NSI grads at Whistler Film Festival

Congratulations to our alumni with films at the 2014 Whistler Film Festival which takes place from December 3 to December 7:

After the Ball – director Sean Garrity (NSI Features First)

Ally Was Screaming – executive producer Robert Cuffley (NSI Features First)

Coming Home – director Shane Belcourt, Duane Murray (both NSI Totally Television, Featuring Aboriginal Stories Program), Michelle St. John (NSI Aboriginal Documentary)

Bad City – executive producer Laura Lightbown (NSI Global Marketing)

Bang Bang BabyNSI Features First film by writer/director Jeffrey St. Jules (see the trailer above)

Bed Bugs: A Musical Love Story – cinematographer Will Minsky (NSI Drama Prize)

Big Muddy – writer/director/producer Jefferson Moneo (NSI Drama Prize) and executive producers Wally Start (NSI Global Marketing) and Bob Crowe (NSI Global Marketing, NSI Totally Television)

Chantarelle Rain – executive producer Sharon McGowan (DramaLab), producer Peggy Thompson (DramaLab)

Godhead – executive producer Maureen Bradley (NSI Features First)

I Put a Hit on You – producer Jordan Gross (NSI Totally Television)

Mountain Men – producer Jason James (NSI Totally Television)

Pretend We’re Kissing – writer/producer/director Matt Sadowski (NSI Drama Prize), executive producer Mark Montefiore (NSI Totally Television)

Q&A – director/producer Ashley Hirt (NSI New Voices), writer/producer/editor Danishka Esterhazy (NSI Drama Prize, NSI Features First)

Relative Happiness – writer/director Deanne Foley (NSI Totally Television), writer Iain MacLeod (NSI Totally Television, NSI Features First)

The Cocksure Lads – producer Darren Portelli (NSI Features First)

The Future Perfect – director/writer Nick Citton (NSI Totally Television), executive producer Jason James (NSI Totally Television)

We Were Wolves – writer/director/producer Jordan Canning (NSI Drama Prize)

Click on film titles above for screening information.

Alumni – if we’ve missed your film at Whistler, let us know!

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