8.6 C
New York
Tuesday, July 27, 2021
Home Canadian News Banff World Media Festival to host virtual events, including sneak peak of...

Banff World Media Festival to host virtual events, including sneak peak of Snowpiercer TV show


The Banff World Media Festival has unveiled a virtual replacement for its annual conference and marketplace that was cancelled in March due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

The Banff Virtual Edition content program will kick off May 26 with a master class and sneak peek of the drama series Snowpiercer, organizers said Tuesday in a release.

The Rockie Awards on June 15 and Banff Day on June 16 will anchor a four-month season of programming.

The full lineup will be unveiled at a later date. Online content will “connect the international media industry, ignite new projects and support business development,” organizers said.

Most of the program is free for those who register for a virtual pass at banffmediafestival.com. A networking pass is also available for purchase.

The festival was originally scheduled for June 14-17 in Banff, Alta.



Source link

Today news
Today News 1 runs four of the western GTA’s most influential media websites, offering news, food, lifestyle and entertainment coverage for millions to the Golden Horseshoe and GTA regions. The independently-run, online news source was founded in 2019 and specializes in everything from breaking news to food and restaurant, arts and entertainment and lifestyle coverage.

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

- Advertisment -

Most Popular

Australian company BHP makes takeover bid for Canada’s Noront Resources

Another Australian company is moving forward with a takeover bid for Noront Resources, with a cash offer for all outstanding and issued shares of the Canadian...

Wildfires in Canada are creating their own weather systems, experts say

A combination of intense heat and drought conditions is causing wildfires in Western Canada to generate their own weather systems, experts say. Michael Fromm,...

To prepare for future heat waves, classify air conditioners as medical devices, UBC expert says

Barbara Reed did everything she could to help Ollie O'Rourke keep cool on a late June evening during the deadly heat wave in...

Well water fears fuel calls to halt proposed bottling plant near B.C. village

Angie Kane knows how important well water is when you live in the heart of dry, rural B.C. For 17 years, she...

Recent Comments