The Directors Guild of Canada (DGC) award nominees were announced yesterday. Congratulations to the NSI alumni who made the list.
Best Feature Film
- Relative Happiness from writer/director Deanne Foley (NSI Totally Television) and co-writer Iain MacLeod (NSI Totally Television, NSI Features First)
- Corner Gas: The Movie from executive producer Virginia Thompson and consulting producer Robert de Lint (both NSI Features First)
Best Television Movie – Miniseries
- Bomb Girls: Facing The Enemy from creator Michael MacLennan (NSI Drama Prize)
Allan King Award for Excellence in Documentary
- The Boy From Geita from associate producer John Bolton (NSI Drama Prize, NSI Totally Television)
Best Short Film
- The Underground – an NSI Drama Prize film from writer/director Michelle Latimer and producer Kerry Swanson
The DGC awards will be presented on October 24 in Toronto at the Carlu.
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