Since the program officially concluded earlier this year, participants have been wrapping up their mentorships. As they each returned to their regular routine, we asked for some final thoughts.
Students are several weeks into training so we asked them to tell you a bit about themselves. This is what they had to say.
Stream When the Children Left (pictured) by Ryan Cooper and Charlene Moore plus As the Smoke Rises, êmîcêtôsêt: Many Bloodlines, Ahkâmêyimo nitânis (Keep Going My Daughter) and Lost Moccasin.
Alumni winners include Tracey Deer, Joseph Kay, Virginia Rankin, Robert de Lint, Virginia Thompson and Mike Fly.
In honour and celebration of Asian Heritage Month we invited filmmaker and alumna Karen Lam to share her perspective on the changes and challenges of the past year.
The alumni survey helps us better understand our community and the impact training has had, and plan for future initiatives.
Make a 60+ minute creative project of your dreams. No wrong answers. Nothing is off-limits. Apply before June 3.
Online learning opportunity: Find out how to build an audience for your work by enrolling in Annelise Larson’s digital media for marketing course
A TON of expert advice is packed into this eight-part course. Sessions are $25 each or $150 for all eight. NSI’s Liz Hover recently caught up with Annelise to chat about the course; watch the video to find learn more.
Three northern Manitobans learn the essential elements of short-fiction writing with award-winning writer Jordan Wheeler as NSI New Northern Voices online training begins
NSI warmly welcomes Rochelle Dyrkacz from The Pas, Steven Bignell from Opaskwayak Cree Nation and Ryan Goossen from Gillam.
An exclusive discussion from NSI Business for Producers training, moderated by Jesse Wente with guest panelists Jennifer Podemski, Nathalie Younglai and Jennifer Holness.
Alex Sangha, Kulbinder Saran Caldwell, Fonna Seidu, Bram Timmer, Jen Viens and Seth Williams give us an update on the program so far.
Alex Duong, Andrea Feltrin, Kate Fenton, Carmen Forsberg, Stuart Matheson and Carla Robinson give us an update on the program so far.