Seventeen alumni films will screen including a special opening night gala for Night Raiders from Danis Goulet. The fest runs from October 19 to 24.
Submit your pitch video to qualify. Applicants must be Indigenous and apply as a producer/director team. Winners receive over $45K in production services.
Apply now for imagineNATIVE’s Directors’ Lab and Screenwriting Lab. The deadline to apply for either lab is June 28.
Film, video, digital, interactive and audio works led by Indigenous creators are being accepted until June 11, 11:59 p.m. ET.
Theola Ross and Kim Wheeler received awards during imagineNATIVE’s online ceremony on October 25.
Including an activism in documentary masterclass with Tasha Hubbard (supported by NSI), two NSI IndigiDocs films and Ego of a Nation by Janet Rogers (pictured).
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.
To enter, tell us why you want to attend imagineNATIVE Film + Media Arts Festival. Only one entry per person. Deadline is October 15.
Seven emerging Indigenous filmmakers receive an imagineNATIVE festival pass and mentorship from NSI.
Includes NSI IndigiDocs shorts ahkâmêyimo nitânis | Keep Going My Daughter (pictured) and When the Children Left.