Job Descriptions Executive Assistant (full-time, contract for one year) The Executive Assistant to the ISO is responsible for contributing to the effective operation of the organization, assisting the directors and supporting other staff. The Executive Assistant is an integral part of the team and is in a position of trust and integrity. The role is
ISO Statement The Indigenous Screen Office is aware of the issues of Indigenous identity that have recently been raised within the Indigenous screen sector. As an Indigenous advocacy and funding organization with the mission of fostering Indigenous narrative sovereignty, the ISO takes such matters very seriously. The ISO has and continues to develop policies regarding
THANK YOU FOR ALL THE APPLICATIONS. APPLICATION PROCESS NOW CLOSED. The Indigenous Development Grants Program provides funding for project and professional development for both Indigenous individuals and majority Indigenous-owned companies. The objective of this program is to support Indigenous content creators in the screen-based sector. IMPORTANT: Please read the Application Guidelines and FAQs prior to
Thanks for all the Applications. Process is now closed. DEVELOPMENT GRANTS for Racialized (Black and People of Colour) Application for Individuals ISO and partners REMC and BIPOC TV & Film have launched the Solidarity Fund in response to the ongoing movement demanding justice and equality for racialized people in all aspects of Canadian life and society.
TORONTO — The Indigenous Screen Office (ISO) is pleased to announce its latest round of funding, which will be delivered through two distinct programs serving both Indigenous creators and providing solidarity support for creators who are Black andPeople of Colour. The Indigenous Development Grants Program will provide funding for project and professional development for both
The Indigenous Screen Office Announces First Fellowship Recipient in Newly Created Partnership with The Sundance Institute
June 30, 2020—The Indigenous Screen Office (ISO) is pleased to announce its new partnership with the Sundance Institute this week and the selection of filmmaker Amanda Strong as its first Canadian Fellow to take part in the 2020 Sundance Institute Native Filmmaker’s Lab. “We are very excited to create new opportunities for Canadian Indigenous screen