NSI Drama Prize film The Auburn Hills Breakdown by producer Katie Weekley and writer/director Geoff Redknap was named Favorite Short Horror Comedy of the Year by horror.com.
The National Screen Institute – Canada (NSI) announces the filmmakers who will develop their films through its NSI Features First training program in association with Presenting SponsorTelefilm Canada. NSI Features First is a 10-month professional development program for Canadian filmmakers working on their
An avalanche of nominations for NSI alumni from the Saskatchewan Motion Picture Industry Association Showcase 2009.
Congrats to nine of our talented alumni whose films screened at the recent Winnipeg Aboriginal Film Festival.
Filming recently began on Every Emotion Costs, a feature film developed through NSI Features First.
Karen Lam (NSI Drama Prize, NSI Totally Television) talks about shooting her first feature film, Stained.
Paul Lachowich and Ryan Hanson talk about the success of their NSI Drama Prize film, The Curiosity of Penny Parker.
Adam Smoluk (NSI Features First) talks about the production of his feature film Foodland.
Our talented NSI Drama Prize alumni take to the screens once more with their films.
Ashley Hirt (NSI New Voices) talks about how the course helped her career, her recent role co-producing Black Field and more.
Brendon Sawatzky (NSI Features First) is one of five Canadian producers selected to attend the Mannheim Meetings.
Congrats to Nick Citton, Jason James, Christine Lippa and Angela Heck who represent two of five projects selected to the Telefilm Canada Features Comedy Lab run by the Canadian Film Centre (CFC).