The grants are available to anyone who wants to get creative, not just filmmakers. All ideas and mediums will be considered, from lifestyle videos like cooking, beauty and fitness to vloggers, livestreamers, gamers, educators, podcasts and more – these grants are intended to help community creators bring their unique ideas to life.
The application process has been simplified for this open call and Storyhive is seeking rural perspectives with grants set aside for the following regions: Grande Prairie, Lethbridge, Fort McMurray, Medicine Hat, Red Deer, Penticton, Kamloops, Vernon, Prince George, Nanaimo, Terrace, Fort St.John, Edmonton and Calgary.
Interested creators can submit their project applications at Storyhive.com. The deadline for submission is June 3.
Since 2014, Telus Storyhive has provided a safe space for content creators and screen-based storytellers to hone their skills, take risks and bring the projects they care about to life. This open call is an extension of this commitment as Storyhive continues to support creatives from all backgrounds, perspectives and experience levels.