Congrats to NSI alumni who received funding from The Harold Greenberg Fund 2019/2020 Script Development Selections.
- Stars Shine in Temperance (developed through NSI Features First) by producer Christopher Redmond and writer Jared Young (both NSI Features First)
- Sleeping Dog Lie (developed through NSI Script to Screen) by writers Thomas Michael and Paolo Mancini
- Out of the Barren by producers Trish Dolman (NSI Features First) and Jennifer Podemski (NSI Global Marketing, Telefilm Canada Spark Plug Program)
- Heidegger by Pat Mills (NSI Drama Prize, NSI Features First, NSI Script to Screen, NSI Totally Television)
- Oddly Flowers by Jordan Canning (NSI Drama Prize)
- Your Life is Mine by co-writter/director Danishka Esterhazy (NSI Drama Prize, NSI Features First)
- Laura Dean Keeps Breaking Up with Me by producer Natalie Urquhart (NSI Drama Prize, NSI Totally Television)
- Rehab by producer/writer Andrew Genaille (Featuring Aboriginal Stories Program)
- The Side of the Road by producer/director Barb Briggs (TELUS STORYHIVE)
The Harold Greenberg Fund is a national funding organization that supports the development of Canadian dramatic feature films. Since 1986, they’ve invested over $85 million in the Canadian film and television industry. That’s over 4,000 projects.
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