At STORYHIVE, we want our STORYHIVE documentary producers to always strive for accuracy in their documentary films, give all the relevant facts they have and ensure that those facts have been checked. Most stories have at least two sides, and all sides must be represented fairly covering each perspective of the issue. At STORYHIVE we seek to support stories which are balanced and add context. The spirit and intent of STORYHIVE is to support compelling local stories and not be a platform for political advocacy or activism.
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- What information should I include in my pitch if my project includes or addresses sensitive topics?
- What information should I include in my pitch if my project involves traditional knowledge?
- Am I able to create a project in a language other than English?
- How many projects will be selected for the 2018 Indigenous Storyteller Edition?
- My documentary topic is or may be viewed as being political in nature. How do I make it “balanced”?
- When does the project have to be completed?
- How long does my completed program have to be?
- What happens if my 2018 Indigenous Storyteller Edition application is successful?
- When will I know if my application is successful?
- Do I need to get votes for my project?