Congratulations to the NSI grads nominated for 2018 Alberta Media Production Industries Association (AMPIA) Rosie awards:
- Ice Blue – Scott Lepp, Sandi Somers, Jason Long (all NSI Features First) – best dramatic feature/made for TV movie
- In Plainview (pictured) – Scott Westby, Matt Watterworth (both NSI Features First) – best dramatic feature/made for TV movie
- Squeaks & Cheeks – Rebecca Campbell (TELUS Optik™ Local) – best children’s program or series
- Tiny Plastic Men episode “Office Space Race” – Camille Beaudoin (NSI Totally Television, NSI Features First), Eric Rebalkin (NSI Business For Producers) – best comedy production or series
- Kitten TV – Frederick Kroetsch (NSI Business For Producers), Rebecca Campbell – best web series, fiction
- Super Drycleaners – Barb Briggs (TELUS STORYHIVE web series) – best web series, fiction
- This is Not a Passport Photo – Stephanie Simpson (TELUS STORYHIVE digital shorts) – best non-fiction short
- Sleepwalker – Anna Cooley (TELUS STORYHIVE digital shorts) – best dramatic short
- Last of the Fur Traders – Frederick Kroetsch, Rebecca Campbell – best production reflecting cultural diversity
- Barb Briggs – best director (drama under 30 minutes), Super Drycleaners
- Sander Somers – best director (drama over 30 minutes), Ice Blue
- Sandi Somers – best director (non-fiction under 30 minutes), All the World’s a Stage
- Jason Long – best screenwriter (drama over 30 minutes), Ice Blue
The Rosie Awards take place at the Hyatt Regency Calgary on May 12, 2018. Tickets are available now.
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