Today students, faculty and partners will be honoured during an online graduation ceremony and special preview of the podcast episodes created and produced by students as part of training.
Through the NSI Features First program, Adam was able to finance, shoot and edit his film, A Small Fortune. The film is currently in post-production.
Love, Repeat will be available digitally and on DVD December 22.
Leah Cameron: I think it’s important to share struggles to create a safer and more equitable working environment
Leah discusses her struggles as a woman in the film industry, and how NSI mentors Rosemary Dunsmore and E. Jane Thompson taught her to stay true to her vision.
Through NSI IndigiDocs, Steve gained a broader understanding of directing and how best to collaborate with producers.
LGBTQ+ crew, creatives, and all production companies, studios, networks and agencies are invited to sign up to Out On Set now.
The film has made deals in Europe, Spain, Latin America, Korea, South Africa and many other international territories.
Premieres on the CTV Drama Channel on December 18, and Lifetime (US) on December 12.
Virginia, NSI Features First alum and current board member, says her NSI training pushed her to be the best she could be.
Wishing you hope and joy for 2021 from everyone at the National Screen Institute.
Matt Watterworth: NSI gave me the tools to make more than just a living – they helped me find my path as a filmmaker
Matt refers to his training at NSI as the turning point in his career, and where he gained a new understanding of the filmmaking process.
The program aims to build a more inclusive and innovative industry by increasing representation in front and behind the camera. Applications close on December 18.