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  • AFCOOP Spring GM 2021

    AFCOOP Spring GM 2021

    Please join AFCOOP staff, board and membership for our Spring GM, Apr. 22nd @ 6:30pm on Zoom. At this meeting, staff will provide updates on what AFCOOP has been up to in the last quarter, and …Read More »
  • WorkPrint — March 2021

    WorkPrint — March 2021

    IN THIS ISSUE Director’s Reportby Martha Cooley Short: Self Portraitby Sylvia Mok Feature: An Oral History of Wormwood’s Cinemaby Evan BowerScreen Memorieswith Samira Eblaghi The Shot ListCalls, Grants, Opportunities A …Read More »
  • AFCOOP’S DIGITAL YARD SALE

    AFCOOP’S DIGITAL YARD SALE

    Last summer, AFCOOP received a large equipment donation from a veteran filmmaker in the community. The donation included lighting, camera, sound, and other miscellaneous film accessories, some of which we …Read More »
  • Members Directory

    Members Directory

    Since in-person networking is off the table right now, AFCOOP is in the process of creating an online platform for filmmakers, cast and crew to find each other and form …Read More »
  • WorkPrint — February 2021

    WorkPrint — February 2021

    IN THIS ISSUE Director’s Report: WorkPrint Is Back!by Martha CooleyFeature: Greenhouse Arthouseby Evan BowerScreen Memorieswith Iain MacLeod The Shot ListCalls, Grants, Opportunities WORKPRINT IS BACK! Since WorkPrint last published in 2010, it’s …Read More »
  • Micro-Budget Day

    Micro-Budget Day

    AFCOOP is one of the nominating partner organizations for Telefilm Canada’s Talent to Watch program, through which multiple micro-budget feature films are produced by emerging Canadian filmmakers each year. In an …Read More »
  • FILM 5 INFO SESSION

    FILM 5 INFO SESSION

    FILM 5 Trainee Info Session Thursday January 28th, 6pm (Free on Zoom) Alongside the creative teams, FILM 5 also trains aspiring technical crew through the Trainee Program. FILM 5 Trainees …Read More »
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AFCOOP acknowledges that we are located in Kjipuktuk in Mi’kma’ki, the ancestral and unceded territory of the Mi’kmaq People. This territory is covered by the “Treaties of Peace and Friendship” which Mi’kmaq, Wəlastəkwiyik (Maliseet), and Passamaquoddy Peoples first signed with the British Crown in 1726. The treaties did not deal with surrender of lands and resources but in fact recognized Mi’kmaq and Wəlastəkwiyik (Maliseet) title and established the rules for what was to be an ongoing relationship between nations. We are all treaty people.