DOC Business Concierge provides BIPOC producers with the opportunity to sign up for a consultation session with a veteran producing and business affairs consultant, in order to get project-specific advice telling them exactly what they need to know, precisely when they need it most. Whether you are about to sign your first broadcast license agreement, submit a project to Telefilm or the Canada Media Fund, send off a CAVCO A, co-produce with the National Film Board, or sign a rights agreement with a filmmaker, producers receive valuable counsel and tips that will ensure that their project is on the right path and that they avoid costly mistakes. More broadly, this program seeks to develop BIPOC production companies in Canada by building their capacity and growing their experience. Participation in this program is open to any BIPOC DOC member.
This pilot program is available to any BIPOC DOC members. The Director and Producer both need to be BIPOC DOC members to participate.