Danis Goulet and Daniel Bekerman team up for new Netflix thriller Ivy

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Ivy follows a mother who, after recovering from an accident, moves into a prototype smart home only to find that the house’s AI technology is developing real human emotions.

Leonard Sumner receives TD Indigenous Songwriter Award at the Indigenous Music Awards

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Leonard accepted the award, along with a prize of $10K, a beautifully crafted hand drum and a special showcase opportunity through the Indigenous Music Awards.

Celebrating National Indigenous Peoples Day with news from NSI Art of Business Management – Indigenous Edition!

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Congratulations to the eight students currently completing their mentorship phase.

Register now for the Indigenous Film Summit featuring NSI alumni

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Registration is now open for the online event from June 23 to 25 featuring panels, industry events and special guests.

Alumni short films showcased in celebration of National Indigenous Peoples’ Day

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Films from Alexandra Lazarowich, Rhayne Vermette, Lisa Jackson and many more will stream online starting at 5 p.m. PDT on June 18.

Lisa Meeches joins Banff Television Festival Foundation’s board of directors

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Lisa will speak at the Meet the BANFF Board of Directors and Content Advisory Board event on June 16 as part of the BANFF World Media Festival.

Corner Gas Animated announces final season

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The fourth and final season will air on CTV Comedy Channel starting July 5.

Focal Point: DOC Institute honours Lisa Jackson with Vanguard Award

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The Vanguard Award honours a mid-career filmmaker nominated by their peers for advancing the documentary craft and elevating the next generation of filmmakers.

Orlando Braun’s documentary Ode To My Father airs nationally on CBC

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Airing on CBC and CBC Gem June 19, the film follows Jorge Requena Ramos’ personal story of life after his father’s suicide.

Nathaniel Magbanua receives funding through Winnipeg Film Group’s Manitoba Film and Music First Film Fund

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Nathaniel was awarded $2K in cash and $2K in services for his short film, Taxi Night, about a young woman and her sinister cab driver.

Alumni films currently in production with the National Film Board

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Short films from Lori Lozinski (pictured) and Janine Windolph, and a feature film from Hayley Gray, are all greenlit for production.

Stream Jeremy Lutter’s new detective podcast, Ghost Town Killer, on podcast platforms now

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Paranormal investigator turned journalist Lilith Black searches for her sister’s killer within her isolated hometown which is on the verge of financial ruin.