Eva Colmers, Gordie Lucius, Eva Thomas and Darren Anthony advance to NSI Totally Television phase two
During phase two, teams will continue to polish their TV projects and receive customized guidance and mentorship as they prepare to attend Content London in December.
Due to COVID-19, and in place of a live gala, Polaris will celebrate nominees with a special cinematic tribute for broadcast in October. Deadline to apply is July 10.
Including All Rise (pictured), from creator and writer/executive producer Greg Spottiswood, which returns to CTV this season.
NSI grads selected for a number of initiatives including Sundance Institute Native Filmmaker’s Lab, Indigenous Screen Office Netflix Apprenticeship and Cultural Mentorship Program and BANFF Spark Accelerator for Women in the Business of Media.
NSI grads picked up Golden Sheaf, Rockie and Platinum Remi Awards.
Applications are being accepted until 15 September 2020 or when the funding envelope has been allocated.
Screenings include South Film and Arts Academy Festival, Screen Power Film Festival and DOXA Documentary Film Festival.
Telefilm has launched a new initiative promoting Canadian film collections available online.
Comedy, drama, mystery, thriller, TV, film – NSI alumni have it all on Crave including Falls Around Her (pictured) by Darlene Naponse.
In celebration of Pride Month throughout June, the NSI team is proud to showcase four short films from our alumni.
NSI staff members Kaya and Sarah reflect on the importance of this annual celebration.
The free sessions will happen every day at 2 p.m. EST over a three-week period. Topics include pitching, negotiation, tax credits, content clearance and producing in the time of COVID.