Congratulations to the alumni represented at the 9th edition of the Toronto Black Film Festival (TBFF). The online festival runs from February 10 to 21, showing over 154 films from 25 countries.
- Speak Up! – edited and composed by Robert Cuffley (NSI Drama Prize, NSI Features First)
- Stateless – produced by Jennifer Holness (NSI Drama Prize, Telefilm Canada Spark Plug Program, NSI Global Marketing) and executively produced by Sudz Sutherland (NSI Totally Television)
This year, the National Screen Institute is proud to co-present the international premiere of the feature Sundays in July by Joseph E. Austin II. The film follows Monika, a fiercely independent woman who moves back to New York from Los Angeles determined to make it this time completely on her own, the last thing she ever expected was to meet Trent with an open heart and open arms.
For more information about how to buy tickets to the festival, check out the TBFF website.
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