NSI grads at Canada’s Top Ten Shorts event in Winnipeg, January 27

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Flood (pictured) from Amanda Strong and Bracken Hanuse Corlett screens, and Charlene Moore and Ryan Wilson participate in a panel discussion.

Ashley McKenzie runner-up in The Globe’s Canadian artists of the year

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Ashley is recognized for her work on debut feature film Werewolf.

Six films from NSI grads make The Globe and Mail’s top 10 Canadian films of 2017

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Great Great Great (pictured), The Breadwinner, Hello Destroyer, Rumble, Werewolf and Wexford Plaza made the list.

NSI IndigiDocs 2018 students announced

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Congrats to Ryan Wilson, Charlene Moore, Chris Ross, Candy Fox, Christine Friday, Cara Mumford, Damien Eagle Bear and Caitlyn Pantherbone.

Second season of comedy web series Everyone’s Famous launches

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From Walter Forsyth and Angus Swantee.

Best of the NSI Online Short Film Fest 2017: winners of the A&E Short Filmmakers Award

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Enjoy this best of the fest replay featuring 90 Days by Timothy Yeung, She Stoops to Conquer by Zachary Russell, Bound by Daniel Boos and The Suitcase (pictured) by Philip Leung.

Death Wish by Chad Costen + 2 more films in this week’s NSI Online Short Film Festival

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Plus El Otro Lado De La Pasión by Jesse Lupini and Suzanne Gauthier: One thing leads to another by Ariella Pahlke.

Free screening of Birth of a Family in Winnipeg, January 17

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The imagineNATIVE special jury prize-winning doc from Tasha Hubbard.

Lisa Meeches, Kyle Irving nominated for Beyond Borders ECPAT award

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The awards honour Canadian journalists for exemplary work covering child sexual abuse and exploitation.

Gary Yates’ new film Snowed Inn Christmas airs on W Network, December 21

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Listen to The Inadequate Life podcast from Keith Tomasek featuring an interview with Snowed Inn Christmas lead Bethany Joy Lenz.

NSI grads at Vancouver Short Film Festival 2018

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Films from Mayumi Yoshida, BJ Verot and the Affolter Bros. screen next month.

NSI Drama Prize short Divorce Photographer begins streaming online, December 17

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The film will be available to watch on CBC’s Canadian Reflections.