Alumni films have been selected to play in theatres and online for the Cinefest Sudbury International Film Festival. The festival runs from September 18 to 26, featuring films from around the world.
Catch these alumni films in theatres at SilverCity Sudbury and online starting September 18:
- The Boathouse – produced by Floyd Kane (NSI Totally Television)
- Night Raiders – written and directed by Danis Goulet (NSI Drama Prize), executive produced by Lisa Meeches (NSI Indigenous training programs advisor and NSI Storytellers alumna) and Kyle Irving (NSI Global Marketing), associate produced by Eva Thomas (NSI Totally Television) and starring Elle-Máijá Tailfeathers (NSI IndigiDocs program manager)
- One of Ours – produced by Laura Perlmutter (NSI Drama Prize)
- Run Woman Run – written and directed by Zoe Hopkins (Featuring Aboriginal Stories Program), produced by Laura Milliken (Featuring Aboriginal Stories Program) and Paula Devonshire (NSI Features First, NSI Totally Television)
- The White Fortress (Tabija) – produced by Borga Dorter (NSI Totally Television)
- Wildhood – produced by Gharrett Patrick Paon (NSI Features First)
Catch these alumni films streaming online starting September 18:
- All-in Madonna – developed through NSI Features First by director Arnold Lim and writer Susie Winters
- Baba – co-produced by Nathanael Vass, Ingo Lou and Kent Donguines (all TELUS STORYHIVE)
- FANNY: The Right to Rock – executive produced by Catherine Bainbridge (NSI Global Marketing)
- Flower Boy – executive produced by Anneli Ekborn (NSI Features First)
- Into Light – directed by Sheona McDonald (NSI Global Marketing)
- Kímmapiiyipitssini: The Meaning of Empathy – written, directed and produced by Elle-Máijá Tailfeathers, produced by Lori Lozinski (NSI Art of Business Management – Indigenous Edition program advisor)
- Liminal – executive produced by Anneli Ekborn
- Motherly – written and directed by Craig David Wallace (NSI Totally Television)
- Portraits from a Fire – produced by Rylan Friday, cinematography by Kaayla Whachell (both TELUS STORYHIVE)
- See For Me – directed by Randall Okita (NSI Diverse TV Director)
- Someone Like Me – directed by Sean Horlor and Steve J. Adams (both TELUS STORYHIVE)
- Then Sings My Soul – directed by Susan Rodgers (NSI Market-Ready Producers – PEI Edition)
- Wochiigii lo: End of the Peace – cinematography and executive produced by Frederick Kroetsch (NSI Business for Producers)
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