The comedy series follows Paul’s character who returns to his reserve in Northern Manitoba after hitting a dead end in the big city. Production begins in early 2022.
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Inspired by the storytellers within our community, National Screen Institute CEO Joy Loewen shares a piece of her own story with us.
New report shows a lack of data available and harmful data collection practices surrounding BIPOC participation in Canada’s screen sector.
Cheyenne shares her thoughts on becoming ‘Miss Rae’ of Miss Rae & The Midnight Ramblers and the spiritual experience of performance.
Open Frame is designed to break down barriers and introduce refugees to the essentials of the Canadian film industry. Apply by December 10.
Lead the consultation, design and development of programs for the new Rogers and Creative BC Indigenous Fund. Apply by December 7.
Support storytellers today by making a pledge to the National Screen Institute through CanadaHelps’ new contest. Make your pledge by November 29.
The recipient will get $10K in cash and support from the Winnipeg Film Group and IATSE Local 856. Application deadline is December 31.
The story of retired nurse and grandma, Sandy Moser, who has made over 2,300 masks for the arts community of Alberta. OMA screens online December 7.
Network with industry decision-makers, attend keynotes, pitch markets and virtual receptions. Streams online from February 3 to 11.
Steven directed the music video, Genocide, for the Dee Erin Band. The band is based out of Opaskwayak Cree Nation in Manitoba.