NSI alumni win Rosie awards

The Walk On – The David Kapinga Story

Congratulations to Mitch Lee, Tom Cox, Keith Lawrence and Tasha Hubbard on their Alberta Film & Television (Rosie) awards.

  • Mitch Lee, producer – Best Documentary under 30 minutes for The Walk On – The David Kapinga Story (developed through TELUS STORYHIVE, pictured above)
  • Tom Cox (NSI DramaLab), executive producer – Best Dramatic Series for Fortunate Son; Best Musical, Comedy or Variety Program or Series for Jann
  • Keith Lawrence (NSI Storytellers), writer/producer – Best Dramatic Short Production and Best Screenwriter (drama under 30 minutes) for Zombies And Indians
  • Tasha Hubbard (NSI IndigiDocs), writer/director – Best Director and Best Screenwriter (non-fiction over 30 minutes) for nîpawistamâsowin: We Will Stand Up

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