Congratulations to Whitney of Teslin, Yukon who advances to NSI IndigiDocs phase 2 to produce her film, The Longest Canoe Race.
Congratulations to Whitney Horne, Brandon Wilson, Marsha Knight and Kim Stadfeld who all advance to phase 2 of NSI IndigiDocs to produce their films.
The National Screen Institute warmly welcomes the CBC New Indigenous Voices class of 2021 as training begins
Hello to Desiree Brightnose, Anonda Canadien, Aiyana Hart, Jordan Kelly, Brittany Monkman, Logan Nadeau, Ariyah Pierre, Holly Smith and John Wapioke.
The thriller, directed by Pat Mills and written by Alyson Richards, is the 26th fully produced feature to come from the program.
Introducing Nathan Carter, Emma Fugate, Logan Fulford, Shane Mountain and Susan Rodgers to NSI’s newest producing program, as training begins today.
This investment benefits current NSI IndigiDocs participant Jiah Dzentu from Liidlii Kue, Northwest Territories.
Creative Saskatchewan and Saskatchewan Media Production Industry Association renew commitment to NSI IndigiDocs training program
This commitment benefits current NSI IndigiDocs participant Lois Standing of Prince Albert, Saskatchewan.
Participants announced for inaugural NSI Art of Business Management – Indigenous Edition training program
Welcome Jessie Anthony, Banchi Hanuse, Nadia Mike, Angie-Pepper O’Bomsawin, Brittany Ryan, Everett Sokol, Colin Van Loon and Darcy Waite. Online training begins March 29.
Learn the essential elements of working in the film, TV and digital media industries with online training and hands-on experience. Apply for this full-time program by April 23.
Introducing the eight newest NSI IndigiDocs students and their projects. Their online training began February 22.
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.
APTN became a founding partner of NSI IndigiDocs in 2012. Their contribution has helped launch 54 Indigenous filmmakers into the industry with 28 short documentaries produced.