Jan 24th 2015 - CineVic Closed / Westcoast Screenwriting Classes

CineVic will be Closed
Saturday, Jan 24th 2015
Sorry for any inconvenience.

But at in the CineVic office :

January 23rd – 25th in Victoria BC
In five sessions of what has been described as ‘high-octane teaching’, Brian Paisley (LIES LIKE TRUTH, APOCALYPSE…WHEN?, TRUNK) and Keith Digby (TIME EXPOSURES, SHERLOCK AND JACK, TRUNK) will take a maximum of nine participants through hands-on sessions in screenwriting structure, character development, creating visual action scenes, and building sequences that will grip your audience.

CineVic returns as a recommending partner in Telefilm Canada’s Micro-budget Production Program

Would you like a chance at a $120,000 non-repayable contribution to your first feature film? Thought so! Last year CineVic's recommended project (Connor Gaston's The Devout) and CineVic board member Jeremy Lutter's Hollow were successful in their applications, lets keep Victoria in motion!

Short Circuit 2015 - Call for Submissions


Pacific Northwest Filmmakers
Please submit your short films!

CineVic Presents Trunk at the Victoria Film Festival

Filed under: Screenings.

Date and Time: 
8 February 2015 - 7:15pm

Director: Martin DeValk • Victoria • 2015 • 80min

Cop or killer? She’s convinced he murdered her daughter, and today is payback. His pleas of innocence fall on deaf ears. Lies are useless, mind games backfire, the truth doesn’t work. In the end, the only way he can stop this death-ride could kill them both. Trunk is a made in Victoria film that explores the limits and possi- bilities of the single location film. Prepare yourself for a taut, claustophobic, psychological thriller.

Production Insurance available for Lvl III members

Filed under: News.

Troubles with permits? Worried about cast/crew liabilities on your set? Locations a no-go without insurance?

CineVic is pleased to be able to offer Level III members coverage of $187,000 rental equipment liability and $2,000,000 General Liability Production insurance at the rate of $150 per consecutive 10 days. That’s CONSECUTIVE.

As there is a limit of numbers of productions this can cover it is strictly on a first come, first served basis.

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