This edition will award grants of $10K to 10 successful applicants, along with distribution on select TELUS platforms.
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.
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.
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.
TELUS Originals are high-quality documentaries reflecting the kaleidoscopic Canadian experience. The successful candidate will have a key role with a leading team that is passionate about the stories they tell.
National Screen Institute announces applications now open for NSI IndigiDocs: a customized online training program for Indigenous creators to develop a short documentary
Apply for this part-time program by December 15, 2020 at 5:30 p.m. ET.
RBC Emerging Artists Project continues investment in NSI IndigiDocs and NSI New Northern Voices training programs
Additionally, RBC’s 2020 Indigenous Partnership Report A Chosen Journey highlighted both programs, staff and mentors. They also published a feature about NSI IndigiDocs film As the Smoke Rises by Jennifer Ille and Sharon Heigl in recognition of Orange Shirt Day on September 30.
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.
NSI’s Ursula Lawson promoted, now taking management lead on NSI Business for Producers and NSI New Northern Voices
Ursula now leads a slate of other training initiatives including the NSI/FTM Manitoba Content Creators Development Accelerator and the mentorship, development and delivery of projects for TELUS STORYHIVE.
The National Screen Institute announces format changes and incoming students for the 2020 CBC New Indigenous Voices training program
NSI welcomes Faith Gore, Matthew Tenute, Sarah Carrier, Nathaniel Magbanua, Seth Arcand, Janell Henry, AJ Wastasecoot and Kyler Harper for the first online edition of the program. Classes begin September 8.