Manitoba storytellers pitch their projects to an industry panel following expert coaching from international trainer Jan Miller
The panel included Louise O’Brien-Moran from Manitoba Film and Music, Melanie Nepinak Hadley from CBC, producer Avi Federgreen, Phyllis Laing from Buffalo Gal Pictures and Tangent Animation, and Monica Lowe from Winnipeg Film Group.
Eight Manitoba filmmakers set to develop their projects with international expert Jan Miller through new online workshop series
Introducing the participants: Erica Daniels, Sage Daniels, Joshua Hood, Reed Makayev, Katie Man, Jesse Peterson, Christine Reid and Vincent Tang.
The NSI team serves up a couple of short film recommendations to help spread a little joy during isolation.
Looking for free stuff to watch online? We’ve got a festival archive and more. Plus a couple of short film recommendations from NSI staff.
2020 edition of NSI Totally Television training program begins, marking 17-year partnership with presenting sponsor Bell Media
Bell Media’s commitment to the program helps Mark Ratzlaff, Nimisha Mukerji, Eva Thomas, Darren Anthony, Rachel Cairns, Brandon Laraby, Eva Colmers and Gordie Lucius develop their projects with the top showrunners and story editors in the country.
From creators Tabatha Golat and Montgomery Burt. The film plays at the Women’s Comedy Film Festival in Atlanta marking the film’s first screening at a women’s festival and its 50th festival screening.
New partnership between National Screen Institute and Film Training Manitoba to bring increased educational resources to Indigenous creators and Manitoba’s northern communities
The partnership involves a combination of joint educational programming including distance learning, in-class training, career consulting and outreach.
Over 25 alumni are up for a coveted screen award. The awards gala airs live on CBC and CBC Gem on Sunday, March 29.
The program connects emerging filmmakers with mentors to help guide their careers into the national film and television arena.
Applications for this full-time, 14-week program are being accepted until March 20. Students are paid minimum wage throughout training.
Remembering the Past Looking to the Future will showcase work from Saskatchewan women filmmakers including Trudy.
Students are developing their documentary ideas with training sessions and mentorship from Canada’s most respected documentarians including director advisor Shane Belcourt, and producer advisor and program alumna Michelle St. John.