Productions Without Borders

This article describes the problem - PWB has the solution.

June 25, 2014
http://www.huffingtonpost.ca/dk-latta/diversity-in-canadian-media_b_3466706.html

I have the solution. I can come to your set, your production office, your corporate office and we will make this problem a thing of the past.  Email info@productionswithoutborders.com to set up an appointment. 
 

A Simple Tip for Inclusion

December 30, 2013
One simple way that you can make your story telling more authentic when you are telling stories with characters from different cultural backgrounds is through food. If the family is sharing a meal at home, find out what would be a typical cultural dish for that community. Your effort will be noticed.  
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Praise for Pitching Your Series for Today's Audience

December 23, 2013
Did you listen to the audiobook on pitching for today's audience? If so please take a moment to share your thoughts about the content. You can video tape yourself on your phone or you can write a few positive lines.  Either way, your feedback is appreciated.  
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In Praise of Productions Without Borders.

December 23, 2013
Have you ever been to a Productions Without Borders Event? Then please share your thoughts on the event and what happened as a result of the contacts you made there. Your comments will help us do more.  You can video tape them or if you don't have a camera on your phone you can write a few lines.  Many thanks.  
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Can you afford not to?

December 22, 2013
Who should pay for the training? For the most part we are on our own when it comes to our professional development. There are some things that the industry will get behind for short bursts, but sometimes the information that you most need is no longer the flavour of the month. Expanding production or development  budgets to accommodate training in a new skill of appealing to today's changing audience, may seem like an unnecessary expense.  The question is can we afford not to spend $5000 on c...
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