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NSI at Nuit Blanche Winnipeg, September 30

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

CBC New Indigenous Voices film Forgotten screening at UWinnipeg film fest

Forgotten was written and directed by Jesse Spence alongside Alexis Leask and Andy Lown.

CBC New Indigenous Voices class of 2017 - final words from the students

They've graduated and we miss them but here they share their internship tales and hopes for the future.

Congratulations to the 2017 CBC New Indigenous Voices grads

Nine students will graduate from the course on August 10, 2017.

CBC New Indigenous Voices 2017 students tell us about the course so far

Tyshana Hobson, Jesse Spence, Nikita Day, Andy Lown, Gindalee Ouskun, Alexis Leask, Chris Eastman, Michael Black and Ryan Wilson talk about the impact of the course.

NSI announces CBC as title sponsor of New Voices program

CBC has confirmed a three-year commitment as title sponsor of the program.

2017 CBC New Indigenous Voices students announced

Nine new students begin their training on May 8, 2017.

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

Includes short film production and an industry internship. Minimum wage is paid throughout. Apply by March 26, 2018.

2018 CBC New Indigenous Voices students announced

Nine new students start their training in Winnipeg on April 30, 2018.

CBC New Indigenous Voices 2018 launches in Winnipeg

Cynthia Murdock, Adeline Bird, Rhonda Lucy, Joe Courchene, Jon Berg, Diandre Thomas-Hart, Damian Frazee, Daniel Bear and Shauntelle George began the course with a pipe ceremony led by Elder Colin Mousseau and a traditional feast.