Harmonize is the iN/Slaight Bullseye Prize reimagined to connect Indigenous musicians with the screen industry and foster collaboration between musicians and filmmakers. While the iN/Slaight Bullseye Prize was previously open to all of Canada, this opportunity is Toronto-based or for those able to commute to Toronto.
Harmonize, presented by Slaight, and with additional support from MBSE Canada , Nagamo Publishing and Universal is a networking and mentorship opportunity for a GTA-based Indigenous musician at any stage of their career who is interested in pursuing composition for film and television while working on their own project(s).
Harmonize is approximately one year in length, running from November 2021-October 2022. It includes sessions with industry professionals who work at the intersection of film and music, networking opportunities to connect with filmmakers and other musicians.
This opportunity will culminate with $10,000 towards a project and director fee, determined by iN staff and the recipient, that combines music and the screen, ex. a music video, composing the score for a short film as well as $10,000 worth of in-kind support from MBSE Canada.