Chlotrudis Award winner Wiebke von Carolsfeld takes part in Talent Lab Toronto

Wiebke von Carolsfeld is one of twenty-one participants, selected from over 200 applicants, who will be taking part in Talent Lab Toronto, an intense three-day program, giving a group of selected filmmakers the opportunity to hone the craft of filmmaking from experienced professionals. Over a three-day period during the Toronto International Film Festival, selected participants who have completed one feature or two shorts will take part in intensive sessions with renowned filmmakers and industry professionals, covering essentials of production, creative collaboration and marketing & distribution.

Chlotrudis Award winner Patricia Rozema joins international award-winning writer Michael Ondaatje, and independent producer and former head of United Artists, Bingham Ray as governors and creative mentors for the inaugural Talent Lab Toronto. Rozema attended the 7th Annual Chlotrudis Awards Ceremony where she received the Taskforce Award (since renamed the Chlotrudis Award for Creative and Visionary Direction). Von Carolsfeld took part in this year's 10th Annual Chlotrudis Awards Ceremony where she picked up two awards, the Director to Watch, and the Buried Treasure Award for her debut feature, MARION BRIDGE.

The Chlotrudis Society congratulations Wiebke on her participation, and wish her the best of luck with her future filmmaking endeavors.