Registration Questionnaire - 2021 Season

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Calendar for May 2021Calendar for June 2021


REEL OPPORTUNITIES workshops will be booked from January through June 2021.

Standard sessions are about 60 minutes long, but can be shorter if you'd like. 

Please select your TOP THREE date + 60-minute time slot combinations as options for your workshop. The more options you can provide, the better we can accommodate you.

If you are unable to select specific dates at this time, please let us know your approximate date and time preferences in the text field at the bottom of this page. 



Example format: 2:00 PM || Workshops are approximately 60 minutes.


Example format: 2:00 PM || Workshops are approximately 60 minutes.


Example format: 2:00 PM || Workshops are approximately 60 minutes.
Note: Multiple classes can participate in a single session. However, if you wish to have workshops for separate classes, please submit a separate form for each workshop.






Each workshop will provide an overview of various jobs in the film industry, and then feature a conversation with a working film & TV industry professional. If you have a particular job area or department that your students would be especially interested in discussing (e.g. sound, camera crew, hair and makeup, etc.), please let us know here. 
Please note that we cannot guarantee a match in that sector of the industry, but we will do our best. 










Please note: A 15-minute tech rehearsal with REEL CANADA may be required to take place a few days prior to your workshop.


   
Is your internet connection stable enough to run a video call? 
Is the internet connection at your school/meeting place stable enough to run a video call? 
In general, is the internet connection in your community (i.e. at your students' homes) stable enough to run a video call? 
Please note: It may be prudent to plan extra time for the session in case the webcast skips or cuts out temporarily.


Film Screening


The REEL OPPORTUNITIES experience may be more meaningful if students get to watch a Canadian film! 

You can do this any time leading up to your screening or afterwards. 

We will provide you with an educational streaming link that will be active for seven days from the date you specify. 


Great! Once you hit submit on the next page, you will receive a link to the order form for our Lending Library. Please click through and complete that second form to make your selections.

Demographic Information

A condition of our funding from the federal government is that we ask the following demographic questions, in order to ensure we are reaching diverse audiences. Please note that these responses will not affect the content or delivery of the workshop, but are strictly for reporting in aggregate to the government.

If you don’t know exact percentages, that’s fine — rough estimates are perfectly acceptable.  

If you're strongly opposed to answering any of the demographic questions, please email contactus@reelcanada.ca, so we can submit your registration manually. Before exiting, please make sure to click "Save my progress and resume later" above, and follow through with the questions needed to save the form.  
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The Ministry of Canadian Heritage defines this as "An individual other than an Indigenous person, who is non-Caucasian in race or non-white in colour."

 
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The Ministry of Canadian Heritage defines this as "Persons who have difficulties with daily living activities, or who have a physical, mental condition or health problem reducing the kind or amount of activities they can do."
Since you said that you were interested in screening a Canadian film as well as hosting a workshop, once you click submit, you will be redirected to our Lending Library Order Form, prefilled with information you already entered. This same form will also be sent to you by email within the next few days.