Congratulations to the NSI grads whose films screen at this year’s Hot Docs Canadian International Documentary Festival, including one made through NSI IndigiDocs.
- NSI IndigiDocs-developed short ahkameyimo nitanis (Keep Going My Daughter) (pictured) from director Candy Fox and producer Chris Ross
- STORYHIVE 100K project The Day Don Died from writers/directors/producers Steve J. Adams and Sean Horlor
- Doctor, Lawyer, Indian Chief from director Carol Geddes (NSI Storytellers)
- Family Portrait in Black and White from writer/director Julia Ivanova (TELUS STORYHIVE) and producer Boris Ivanov (NSI Global Marketing)
- Lake from writer/director Alexandra Lazarowich (NSI IndigiDocs)
- Limit is the Sky from writer/director Julia Ivanova
- Love Translated from writer/director Julia Ivanova and producer Boris Ivanov
- My Dads, My Moms and Me from writer/director/producer Julia Ivanova
- nîpawistamâsowin: We Will Stand Up from writer/director/producer Tasha Hubbard (NSI IndigiDocs)
NSI grads Eva Madden, Rhayne Vermette, Leonard Sumner, Justin Simms and Trudy Stewart have also contributed music, animation, sound, editing or associate production for a variety of other films.
Hot Docs takes place in Toronto from April 25 to May 5, 2019.
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