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CBC New Indigenous Voices class of 2018 introduce themselves

Meet this year's students and get to know a bit about them as they start their training.

Get to know the CBC New Indigenous Voices class of 2019

Meet this year's students and get to know a bit about them as they start their training.

Announcing the 2019 CBC New Indigenous Voices students

NSI welcomes Bethany Fontaine, Isaac Kakegamic, Avery Kewistep, Kane Kirton, Chyann Maracle, André Nault, Marissa Stevenson, Celeste Sutherland and Kale Swampy.

Now available online: video of CBC New Indigenous Voices Q+A webinar with program alumni

Associate program manager Kaya Wheeler and program grads Erica Daniels, Adeline Bird and Andy Lown shared their knowledge, tips and advice.

Answers to all your questions from the CBC New Indigenous Voices Q+A webinar

A full list of questions and answers from our recent webinar.

Want to develop your career in film, TV and digital media? Apply for CBC New Indigenous Voices presented by NSI

[CALL NOW CLOSED] Minimum wage is paid throughout the 14 week course. Apply for CBC New Indigenous Voices by March 21, 2019.

Andy Lown on how CBC New Indigenous Voices offers opportunities for success

Andy talks about how the course made a positive impact on his life and career. NSI is accepting applications for this course until March 21.

CBC New Indigenous Voices short Forgotten screens at its sixth fest in August

The film has been programmed to screen next month at the Asinabka Film & Media Arts Festival in Ottawa.

CBC New Indigenous Voices short Forgotten screens at First Nations Film Festival Chicago

Written and directed by Jesse Spence with Alexis Leask and Andy Lown.

NSI at Nuit Blanche Winnipeg, September 30

Six shorts made through the CBC New Indigenous Voices and NSI IndigiDocs courses will screen.