Focal Point: Stephanie Scott named executive director of the National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation
Stephanie plans to accelerate the Missing Children Project to uncover the truth about the many Indigenous children who lost their lives in residential schools.
Daniel started an important conversation about mental health in a blog posted on Bell Let’s Talk Day earning attention across the country. And now he wants to build upon it.
Focal Point: theatrical release for Shawn Linden’s film Hunter Hunter, developed through NSI Features First
The horror film was released in US theatres, DVD and on-demand in mid-December 2020. This is the 25th fully produced film to come from NSI Features First.
Trey’s role focuses on the development of unscripted content through Bell’s partnership with Motion Content Group.
In recognition of her contributions to Canadian film and broadcasting.
Wow! Unlimited Media focuses on youth entertainment on digital platforms. In this new position, Tonya wants to focus on diversity within animation.
Hoda was one of five new board members announced in late November.
A girl wakes up to mysterious cards sliding into her room with one-word instructions for her to dress up for a Polaroid camera.
NSI Lifestyle Series Producer student Christina Velocci reports on week six of her internship on Decked Out.
A man becomes consumed with curiosity over the mystery of his co-worker’s eye patch.
It’s a complicated thing – the world of short film distribution, says Sundance Channel’s Ian Bricke in this essay he wrote for Sharon Badal’s recently published Swimming Upstream: A Lifesaving Guide to Short Film Distribution.