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

B4P Business for Producers mentors

Liz Hover

Director of Operations

Mentors pictured: (top row from left) Alexandra Finlay, Avi Federgreen, Sherry White, Daniel Bekerman, Christine Falco; (second row) Andrew Rosen, Tara Woodbury, Charles Clément, Christina Fon, Graham Ludlow; (third row) Alex Lazarowich, Andrew Williamson, Carrie Mudd, Shaleen Sangha, Nathalie Younglai; (bottom row) David Miller, Christina Jennings, Paul-E. Audet, Jessalyn Dennis, Scott Lepp

In October 2020, the National Screen Institute welcomed 21 participants to NSI Business for Producers – a distance learning and mentorship program designed to help emerging producers nurture creative ideas while navigating the logistics and legalities of screen-based storytelling in a COVID-19 environment. Read more about this year’s participants.

Following six weeks of online workshop sessions, participants recently entered the mentoring phase of training. NSI staff worked with students to match them and their unique needs to industry experts who can work one-on-one to develop their skills and projects.

NSI is proud to announce the following 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, and students have unprecedented access to them throughout this second phase of training.

Daniel Bekerman, Christine Falco, Christina Fon, Alex Lazarowich and Scott Lepp are NSI alumni.

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NSI Business for Producers is funded by Program Partner Canada Media Fund (CMF); Strategic Sponsors Telefilm Canada and The Winnipeg Foundation; Supporting Sponsors Corus Entertainment and Super Channel; Industry Consultants Executive Education Centre, Asper School of Business, Facilitated Solutions and People First HR Services. NSI Core Funders are Manitoba Sport, Culture & Heritage and the City of Winnipeg through the Winnipeg Arts Council.

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