Films from Lisa Jackson, and Theola Ross and Alex Fisher-Bailey also screen at the festival.
Northern Manitoba writers: develop your web series or short film idea online through the NSI New Northern Voices training program
This part-time program taught by award-winning writer Jordan Wheeler aims to strengthen new and emerging writers’ skills and abilities to craft stories told from a northern Manitoba perspective.
Continuing our series on alumni projects available on streaming platforms, today we turn to Netflix. We scoured their catalog to find a range of TV series titles across a number of genres including Burden of Truth (pictured).
Comedy, drama, mystery, thriller, TV, film – NSI alumni have it all on Crave including Falls Around Her (pictured) by Darlene Naponse.
Featuring a diverse range of work from over the years on a platform that aims to help you discover – or rediscover – memorable Canadian films and TV shows.
Thirty titles to choose from including Diggstown (pictured), The Detectives, The Breadwinner, Fubar, Humboldt: The New Season, Bachman and The Burden of Truth.
In the first part of a new series we’re looking at online video platforms available in Canada which feature alumni projects for your viewing pleasure.
In celebration of the festival’s 20th anniversary and Manitoba 150, they’re offering free home movie digital transfers to Manitobans with historically relevant footage of the province.
Reelworld founder and executive director Tonya will also share what’s in store for Canadian BIPOC screen industry professionals.
Ruthless Souls by Darcy Waite and The Forbidden Reel by Kat Baulu will be featured.
Of the series’ 55 roles, 50 are Indigenous characters played by Indigenous actors. The series is being shot almost entirely on Nipissing First Nation in Ontario.
Projects from Hoda Elatawi, Lisa Jackson, Marie Clements and Catherine Bainbridge get support from the CrossCurrents Canada Doc Funds.