More Telefilm Canada funding for NSI grads

Congratulations to 11 National Screen Institute alumni who received Telefilm Canada support for their projects.

Telefilm Canada & the Rogers Group of Funds financial support for feature-length documentaries

  • Tutu Much by director Elise Swerhone (NSI Drama Prize)

English-language feature films financed through the Canada Feature Film Fund

  • Fubar II by writer/director/producer Michael Dowse (NSI Drama Prize)
  • Rain Down by executive producer/producer/writer Alyson Drysdale (NSI Drama Prize)
  • Red Coat Justice by writer Grant Sauve (NSI Drama Prize)
  • Stained by executive producer/director/writer Karen Lam (NSI Drama Prize, NSI Totally Television); executive producer/producer Bob Crowe (NSI Totally Television, NSI Global Marketing); producers Katie Weekley (NSI Drama Prize, NSI Features First) and Wally Start (NSI Global Marketing)
  • The Year Dolly Parton was My Mom by producer Liz Jarvis (NSI Features First)

Low Budget Independent Feature Film Assistance Program

  • Fathers & Sons by executive producer Laura Lightbown (NSI Global Marketing); producer Jason James (NSI Totally Television)

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