Daunted by online learning, the CBC New Indigenous Voices class of 2020 met the challenge and formed meaningful friendships
On December 10 students graduated during a special online ceremony. In their final writing assignments, we find out that learning online made the experience even more interesting.
Darren completed his Totally Television training earlier this year and is already in development with CBC on his show, Dwayne Has Issues.
Jeffrey’s Features First film, Bang Bang Baby, was fully produced in 2014 and won the award for best Canadian first feature film at TIFF.
Todd McCauley: NSI Features First was a welcoming environment where all participants were seen as equal
Todd’s Features First film, SuperGrid, went on to receive the award for best feature film at the Saskatchewan Independent Film Awards.
Sandi’s NSI Features First film, Hailey Rose, is slated to begin production in spring 2021.
Director and co-founder of Farpoint Films, John says NSI equipped him with knowledge and understanding of the film industry.
Marlene Kendall, NSI board chair: NSI provides high-quality training to underrepresented and diverse participants
Marlene is inspired by the courage NSI students have in telling their stories.
The premiere starts with a virtual red carpet on Instagram, followed by a livestream Q & A with the cast after the show.
David directed his NSI Features First film, Fetching Cody, in 2005. His NSI Totally Television show, The Last Nation, is currently in development with CTV.
An all-Quebecois cast voiced seasons 2 and 3, which will be available to stream starting December 18.
Gemma was given the tools to improve her project and challenge herself to take her work to the next level.
Brad, vice-chair of the NSI Board of Directors, marvels at the amazing work created by alumni.