Alumni news in brief, July 2020: Part 1 – awards

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NSI grads picked up Golden Sheaf, Rockie and Platinum Remi Awards.

NSI alum projects score awards at Hot Docs and Canadian Film Fest

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Including Queen of the Morning Calm (pictured) by director Gloria Ui Young Kim which won the William F. White Reel Canadian Indie Award. Gloria received the DGC Ontario Best Director award for her work on the film.

NSI grads take home awards at imagineNATIVE Film + Media Arts Festival

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Tasha Hubbard’s nîpawistamâsowin won the Sun Jury and Audience Choice Awards and Mary Galloway and Jessie Anthony were the APTN/imagineNATIVE web series pitch winners.

NSI grads win 2019 Yorkton Golden Sheaf Awards

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Congratulations to Alexandra Lazarowich, Kathleen Jayme, Michael Grand and Lisa Jackson.

NSI grads win 2019 AMPIA Rosie Awards

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Winners include projects from Camille Beaudoin, Eric Rebalkin, Morgan Ermter, Lindsay Robinson and more.

Emerging filmmakers: submissions now open for 2019 Lindalee Tracey Award

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Submissions are accepted until March 13, 2019. The winner will be announced at this year’s Hot Docs fest in spring.

NSI grads nominated for 2016 Leo Awards

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The Leo Awards recognize the best in British Columbia’s film and television industry.

NSI presents Women in Media awards at Red River College

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NSI’s Chris Vajcner and Laura Friesen hung out with the award winners yesterday at a reception in Winnipeg.

NSI grads nominated for 2015 Canadian Comedy Awards

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Vote for your favourite nominees until August 15.

NSI grads nominated for DGC awards

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NSI Drama Prize film The Underground is among the nominees.

Bunks wins Youth Media Alliance award

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Bunks is a TV movie from Tom McGillis and Brendon Sawatzky.

NSI grads score Leo award nominations

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The Leo awards recognize the best in British Columbia’s film and television industry.