Congratulations to the alumni represented at this year’s Whistler Film Festival (WFF).
WFF runs from December 1 to 20. The festival, which originally planned to showcase films both in person and online, has shifted to completely virtual.
- The Corruption of Divine Providence – written, directed and produced by Jeremy Torrie (NSI Aboriginal Cultural Trade Initiative, Featuring Aboriginal Stories Program), produced by Tanya Brunel (NSI Global Marketing)
- All-in Madonna – directed/produced by Arnold Lim, written by Susie Winters, developed through NSI Features First
- Mercy – produced by Dawn Bird (NSI Business for Producers), executive produced by Lioz Bouganin (NSI Business for Producers)
- In Her City – produced by Laura Lightbown (NSI Global Marketing)
- Puppy Love – executive produced by Daniel Bekerman (NSI Features First)
- 4 North A – directed by Jordan Canning (NSI Drama Prize)
Congratulations to the following films which are nominated for the WFF Borsos Award for Best Canadian Feature: Québexit, The Corruption of Divine Providence, All-in Madonna, Mercy and In Her City.
All films will be available until December 31.
If we missed your film, please let us know in the comments below.
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