APTN became a founding partner of NSI IndigiDocs in 2012. Their contribution has helped launch 54 Indigenous filmmakers into the industry with 28 short documentaries produced.
They’re seeking unique creative, scripted or unscripted web series suitable for a general audience and with a maximum budget of $30K.
APTN is looking for unique, creative, edgy, scripted or unscripted short stories between five and 22 minutes in length from Indigenous producers.
Acclaimed short films made through the 2017 edition of NSI IndigiDocs air on APTN this Friday.
The program supports First Nation, Inuit and Métis students in a course of studies leading to full-time employment. Apply by June 28, 2019.
Steve is host and producer of the unscripted series, which airs on APTN beginning May 18.
The series is hosted by Sarain Fox and Kris Nahrgang (pictured) and explores stories of Indigenous communities at the forefront of the reclamation movement in Canada.
Traditional Beats, An Ecstatic Professional, Alice & Kevin and Finding Sergeant Partridge premiere on APTN on October 28.
The National Screen Institute – Canada announces Aboriginal Peoples Television Network (ATPN) as a Program Partner for its new NSI Aboriginal Documentary training course.