NSI alumni win big at imagineNATIVE

Theola Ross

Theola Ross accepts her award online

Congratulations to this year’s award winners at the imagineNATIVE Film + Media Arts Festival.

NSI IndigiDocs film, êmîcêtôcêt: Many Bloodlines , directed by Theola Ross and produced by Alex Fisher-Bailey, won the award for Documentary Work – Short Format. Theola Ross accepted the award and cash prize during the online ceremony.

Kim Wheeler (CBC New Indigenous Voices podcast mentor) won the Narrative Audio Award for her podcast Blood Money.

The awards were presented online through imagineNATIVE’s Facebook page on Sunday, October 25. The festival ran from October 20 to 25.

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