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Joel Schulz

Joel provides us with thirty years of project management, broadcasting and teaching expertise and connections in the telecommunications, IT, financial and screen industries. He holds a graduate degree in Project Management from the University of Calgary.

RAINDANCE – THE INDIE-EST FILM FESTIVAL

by Joel Schulz – Managing Editor On Wednesday September 26th, the 20th Annual Raindance Film Festival commenced in London, England. It runs through until Sunday October 7th. The Raindance Film Festival is arguably the world’s most influential independent film festival….

No Comments / 35 View / September 30, 2012

OUT OF THE FRYING PAN…

OUT OF THE FRYING PAN…

The challenges facing Film and Television graduates in Alberta. by Nick Haywood – Alberta Buzz Contributing Writer/Recent Film Graduate   We were told it would be feast or famine. Yet, even when the feast comes, it’s not enough, for everyone…

No Comments / 21 View / June 13, 2012

What Lies Ahead for Canadian Culture

What Lies Ahead for Canadian Culture

Editorial by Joel Schulz – Managing Editor Yesterday, May 2nd, Ottawa announced it was shuttering the Federal Libraries and Archives. Last month Canadians have experienced a revelation on out of control spending and cover-ups on costs regarding the F-35 military…

No Comments / 23 View / May 4, 2012

SKELETON GIRL MAKES ANIMATION HISTORY IN NYC

SKELETON GIRL MAKES ANIMATION HISTORY IN NYC

A Milestone in 3D Animation Created in Calgary, Alberta by Joel Schulz – Managing Editor   On Monday April 24rd, Bleeding Art Industries’ Skeleton Girl took a quantum leap into animation history. Be Film, The Underground Film Festival, is happening…

No Comments / 31 View / April 25, 2012

No Good Audition Goes Unnoticed

No Good Audition Goes Unnoticed

An Interview with Hollywood’s legendary Star Maker and Casting Director, Jane Jenkins by Joel Schulz – Managing Editor On the weekend of October 8th, Calgary was graced with the presence of Jane Jenkins who conducted an audition workshop for the…

No Comments / 44 View / October 18, 2011