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Island Rock Camp

Five camps available this summer for young musicians Island Rock Camps and Holland College’s Scho [ ... ]

School video contest

The Workers Compensation Board (WCB) has launched its annual high school video contest. With a theme [ ... ]

100-day Field Trip

100-day Field Trip
Terrence Taylor builds online community via video content

The New Creative
by Cassandra Bernard

Imagine being able to exchange video content for travel resources? Well, that is exactly what Terrence Taylor Media (TTM) has set out to do through a 100-day field trip around the world.

Terrence Taylor, founder of TTM, says young content creators living and working in Atlantic Canada should travel to

School video contest

The Workers Compensation Board (WCB) has launched its annual high school video contest. With a theme of Focus on Safety, PEI high school students are encouraged to produce a two-minute video on workplace safety for a chance to win $1,000 and another $1,000 for their school. The video contest is part of a nation-wide initiative of the Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety (CCOHS). The

Discover Charlottetown videos

Discover Charlottetown has announced the launch of 4 video ads for its 2018 marketing campaign. It’s the first time the city’s destination marketing organization has created an ad exclusively targeted at the millennial traveller, marking a new focus for the city’s tourism operators. Discover Charlottetown hired Furrow Creative to produce the videos and will release them in targeted geographic

Make It Your Business

Make It Your Business
New video series about family violence in public places

With the support and vision of the City of Charlottetown Mayor’s Purple Ribbon Taskforce, Family Violence Prevention Services has launched a new video series that takes aim at family violence in public places and work environments.

The “Make it Your Business” video series offers brief, practical examples of how to recognize signs of family

IMAC is now FilmPEI

IMAC is now FilmPEI

Island Media Arts Cooperative (IMAC) is now officially named FilmPEI. The name change reflects the growing role of the organization to support and sustain media arts and to build a vibrant film industry on Prince Edward Island.

Along with the new name, FilmPEI is getting a new home and asking Islanders to help them build it. They have launched a crowdfunding campaign (

Bluefin making a splash

Bluefin making a splash
Latest award is Best Documentary at California Film Awards

Prince Edward Island Filmmaker John Hopkins’ National Film Board documentary Bluefin was the Grand Winner and recipient of the 2017 Best Documentary Feature at the California Film Awards recently in San Diego. 

The California Film Awards recognizes and celebrates important world cinema that represents the forefront of aesthetic,

Youth Video Contest

The City of Charlottetown is working on a Community Energy Plan and gathering feedback from the public on how they can improve energy efficiency, reduce greenhouse gas emissions, and continue to shift toward a more sustainable future. The youth of the Charlottetown are the future, so they want to hear from you.

Create a short video showcasing your idea(s) for how Charlottetown can become a more

The Child Remains

The Child Remains
The Charlottetown Film Society screening at City Cinema

A special screening of award-winning Nova Scotia filmmaker, Michael Melski’s latest feature film, The Child Remains, is planned for January 21 at 2 pm at City Cinema, Charlottetown. The film was selected as one of five to be presented at the Charlottetown Film Society’s Popup Festival celebrating Telefilm Canada’s 50th Anniversary.

The story

Bluefin set for Toronto premiere

On December 19 at 6:30 pm, the Hot Docs Ted Rogers Cinema is hosting the Toronto premiere of writer/director John Hopkins’ NFB documentary Bluefin as part of Hot Docs’ Films Changing the World Series, which brings together must-see docs revealing staggering new perspectives and stories. Hopkins, winner of the 2017 Wildlife Award at San Francisco’s International Ocean Film Festival as well as Best

The Lost Gardens

The Lost Gardens
Rabbit Hole Studios wins at Gameacon Crystal Awards

On October 28, 2017, The Lost Gardens, by Island company Rabbit Hole Studios, was named Fan Favorite Digital Game in this year’s Gameacon Crystal Awards held in Atlantic City, New Jersey.

The Gameacon Crystal Awards honour the best indie titles of the year, present at the event, in multiple categories (best gameplay, best art, best music and

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Night Music

Solo piano by Sarah Hagen March 30
St. Paul's Church  Pianist Sarah Hagen presents another ins [ ... ]

2018 Cute as a…

March 23
Confederation Centre Art Gallery The button event, “Cute as a …” returns to the Confe [ ... ]

shOUT! PEI's Gender Sexuality Awareness ...

Workshops, discussion panels, presentations, and a performance by Tanya Davis April 21
UPEI GSAs on [ ... ]

Recent News & Articles

Islanders nominated for 2018 JUNO Awards

Several artists from Prince Edward Island have received 2018 JUNO Award nominations. The East Point [ ... ]

Ten Strings And A Goat Skin in Charlotte...

Indian River Festival presents Ten Strings And A Goat Skin, the award winning bilingual folk/fu [ ... ]

The Guild Presents: The PEI Pay-What-You...

The second annual The Guild Presents: The PEI Pay-What-You-Can Theatre Festival (PPTF)will offe [ ... ]