Films from Tasha Hubbard, Charlene Moore, Ryan Cooper win at 2019 Gimli Film Festival

When the Children Left

Congratulations to the NSI grads who won awards at the 2019 Gimli Film Festival which took place over the weekend in Gimli, Manitoba.

NSI IndigiDocs short When the Children Left (pictured) from director Charlene Moore and producer Ryan Cooper won the inaugural Indigenous Spirit Award presented by APTN and the Manitoba Short Film Audience Choice Award presented by Manitoba Film & Music.

nîpawistamâsowin: We Will Stand Up from writer/director/producer Tasha Hubbard (NSI IndigiDocs) won Gimli’s Best of Fest Audience Choice Award and had an encore screening.

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