Eva Madden (NSI Drama Prize) will give the first in a series of artist talks on Thursday, December 1, at 7 p.m. at AFCOOP headquarters in Halifax.
Canadian producer Brendon Sawatzky worked at NSI for 10 years. He recently left the organisation. Here he reflects on his time at NSI.
Cameras began rolling this week in Saskatoon on the feature film Ferocious directed by Robert Cuffley (NSI Drama Prize, NSI Features First) and produced by Carolyn McMaster (NSI Features First) and Anand Ramayya (NSI Totally Television).
The Whistler Film Festival kicks off on November 30 and we’ve compiled a handy list of alumni screenings for you.
Karen Lam’s films Stained and Doll Parts pick up two awards.
Comedy web series Bullies: Not Cool! directed by Danishka Esterhazy (NSI Drama Prize, NSI Features First) will premiere on the internet December 6.
The Prime Radicals has been picked up by Mediacorp Pte Ltd in Singapore.
TutuMUCH won the Adult Jury Prize for Documentary Feature Film at the Chicago International Children’s Film Festival.
Katie Weekley and Geoff Redknap have won a spot in the Praxis Fall Screenwriting Workshop.
Wapos Bay The Movie: Long Goodbyes had its Hollywood premiere on November 18 at the LA Skins Film Fest, a Native American Film Festival.
Jeff Kopas (NSI Features First) announces a special one-night Winnipeg premiere screening for his feature film An Insignificant Harvey at the Landmark Globe Theatre this Thursday, November 24.
The super-talented Juan Riedinger, serial-submitter to the NSI Online Short Film Festival and two-time recipient of the A&E Short Filmmaker’s Award, tells us why every Canadian filmmaker should be sending their films to NSI. We think he might like us.