Students are several weeks into training so we asked them to tell you a bit about themselves. This is what they had to say.
Call for submissions: funding available for post-production services through the NFB Filmmaker Assistance Program
The program provides up to $5K in financial assistance for post-production technical services. Application deadline is July 5.
Winners announced for the TikTok Rock Out Challenge, presented by APTN, Indigenous Music Awards and NSI
Congratulations to Deanna Cardinal, Christopher Cardinal and Wayne Moneyas on winning the challenge.
Call for applications: Access Reelworld seeks BIPOC writers and directors for new Level UP on-set opportunity
Apply now to shadow the writers and directors of the hit Citytv series Hudson & Rex. Application deadline is June 22.
National Screen Institute CEO Joy Loewen moderates One Stop Business Workshop, presented by CBC, CMPA and CAVCO
Register now for the free event, Your Province, Your Financing: Manitoba, Yukon, Northwest Territories and Nunavut, streaming on Wednesday June 23 at 2 p.m. EST.
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.