Steven Bignell selected to pitch NSI New Northern Voices project in RBC $10K Emerging Filmmaker Pitch Competition
Steven will pitch his short film idea to a jury on July 24 for a chance to win $10K in production funds, mentorship from NSI and more.
The festival runs from July 12 to 25 featuring a drive-in movie theatre, movies on demand and virtual workshops.
Joanne (pictured) won the RBC $10K pitch competition and will be mentored by NSI’s Elise Swerhone over the next year as she produces her film Anak for the 2021 festival.
The fest kicks off next Tuesday, July 21 and runs to July 26. In total, the festival will stream 200 films including Aadizookaan created through CBC New Indigenous Voices by Kale Swampy.
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NSI IndigiDocs short When the Children Left (pictured) won the Indigenous Spirit Award and the Manitoba Short Film Audience Choice Award.
She’ll pitch her short film idea to a panel of professional producers in front of a live audience during the festival.
Includes a screening of acclaimed documentary nîpawistamâsowin: We Will Stand Up by Tasha Hubbard.
Apply by June 1 for an opportunity to get free transportation to the fest and a slate of women-driven programming.
NSI grad Justina Neepin premieres her short film Mark, and Gimli Film Fest gets a fish fly invasion.
Congratulations to Curtis Mandeville, Dion Telesky and Trinity Bruce who all won awards for their short films at Gimli Film Festival.
NSI is programming seven themed hours of short films for the Gimli fest selected from the NSI Online Short Film Festival archives.