Lots of films from NSI grads at this year’s Vancouver International Film Festival (VIFF), starting next week:
- NSI IndigiDocs film ahkâmêyimo nitânis (Keep Going, My Daughter) from director Candy Fox and producer Chris Ross
- NSI IndigiDocs film Big Momma (pictured) from director Caitlyn Pantherbone and producer Damien Eaglebear
- Eagle Girl from writer/director/producer Sonya Ballantyne, writer/producer Sage and producer Luther Alexander (all CBC New Indigenous Voices, NSI IndigiDocs)
- Indian Rights for Indian Women from director Alex Lazarowich (NSI IndigiDocs)
- Murmur from producer Martha Cooley (NSI Drama Prize)
- Q’Sapi Times from producer Damien Eaglebear (NSI IndigiDocs)
- Red Snow from writer/director/producer Marie Clements (Featuring Aboriginal Stories Program, NSI Storytellers)
- Sometimes She Smiles from writer/director/producer Kelly Roulette (NSI IndigiDocs)
- NSI IndigiDocs film When the Children Left from director Charlene Moore and producer Ryan Cooper
- Wildfire from producer Gharrett Patrick Paon (NSI Features First)
VIFF runs from September 26 to October 11, 2019.
If we missed your film, let us know!
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