The Winnipeg Film Group’s Women’s Mosaic Film Project is a production support and film mentorship program to support two women from Aboriginal or diverse cultural backgrounds to produce a first or second independent short film or video.

We are pleased to announce that Miriam Sainnawap and Rhayne Vermette have been selected as the newest Mosaic Women’s Film Project participants! They will be completing new short films over the course of the next several months, to be premiered at the Winnipeg Cinematheque in 2012.

Miriam Sainnawap is working on a personal documentary that deals with place while Rhayne Vernette creates an experimental animation about an insipid suburban apartment complex, Tudor Village.


We acknowledge the support of the Canada Council for the Arts in funding the Mosaic Women’s Film Project.

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