Cheyenne shares her thoughts on becoming ‘Miss Rae’ of Miss Rae & The Midnight Ramblers and the spiritual experience of performance.
The story of retired nurse and grandma, Sandy Moser, who has made over 2,300 masks for the arts community of Alberta. OMA screens online December 7.
Steven directed the music video, Genocide, for the Dee Erin Band. The band is based out of Opaskwayak Cree Nation in Manitoba.
Josh discusses his path in the industry and how his first acting role as Michael in Peter Pan sparked his love for storytelling.
Episode three of The Hats We Wear is now available on Spotify, Apple and wherever you listen to podcasts.
Part one of this four part series begins on November 9, featuring NSI IndigiDocs alumna Alex Bailey.
Into Light from Sheona McDonald will stream on November 8 and Falls Around Her from Darlene Naponse will stream on November 26.
The Hats We Wear is released to coincide with the National Screen Institute’s annual fundraising campaign. Donations benefit the growing community of creators changing the world through the power of story.
Alumni win big at imagineNATIVE Film + Media Arts Festival, DGC Awards, Edmonton International Film Festival and more.
Tails on Ice, developed through NSI IndigiDocs, premieres at Yellowknife International Film Festival
The film follows Miranda’s sled dog Ellesmere as she sets off on her first training expedition. Tails on Ice streams on the festival website from November 3 to 7.
The festival runs online from November 3 to November 7, highlighting stories from across the Northwest Territories and around the world.
Dinae Robinson, Miranda Currie, Rylan Friday selected for Whistler’s Indigenous Filmmaker Fellowship
This six-month program focuses on strengthening and advancing short-form scripted projects for emerging Indigenous filmmakers in Canada.