The Diversity Report details any aspect of your project, whether it be your production team or intended audience, that demonstrates diversity, and/or inclusiveness. The report helps STORYHIVE to evaluate the success of our efforts to reflect the communities we serve and improve equity in screen-based production. The Diversity Report form asks grantees to report on the number of engaged cast, crew, and volunteers who identify with underrepresented communities such as Indigenous peoples, visible minorities, LGBTQAI2+, and persons living with disabilities.
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- Is TELUS able help on Incorporation/chain of title/legal and business affairs/accounting issues related to my project?
- Can I use an Incorporated Company or a Sole Proprietorship?
- What are the obligations around contracts, legal council, insurance and unions?
- I’m doing a project on a current event or ‘hot-button’ issue. Is there anything special I need to be aware of?
- I have some swearing/nudity/violence/drug use/drinking/smoking/other questionable content in my project. Is that a problem?
- What rights do I need for the project?
- Do I have to have music rights?
- Can my project change after the final TELUS submission?
- Can my concept change during production?
- What is the volunteer report and who is considered a volunteer?