NSI alumni received 10 nominations for the 19th annual Directors Guild of Canada Awards.
Allan King Award for Excellence in Documentary
- Michelle Latimer (NSI Drama Prize) – Inconvenient Indian
DGC Discovery Award shortlist
- Michelle Latimer – Inconvenient Indian
- Tracey Deer (NSI Storytellers, Featuring Aboriginal Stories Program) – Beans
- Dusty Mancinelli (NSI Features First), Madeleine Sims-Fewer – Violation
Best short film
- Trevor Anderson (NSI Drama Prize) – Jesse Jams
Outstanding directorial achievement in comedy series
- Jordan Canning (NSI Drama Prize) and Aleysa Young – Baroness Von Sketch Show, episode 401, “Humanity is in an Awkward Stage”
Outstanding directorial achievement in family series
- Nimisha Mukerji (NSI Totally Television) – Gabby Duran & The Unsittables, episode 116, “Night Train and Vortex”
Best picture editing – comedy or family series
- Mike Fly (NSI Drama Prize), Marianna Khoury, Aren Hansen, Sean Song, Nick Wong – Baroness Von Sketch Show, episode 401, “Humanity is in an Awkward Stage”
- Robert de Lint (NSI Features First)- Kim’s Convenience, episode 413, “Bon Voyage”
If we missed your nomination, please let us know in the comments below.
Winners will be announced on consecutive nights starting October 24.
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