SABRINA RANI FURMINGER is a film industry journalist, podcaster, and content creator based in Vancouver. She began her working life as a publicist in the non-profit entertainment realm before moving into film and television journalism. She hosts the YVR Screen Scene Podcast and has written about the film industry for the Westender Newspaper, the Vancouver Courier Newspaper, and currently MONTECRISTO Magazine. Sabrina is an in-demand event moderator (Vancouver Just For Laughs Film Festival; Pacific Screenwriting Program; Women in Film and Television Vancouver; Vancouver International Film Festival) and film festival juror (VIFF, Crazy8s, Run N’ Gun). She won a Women in Film & Television Vancouver Spotlight Award in 2016, and Ma Murray Journalism Awards in 2017 and 2018. Sabrina hosts an occasional feminist film series at VIFF Vancity Theatre called Her Stories: Women Call the Shots. In November 2019, she hosted the UBCP/ACTRA Awards Red Carpet – and in November 2020, she hosted and produced the first UBCP/ACTRA Awards Virtual Red Carpet. Sabrina was the only Canadian semi-finalist in iHeartRadio’s international #TheNextGreatPodcast competition for a podcast entitled Cringe, and is currently in production on a documentary web series about the various efforts to dismantle white supremacy in the Vancouver film and television industry (the web series is funded in part by Human Rights Internet). She co-owns Fish Flight Entertainment, a boutique animation and visual effects studio in Vancouver’s Kitsilano neighborhood.
Brenna Goodwin-McCabe is versatile writer and director with a keen interest in critical film analysis. She recently graduated with an English Masters from the University of British Columbia, where she also worked as a teacher’s aide. Her writing on science fiction, fantasy, and horror cinema has been presented at McGill, Dalhousie, and the University of British Columbia. In 2019, she was awarded a prestigious Social Sciences and Humanities Research grant for her thesis on Mary Shelley and Guillermo del Toro. Brenna is also a published author of poetry and essays. Along with film, Brenna is a long-standing member of the Young People’s Opera Society of BC and performed for the 2018 Little Black Dress Charity Gala. In 2020, she performed and directed two virtual concerts using public domain footage, both available on YouTube. Brenna’s work can also be found on her weekly film blog: “You Remind Me of the Frame”.
Social Media Marketing Strategist and Instructor (Master supreme social media guru of the world?) Rebecca
Coleman has been working in the social media marketing space for over a decade. She works with small businesses, non-profits and artists to help them to create a social media marketing strategy. Rebecca is an instructor at BCIT, and travels internationally teaching workshops (although not now). She is a passionate foodie and a published cookbook author.
Meet Jennifer Long: Accounting Nerd. Lover of the Arts. Tea-drinking cat lady with a passion for working with entrepreneurs.
Jen (AKA “Cashflow J. Lo.” to friends & family) proudly brings over 20 years of diverse management and marketing experience to every project she tackles.
Hailing from the lush hills of Prince Edward Island, Jennifer is pleased to now call Vancouver home. A graduate of the Canadian College of Performing Arts, Jennifer has been an entertainer since the age of three! Her first job at age 13 was definitely unusual; at a family friend’s suggestion, she auditioned for (and was subsequently hired to play) the leading character at Canadian World Theme Park in Japan.
After pursuing a decade-long professional career in the arts, she decided to focus her talents on the behind-the-scenes world of arts management, including contracts with Canadian Idol, Canada Games, Vancouver Circus School, and Army of Sass International.
A self-professed “life long learner”, Jennifer holds a variety of post-secondary and continuing studies certifications including Event Management (Holland College), Certified Professional Bookkeeper (Langara College; Institute of Professional Bookkeepers of Canada), Level 1 Tax Professional (Knowledge Bureau Canada, H&R Block), Social Media (Hootsuite), Facebook Ads (Blueprint), and Digital Strategy (UBC).
She still loves to sing and dance, and performs as often as she can…except during tax season.
In addition to The Corporate Canuck, Jennifer is pleased to captain other projects including: The Smart Artist (affordable business training for creative professionals), Better Business Bootcamp, and Start a Business in Canada, a 30-day launch program for new business owners.
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