The films selected to Whistler Film Festival‘s 2019 edition have been unveiled and there are several projects from NSI alumni.
- Canadian Strain (pictured) from writer/director Geordie Sabbagh and producer Ashleigh Rains (both NSI Totally Television)
- The Art of Flawsome starring Mayumi Yoshida
- B-Side from director Alayna Silverberg (TELUS STORYHIVE)
- TELUS STORYHIVE project Sisters of Sorrow from project lead Jordan Waunch
- Spinster from producer Jay Dahl (NSI Drama Prize)
- Unidentified Woman from executive producer Daniel Bekerman (NSI Features First)
- From the Vine from producer Kyle Bornais (NSI Features First)
- With Me from producer Josh Epstein (NSI Drama Prize, NSI Features First, NSI Totally Television)
- James vs. His Future Self from writer/director Jeremy LaLonde and producer Jordan Walker (both NSI Totally Television)
- Idols Never Die from producer Thomas Affolter (TELUS STORYHIVE)
Additionally, this year’s Whistler Doc Lab participants include Frederick Kroetsch (NSI Business for Producers), Alicia Krawchuk (TELUS STORYHIVE) and Brian Hockenstein (TELUS STORYHIVE). Ken Hegan (NSI Features First) will participate in the Power Pitch boot camp and competition.
Whistler runs from December 4 to 8, 2019.
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