“Nuts and Bolts – Getting to know Music and Film in Motion and FACTOR”


KENORA – Music and Film in Motion (MFM) will be in Kenora on Tuesday, May 11th to present an information session called “Nuts and Bolts – Getting to know Music and Film in Motion and FACTOR”.

Mike Large, Director of Outreach Services at Music and Film in Motion, will be discussing all aspects of the organization including how MFM can assist those involved with the music and film industries in Northern Ontario as well as FACTOR. The Foundation to Assist Canadian Talent on Recordings (FACTOR) offers various funding programs for independent artists and music industry personnel.
This session will be an informal event designed to acquaint persons in the music and film industries with MFM, its programs and services. Attendees will have a chance to mingle, network and talk about their latest projects.

This session, free for anyone to attend, will take place the Comfort Inn Hotel, located at 1230 Highway 17 East in Kenora from 7-9 p.m.  For more information or to register for this session, please call MFM at 866-674-9954 or visit our website at www.thinknorth.ca. Space is limited so please book ahead to reserve a place. This session is offered in English only.

Music and Film in Motion is a non-profit organization whose mandate is to foster and promote the development of the music and film industries in Northern Ontario.

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