Selected participants will work with mentors to develop their projects and receive $1,000 of funding support. Apply by May 13.
The report analyzes data on women writers, directors, cinematographers, showrunners and producers in Canadian TV and film, with a specific look at BIPOC women in the industry.
Congratulations to the alumni behind the many films, television series and digital media projects nominated this year. The awards stream online from May 17 to 20.
Twelve alumni films will stream at the online festival, which runs from April 29 to May 9. Lisa Jackson will participate in the 2021 Hot Docs Forum to win funding for her film, Wilfred Buck.
This investment benefits current NSI IndigiDocs participant Jiah Dzentu from Liidlii Kue, Northwest Territories.
Read our new vision, mission and value statements. These, along with our 2021-2023 strategic plan and new brand identity (coming later this year), mark a rebirth for NSI.
Register now to learn about strong audio storytelling, best practices for recording and editing tips and tricks. The first webinar takes place on April 9.
DOC members gain access to all benefits including up-to-date information on workshops, events, programming and industry news.
Creative Saskatchewan and Saskatchewan Media Production Industry Association renew commitment to NSI IndigiDocs training program
This commitment benefits current NSI IndigiDocs participant Lois Standing of Prince Albert, Saskatchewan.
Greg wins for his film, Section Z. The film follows Clara as she saves society from a true zombie invasion.
Calling all Canadian producers, development executives and filmmakers: complete this survey and contribute to an important body of knowledge that can affect real change.
Participants announced for inaugural NSI Art of Business Management – Indigenous Edition training program
Welcome Jessie Anthony, Banchi Hanuse, Nadia Mike, Angie-Pepper O’Bomsawin, Brittany Ryan, Everett Sokol, Colin Van Loon and Darcy Waite. Online training begins March 29.