Canadian filmmakers, producers and distributors are encouraged to submit their projects. Super early bird deadline is Friday, November 12.
Learn the essential skills to work in a modern newsroom, grow relationships with mentors and work within the field. Apply for this paid, five-month opportunity by November 10.
WIFT’s Family Care Report exposes need for balanced and equitable working conditions in Canadian film industry
The results of a WIFT survey exploring the impact of COVID-19 on child and family care for women in the Canadian screen industries.
Learn key elements of the media industry and prepare for OSM’s annual industry forum, All Access. Attend the free info session about the series on November 3.
Training, mentorship and networking for women and non-binary entrepreneurs ready to grow or launch their business. Apply by November 15.
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.