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2022 All Access Documentary Edition

Your Story, Your Narrative: STORYHIVE’s All Access Documentary Edition is funding 40 creators with $20,000 to produce their documentary, along with training, mentorship and distribution. It’s an all access opportunity for any documentary idea that you’re passionate about.

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2021 Black Creators Edition

STORYHIVE and the Black Screen Office (BSO) Black Screen Office (BSO) are spotlighting Black excellence: 30 emerging Black creators are embarking on their film project with $20,000 in production funding along with training and mentorship, plus additional top-up funding from Creative BC for BC teams.

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2020 Podcast Edition

The projects produced in our very first Podcast Edition are now live! Explore 16 podcasts recorded across British Columbia and Alberta, covering a range of topics from Calgary's Chinatown community to success stories about women in sports and access to mental health avenues.

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2019 Web Series

We couldn't pick just two. These web series pilots are going to series with $50,000 in production funding and customized career training. Check out season 1 this fall!

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2018 Music Video

We are so proud to send these two winning teams to rep Western Canada at SXSW.

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2017 Immersive

Your votes helped crown the Top 2 Animated Edition winners. Each winner receives customized career training and attendance to the 2017 Ottawa Animation Festival.  

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2017 100K

We couldn’t pick just one! The winning Small Town Music Video projects receive a Top Award of a residency scholarship to the Banff Centre valued at $10,000!

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2016 Animation

Your votes helped crown the top two Animation Edition projects. Each project team was awarded customized career training and passes to the 2017 Ottawa Animation Festival.

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