Victoria Film Festival
The Victoria Film Festival – Victoria and Vancouver Island’s largest film and video festival.
1215 Blanshard Street
Victoria, BC V8W 3Y7
Cinevic Society Of Independent Film Makers
A non-profit organization, CineVic was established in 1991, the first film co-op to serve Victoria and Vancouver Island. CineVic is committed to independent film and video production. We offer artistic development, screenings, seminars, discussions, equipment access and hands-on experience in media arts production to professionals, beginners and all those in between.
Office Hours: 9 am – 2 pm Tuesday to Friday
MediaNet was founded in 1981 to “promote creative collaboration and mutual support among independent media producers, through networking and the provision of a resource pool of information, contacts, equipment and skills.”
The purpose of MediaNet is to support and facilitate the creative use of the medium of independent video/film as a form of communication and personal expression. MediaNet provides low cost access to video production and post-production equipment for MediaNet members, helping them create “independent”, artistic work in video.
MediaNet offers a regular menu of technical workshops such as Basic Lighting, Sound Recording, editing with Final Cut Pro, Grant writing, and so on.
Office Hours: 9 am – 1 pm Monday to Friday, Saturday 9 am – noon
Victoria Independent Film Professionals Association
The Victoria Independent Film Professionals Association (VIFPA) is a Vancouver Island based non-profit association of independent film professionals. Actively involved in the development of award winning film and television production, VIFPA members are creators of documentaries, television series, dramatic films, educational programming and animation.
The association is governed by a volunteer executive committee, elected each year at our Annual General Meeting.
Creative BC brings a strategic and integrated approach to the growth and development of the province’s creative industries.
We provide professional expertise and business support to strengthen B.C.’s motion picture, interactive and digital media, music and sound recording, and book and magazine publishing industries. Our programs, services and investments act as catalysts to help the sector realize its economic and creative potential, contributing to the future prosperity of our province.
Established by the provincial government, we collaborate with many provincial ministries and initiatives, municipal resources and relevant industry associations and committees to grow our sector.