Congratulations to the alumni behind the many films, television series and digital media projects nominated this year. The awards stream online from May 17 to 20.
Twelve alumni films will stream at the online festival, which runs from April 29 to May 9. Lisa Jackson will participate in the 2021 Hot Docs Forum to win funding for her film, Wilfred Buck.
Greg wins for his film, Section Z. The film follows Clara as she saves society from a true zombie invasion.
The festival has moved completely online and will screen films from Jennifer Holness, Sudz Sutherland, Dusty Mancinelli and more. The festival runs from March 16 to 20.
Paul Anishinaabemo (Speaks Ojibwe) follows Paul as his mother teaches him their family’s language and the history surrounding it.
The program will simulate a writing room experience where each writer will have a full writer room session dedicated to workshopping their material.
Jennifer won the Established Producer Award at the CMPA Indiescreen Awards and Erica won the 2021 Young Aboriginal Entrepreneur Award from the Canadian Council of Aboriginal Business.
Throughout March films including nîpawistamâsowin: We Will Stand Up from Tasha Hubbard and Snow Warrior by Frederick Kroetsch will be available to stream.
The festival runs online from March 1 to 5, streaming five alumni films. NSI IndigiDocs grad JJ Neepin was selected for this year’s Berlinale Talents; and Elle-Máijá Tailfeathers, program co-manager and director advisor, serves as a panelist.
The film centres on a South Asian bodybuilder who moves back into his elderly father’s house to take care of him. Production is set to begin in 2022.
Includes films from Tracey Deer, Wendy Hill-Tout, Rachel Cairns, Corey Marr, Amanda Strong and Kent Donguines. The festival runs from February 26 to March 7.
The 19th annual ACTRA Awards will be held online this Sunday, February 21 at 8 p.m. on ACTRA Toronto’s YouTube channel.