StoryHive offers funding to women to create a digital short film

NANAIMO - Telus' StoryHive is offering women a chance to get $10,000 to produce a short film.

Telus' StoryHive is offering funding opportunities for female directors.

TELUS’ StoryHive is offering female directors the chance to win $10,000 to produce a digital short film.

Women must submit their digital short idea and plan for production by Sept. 12 and then it goes to a public voting round for funding allocation.

For more information or an application, please go to www.storyhive.com.

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