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Watch: In the trenches with BIPOC storytellers panel discussion, moderated by Jesse Wente

An exclusive discussion from NSI Business for Producers training, moderated by Jesse Wente with guest panelists Jennifer Podemski, Nathalie Younglai and Jennifer Holness.

Part 1: NSI Business for Producers students tell us how it's going

Richard Agecoutay, Jason Arsenault, Ian Bawa, Flore de Bayser, Hedyeh Bozorgzadeh, Ervin Chartrand, A.J. Demers and Priyanka Desai give us an update on the program so far.

Part 3: NSI Business for Producers students tell us how it's going

Alex Sangha, Kulbinder Saran Caldwell, Fonna Seidu, Bram Timmer, Jen Viens and Seth Williams give us an update on the program so far.

Part 2: NSI Business for Producers students tell us how it's going

Alex Duong, Andrea Feltrin, Kate Fenton, Carmen Forsberg, Stuart Matheson and Carla Robinson give us an update on the program so far.

Paying it forward: industry experts mentor NSI Business for Producers participants

We're proud to announce these mentors who are currently dedicating their time and expertise to the program. They represent some of the best in the film and television industries from across the country.

Getting to know the NSI Business for Producers students of 2020 (part 1)

Richard Agecoutay, Jason Arsenault, Ian Bawa, Flore de Bayser, Hedyeh Bozorgzadeh, Ervin Chartrand, A.J. Demers and Priyanka Desai reveal their hopes for the program and the creative projects they're developing.

Getting to know the NSI Business for Producers students of 2020 (part 3)

Alex Sangha, Kulbinder Saran Caldwell, Fonna Seidu, Bram Timmer, Jen Viens and Seth Williams reveal their hopes for the program and the creative projects they're developing.

Getting to know the NSI Business for Producers students of 2020 (part 2)

Alex Duong, Andrea Feltrin, Kate Fenton, Carmen Forsberg, Stuart Matheson, Jacob Pratt and Carla Robinson reveal their hopes for the program and the creative projects they're developing.

National Screen Institute names 21 participants selected for NSI Business for Producers

A new training program from NSI designed to increase the network of producing talent across Canada delivered in partnership with Canada Media Fund (CMF). Training begins Monday, October 26.

Nurture your creative ideas while learning the essential elements of producing with NSI Business for Producers

Aimed at emerging producers eager to take on bigger projects and grow their businesses, and writers and directors who want to learn about the craft of producing screen-based stories in a COVID-19 environment and beyond.