WHO SHOULD APPLY
The WIFT-T Intermediate Production Accounting and Tax Credits Workshop is recommended for those who have moderate/working knowledge of production accounting and/or financing. People who have taken the Production Accounting and Tax Credits and/or the Business Affairs and Finance module in our Media Business Essentials intensive will find this workshop builds on those modules.
This workshop is open to women, men, WIFT-T members and non-members.
Please note that this workshop is not affiliated with any training required to upgrade your accounting department category in the Directors Guild of Canada.
WIFT-T Members: $375.00 (+ HST)
Non-Members: $500.00 (+ HST)
PLEASE NOTE: WIFT-T Members who register for this workshop as well as the Introduction to Entertainment Law workshop (open now for registration) can register for a reduced fee of $325.00 (+ HST) for each workshop.
Fee includes workshop tuition and lunches.
Two (2) bursaries will be made available to cover the fee for two individual registrants. These bursaries are made possible through the Foundation for Women In Film & Television – Toronto.
To be eligible for a bursary, the registrant must be a self-identifying female professional from an underrepresented group OR demonstrate financial need.
For the purposes of this application, ‘underrepresented group’ is defined as visible minority*, Indigenous or a person with a disability. Applicants should self-identify in their Letter of Intent. Applicants should clearly indicate that they wish to be considered for a bursary in their Letter of Intent.
*Visible minority is defined as Black/African/Caribbean, Asian, Pacific Islander, Middle Eastern, and/or Latin American.
These bursaries are open to WIFT-T members and non-members. Bursaries cannot be used for any other purpose.
The Bursary application deadline is Friday October 5, 2018 at 5:00 p.m. ET
To apply for a bursary, please follow the instructions here.