A Futurespective: Opportunities for You in 2022 is a three-day panel event featuring creative and technical talent. Runs online from January 18 to 20.
Training, mentorship and select financial support to Deaf and disabled creators to develop scripted and documentary content. Apply by January 26.
Season four features free virtual workshops about content creation and preparing proposals and applications. Runs January 25 to February 2.
All Access runs online from January 18 to 20, featuring speakers and guests exploring industry trends through panels, interviews and case studies.
Emerging / mid-level directors, producers, writers and editors can apply for this immersive artistic, professional and collaborative experience. Deadline is January 31.
Tails on Ice, developed through NSI IndigiDocs, premieres at Yellowknife International Film Festival
The film follows Miranda’s sled dog Ellesmere as she sets off on her first training expedition. Tails on Ice streams on the festival website from November 3 to 7.
CMF, National Screen Institute partner on first-of-its-kind training initiative for BIPOC producers; apply by November 22
The program builds skills in enhanced revenue streams, distribution, export and coproduction for producers to move their projects, companies and careers forward.
In this role, Sarah now manages CBC New Indigenous Voices and co-manages the inaugural TikTok Accelerator for Indigenous Creators.
Gift to Give, developed through NSI IndigiDocs by Erica Daniels, premieres at imagineNATIVE Film + Media Arts Festival
Gift to Give follows the relationship between a Two-Spirited daughter and her father. The film streams on the festival website from October 21 to 23.
Two documentaries developed through NSI IndigiDocs premiere at Vancouver International Film Festival
Films from Peter Brass and Steven Davies make their theatrical world premieres on October 6 and 7, with online streaming until October 11.