Darren completed his Totally Television training earlier this year and is already in development with CBC on his show, Dwayne Has Issues.
Giving Tuesday is an opportunity to empower storytellers who are making a difference. Donate $20 or more and CanadaHelps will add an extra $2.
The work we do at NSI is critical in amplifying the voices of underrepresented storytellers across our nation. By doing so, we build those bridges to greater understanding.
An opportunity to flip the hourglass from fear and insecurity to unity and courage as we continue our journey through the COVID-19 pandemic.
At NSI, we love to celebrate birthdays. While this is a tricky time for celebrating, NSI turns 34 today so we took a moment during our daily check-in to celebrate and give thanks for your support.
A message from NSI CEO Joy Loewen: in these changing and uncertain times, I’m grateful for so many things
An update on the challenge and change of leading NSI operations through the COVID-19 pandemic.
For the month of March, two special donors challenge you to donate to NSI and help double the impact of their gifts. This means for every $1 you donate before March 31, our donors will also contribute $1. That’s double the impact!
The support of the NSI community was incredible during our December giving campaign. Today, we are proud to publish a list of generous individuals whose donations have already been put towards the important work of training our students.
We’re grateful to donors like Brian whose support helps our students through training and beyond. We spoke to him to find out what motivates him to give back to NSI.
Big or small, your gift will provide students with value-added essentials that make their training experience really special.
Joy recently attended the the global summit which brings together people to share experiences and generate momentum for a future where representation and inclusion are the new screen industry standards.
Joy describes the new teams as creative, hardworking and serious about getting their TV concepts made.