Toronto, ON – Women in Film & Television – Toronto (WIFT-T) is pleased to announce Siobhan McCarthy as the recipient of the 2014 WIFT-T Banff World Media Festival Scholarship, providing one WIFT-T member with mid- to senior-management experience, with a full delegate pass to attend the Banff Media Festival, June 8 – 11, 2014.
“WIFT-T is very pleased to partner with BANFF for this scholarship for a second year,” says Heather Webb, WIFT-T Executive Director. “The Banff World Media Festival will provide Siobhan with exceptional business development and career advancement opportunities.” Read more!
These stay-at-home dads aren’t reading Today’s Parent
Reel People: New Vancouver web series, directed by Peter DeLuise, includes salty language, raunchy scenes and some behaviours that prove men are indeed different than women
Sabrina Furminger — Westender
March 19, 2014 10:13 AM
Stay-at-home dads get the web series treatment in Parked, a new Vancouver-shot web series that’s burning up the ’net with its irreverence.
How irreverent? At the beginning of the first episode, three dads are sitting at the entrance to a park, chugging beer and aiming darts at a stuffed animal as kids play behind them. As the episode ends, one of the dads is dashing home in a panic, having just remembered that he left his twin preschoolers all alone in his apartment. Read more!
We are excited to announce the secret we have been keeping for far too long! Freddie Wong is in PARKED!!! He makes a guest-star appearance in the episode, “Homecoming” Starring: Kirby Morrow, S. Siobhan McCarthy and Wong” to premiere on April 25, 2014. The episode was Directed by Peter DeLuise, co- written by Adam O. Thomas and S. Siobhan McCarthy and is being edited by Rob Neilson
Please see the exclusive interview with Director Peter DeLuise and Creator/ Producer S. Siobhan McCarthy here in Stream Daily
Big Thanks to Liz Goode for her piece on PARKED in BeatRoute
Click this link to read the article http://beatroute.ca/2014/02/04/parked/
“The new web series, PARKED, is a sign of these changing times. Lingering somewhere between Orange is the New Black and Workaholics — 10 years later — PARKED is a hilarious take on holding onto your own identity in our rapidly evolving world, told through the lens of technology designed to keep us hurdling forward at record pace.”
Stay tuned for Valentine’s Day segments of PARKED