NSI grads screening films at 2012 Calgary International Film Festival

Check out all the films from NSI grads screening at the 2012 Calgary International Film Festival. The festival takes place in, you guessed it, Calgary, from September 20-30.

Feature films

Beat Down written by Deanne Foley (NSI Totally Television) and Iain MacLeod (NSI Totally Television and NSI Features First) and directed by Deanne Foley, screens as part of the Canadian Cinema program.

The Disappeared written and directed by Shandi Mitchell (NSI Features First), produced by Walter Forsyth (NSI Totally Television) screens as part of the Canadian Cinema program.

Ferocious written and directed by Robert Cuffley (NSI Drama Prize, NSI Features First), produced by Carolyn McMaster (NSI Features First) and Anand Ramayya (NSI Totally Television) screens as part of the Canadian Cinema program.

Mallamall written, directed and produced by Lalita Krishna (NSI Global Marketing) screens as part of the documentary film series.

My Awkward Sexual Adventure directed by Sean Garrity (NSI Features First) screens as part of the Canadian Cinema program.

Path of Souls written, directed and produced by Jeremy Torrie (Featuring Aboriginal Stories Program) and executive produced by Jim Compton (NSI Storytellers, Featuring Aboriginal Stories Program) screens as part of the Headliners program.

Short films

The Man That Got Away written, directed and produced by Trevor Anderson (NSI Drama Prize), produced by Katie Weekley (NSI Drama Prize, NSI Features First) screens as part of the Alberta Spirit Competition and the Alberta Spirit – Long Shorts program.

Torturous written and directed by Angus Swantee (NSI Drama Prize) precedes the feature film Eddie the Sleepwalking Cannibal as part of the Late Shows program.

NSI grads – if we missed your screening, send us an email!

Trailer for Ferocious

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