Alumni films currently in production with the National Film Board

Lori Lozinski's A Motorcycle Saved My Life

Lori Lozinski’s A Motorcycle Saved My Life

Projects from Hayley Gray (TELUS STORYHIVE), Janine Windolph (NSI IndigiDocs) and Lori Lozinski (NSI Art of Business Management – Indigenous Edition program advisor) were greenlit by the National Film Board (NFB) and will move into production.

Lori Lozinski’s short film A Motorcycle Saved My Life follows Lori as she documents her past and present as she traverses the open road in search of answers about what it means to be a woman on a bike.

Our Maternal Home, a short film directed by Janine Windolph, tells the story of Janine as she introduces her teenaged sons to their maternal home of Waswanipi, QC. Janine continues the work of her previous films with the NFB in this nurturing exploration of matriarchal kinship and powerful affirmation of family identity.

Hayley Gray’s feature film Unarchived follows anthropologist Laura Cuthbert and her organization Populous Map. Unarchived is an exploration of the diverse, underrepresented and unarchived histories in British Columbia.

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