Including All Rise (pictured), from creator and writer/executive producer Greg Spottiswood, which returns to CTV this season.
NSI grads selected for a number of initiatives including Sundance Institute Native Filmmaker’s Lab, Indigenous Screen Office Netflix Apprenticeship and Cultural Mentorship Program and BANFF Spark Accelerator for Women in the Business of Media.
NSI grads picked up Golden Sheaf, Rockie and Platinum Remi Awards.
Screenings include South Film and Arts Academy Festival, Screen Power Film Festival and DOXA Documentary Film Festival.
Comedy, drama, mystery, thriller, TV, film – NSI alumni have it all on Crave including Falls Around Her (pictured) by Darlene Naponse.
Including Queen of the Morning Calm (pictured) by director Gloria Ui Young Kim which won the William F. White Reel Canadian Indie Award. Gloria received the DGC Ontario Best Director award for her work on the film.
Plus CBC orders season two of Michelle Latimer’s Trickster, BJ Verot leads shorts to first feature film workshop, NFB projects from Kat Baulu and Sheona McDonald and more.
Includes the entire catalogue of 24 short documentaries made through NSI IndigiDocs.
Winners include Jennifer Podemski who picked up best direction, factual for Future History – “Awaken/Goshkoziwin” (pictured).
Featuring Amreeka by Liz Jarvis and My Father’s Tools by Heather Condo.
Including TELUS STORYHIVE project Sadika’s Garden (pictured) and Karen Lam’s The Curse of the Willow Song both nominated in a number of categories.
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