of Oshun’s Dance leads this workshop exploring movement, imagination and environment. Participants will dance together in outdoor and indoor settings, working on movement exercises and group choreography that builds connection to each other and the natural world. Inspired by the wind, weather and other natural forces around us, this workshop will create choreography that explores free-flowing movement. This choreography will be performed in the 2024 Pageant.

Deadline: June 22, 2024
Showcase Opportunity

Accepting Entries: Charlottetown Film Festival 2024

Charlottetown Film Society

This year’s festival (October 17th - 20th, 2024) will be our biggest yet and include the Charlottetown Film Forum alongside our diverse lineup of films. The Forum will feature industry panels, one-on-one networking meetings, and Gala Celebrations to bring filmmakers from around the world together to foster creativity and inspire collaboration. Our intimate festival bridges the gap between creatives and distributors/financiers to break down barriers and get future projects off the ground.

Deadline: September 3, 2024
Exhibit Opportunity

Vendor Table Bookings Now Open!

Island Hill Farm

This year Island Hill Farm will be offering vendors a table rental space for an outside market during our open hours. Your table will be located near our Shoppe or garden area part of our shop only section. We do have space for 4-6 tables in this area, so there may be other vendors booked during the same dates. Price is $75.00 (includes tax). You are to provide your own tent and tables, electricity extra ($10). ​Please email with subject Vendor Table Rental for more info.

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