The legacy of a run-down hockey arena is at stake as peculiar events unfold.
An obsessed gamer and his friend build the perfect virtual city but can’t escape their less-than-perfect relationships.
Nova Scotia gets blasted by accident while baby Billy is in his crib during the infamous Halifax Explosion.
National Screen Institute announces Directors Guild of Canada as Indigenous Training Programs Partner, part of three-year agreement
DGC’s commitment supports programs including NSI New Northern Voices, NSI IndigiDocs and CBC New Indigenous Voices.
APTN is looking for unique, creative, edgy, scripted or unscripted short stories between five and 22 minutes in length from Indigenous producers.
Program grad and Leave it on the Water producer Michele shares her thoughts about the nurturing environment within the program.
A young couple have a romance fit for a storybook – told entirely in rhyme.
A sex toy mishap leads to a night in the emergency room.
Toronto’s Blood in the Snow genre film fest runs November 21 to 26, 2019.
They receive $20K for their short Broken Glass about a young poet and his junky ex-lover.
World premieres from NSI grads include Canadian Strain (pictured) from Geordie Sabbagh and Ashleigh Rains and Queen of the Morning Calm from Gloria Ui Young Kim.
A psychological thriller from writer Jason Long, director Sandi Somers and producer Scott Lepp.