NSI grads win 2019 Canadian Screen Awards

Winners Jeremy Lalonde and Jordan Canning at the Canadian Screen Awards winner's wall
Winners Jeremy Lalonde and Jordan Canning at the Canadian Screen Awards winner’s wall

Big congrats to the NSI grads who took home 2019 Canadian Screen Awards over the last week of Canadian Screen Week celebrations and ceremonies:

  • Norma Bailey (NSI Totally Television) for Mary Kills People episode Ride or Die – best direction, drama series
  • Dale Sheldrake (NSI Totally Television) for Vikings episode Moments of Vision – best sound, fiction
  • Mike Fly (NSI Drama Prize) and Jeremy Lalonde for Baroness von Sketch Show episode Is That You, Karen? – best picture editing, comedy
  • How to Buy a Baby from producer Lauren Corber (NSI Totally Television) – best web program or series, fiction
  • Biidaaban: First Light from Lisa Jackson (Featuring Aboriginal Stories Program) – best immersive experience, fiction

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