After the first week of online training, this year’s students share their hopes and dreams about working in the industry.
The National Screen Institute announces format changes and incoming students for the 2020 CBC New Indigenous Voices training program
NSI welcomes Faith Gore, Matthew Tenute, Sarah Carrier, Nathaniel Magbanua, Seth Arcand, Janell Henry, AJ Wastasecoot and Kyler Harper for the first online edition of the program. Classes begin September 8.
National Screen Institute and CBC announce two-year partnership renewal for CBC New Indigenous Voices training program
The partnership extension will increase career development opportunities for Indigenous content creators across Canada.
Applications for this full-time, 14-week program are being accepted until March 20. Students are paid minimum wage throughout training.
New grads André Nault, Kane Kirton, Bethany Fontaine, Celeste Sutherland, Marissa Stevenson, Kale Swampy, Isaac Kakegamic, Avery Kewistep and Chyann Maracle tell us about their takeaways as the program wraps up for the year.
CBC New Indigenous Voices shorts Forgotten (pictured), Dead Bolt, Nappy Hair & Eagle Feather and Star Line will stream.
Meet this year’s students and get to know a bit about them as they start their training.
NSI welcomes Bethany Fontaine, Isaac Kakegamic, Avery Kewistep, Kane Kirton, Chyann Maracle, André Nault, Marissa Stevenson, Celeste Sutherland and Kale Swampy.
A full list of questions and answers from our recent webinar.
Associate program manager Kaya Wheeler and program grads Erica Daniels, Adeline Bird and Andy Lown shared their knowledge, tips and advice.
Andy talks about how the course made a positive impact on his life and career. NSI is accepting applications for this course until March 21.
Want to develop your career in film, TV and digital media? Apply for CBC New Indigenous Voices presented by NSI
[CALL NOW CLOSED] Minimum wage is paid throughout the 14 week course. Apply for CBC New Indigenous Voices by March 21, 2019.