How do teams work for the STORYHIVE 2022 All Access Documentary Edition?

All teams must have a Project Lead who will apply for the grant and own the content. The Project Lead will lead the production aspects of the project.

Project Leads do not need to have any team members attached to their project at the submission stage in order to apply for funding.

Project Leads will retain all the rights, including copyright and releases to the completed project.

Please note that once a project is submitted, the Project Lead cannot change. The grant is funded to the Project Lead and is non-transferable. If the Project Lead wishes to execute the TELUS Grant Agreement under a company name, the Project Lead must own and control at least 51% of the company and the company must be located in the Project Lead’s community of residence.

Other team members are not required to reside in one of the eligible communities.


Community health and safety is our priority, and we ask you to take the necessary and responsible precautions to protect public health and the health and safety of everyone working on your STORYHIVE project. Please keep up to date with and follow all provincial and public health guidelines and recommendations. Please familiarize yourself with the following reputable sources, such as the Public Health Agency of Canada, your provincial medical officer or the World Health Organization, and please urge everyone on your team to do the same.

Resources for BC-based creators:
Creative BC’s Safety Guideline and Pandemic Production Guide

Resources for Alberta-based creators:
Government of Alberta’s Guidance for the Screen-based Production Industry