Brad, vice-chair of the NSI Board of Directors, marvels at the amazing work created by alumni.
Wow! Unlimited Media focuses on youth entertainment on digital platforms. In this new position, Tonya wants to focus on diversity within animation.
The documentary follows a Cree filmmaker and her white partner on their journey to parenthood. The film has been celebrated at film festivals across North America.
Alex’s film, êmîcêtôsêt: Many Bloodlines, has been celebrated at film festivals across North America. Most recently, it was named as one of Canada’s Top Ten Shorts of 2020 at TIFF.
The Lucky Ones, written by John Titley and produced by Ian Bawa, is an anthology series about the dark side of the lottery.
Early bird pricing is $75 until December 18, with regular submission at $95 until January 31.
Projects from Floyd Kane, Jordan Walker, Jeremy LaLonde, Amber Ripley, Chantal Ling, Marie Clements, Nick Orchard, Darlene Naponse and Paula Devonshire.
Elle-Máijá Tailfeathers joins National Screen Institute as co-manager of IndigiDocs training program
Elle-Máijá will work alongside program manager Kaya Wheeler and also serve as director advisor for the program.
Robert participated in NSI’s inaugural Features First program which led to directing his first film and gaining confidence to move his career forward.
CBC New Indigenous Voices grad and current NSI IndigiDocs participant, Erica, believes NSI helped her get her foot in the door early on in her career.
Screen Nova Scotia hosted its annual awards gala virtually on December 4.
Hoda was one of five new board members announced in late November.