Films by NSI grads make TIFF’s top ten list

Three films by NSI grads made the Toronto International Film Festival’s top ten list of Canadian shorts and features, announced this week.

Keyhole, a feature produced by Jean Du Toit (NSI Global Marketing), and short films Rhonda’s Party directed by Ashley McKenzie and produced by Nelson MacDonald (NSI Drama Prize) and Choke directed by Michelle Latimer (NSI Storytellers) were recognized as tops in their format.

Canada’s Top Ten films is restricted to homegrown films that screened at a major film festival or received a domestic theatrical release in 2011, and were made by Canadian filmmakers that typically work at home or make Canadian-financed films.

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