NSI grads selected for Hot Docs’ Doc Accelerator emerging filmmaker lab

Adeline Bird, Charlene Moore, Trudy Stewart / Link to Hot Docs

From left: Adeline Bird, Charlene Moore, Trudy Stewart

Congratulations to the NSI grads chosen for Hot Docs’ Doc Accelerator emerging filmmaker lab, happening this spring alongside Hot Docs Canadian International Documentary Festival in Toronto. Adeline Bird (CBC New Indigenous Voices), Charlene Moore (CBC New Indigenous Voices, NSI IndigiDocs) and Trudy Stewart (NSI IndigiDocs) have made the cut.

Doc Accelerator fellows will participate in a bespoke private lab during the Hot Docs Festival where they’ll learn from industry experts and engage in hands-on workshops before participating in the festival’s full slate of industry programming. The program focuses on skills training and career advancement with a goal to foster an inclusive new generation of Canadian documentary filmmakers.

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