Congratulations to the alumni whose films begin streaming at Kingston Canadian Film Festival on Friday, February 26. The festival has moved online this year and includes workshops, Q+As, podcasts, and feature and short films.
- Beans – directed and co-written by Tracey Deer (NSI Storytellers, Featuring Aboriginal Stories Program)
- Bloodthirsty – produced by Wendy Hill-Tout (NSI Drama Lab)
- Succor – associate produced by Rachel Cairns (NSI Totally Television)
- Death of a Ladies Man – produced by Corey Marr (NSI Totally Television)
- Marlene – written, directed and produced by Wendy Hill-Tout
- Spirit Bear and Children Make History – directed by Amanda Strong (NSI IndigiDocs)
- The Magnitude of All Things – production managed by Kent Donguines (TELUS STORYHIVE)
Greg Jeffs (NSI Features First) is a special guest in the workshop Breaking In: starting a career in film and media. This workshop is free to attend and takes place on March 5. Registration is open now.
The festival runs from February 26 to March 7. Learn more about how to get tickets to the fest on the Kingston Canadian Film Festival website.
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