Kirsten Newlands and Simon Davidson (both NSI Totally Television) have taken their TV project The Odds from a small screen concept to the big screen. Kirsten tells us more.
Adam Smoluk (NSI Features First) speaks about the world premiere of his NSI Features-First-developed film Foodland.
Joan Prowse and John Bessai (NSI Global Marketing) talk about their web/TV crossover, GreenHeroes.
It’s Canadian Film Week in Accra, Ghana. NSI caught up with Canadian High Commissioner to Ghana, HE Trudy Kernighan to find out more.
Jeremy Torrie (FASP) talks about the premiere of his latest film – A Flesh Offering – at imagineNATIVE Film & Media Arts Festival.
NSI Drama Prize manager Joy Loewen explains why scripts are shortlisted for this short film training program and what makes for a rock-solid filmmaking team.
Josh MacDonald talks about about his two feature films playing at the Atlantic Film Festival this year.
Part two of our interview with Erica Hargreave and Susan Brinton who talk about applying to the Canada Media Fund and share their tips and advice.
Erica Hargreave and Susan Brinton talk about applying to the Canada Media Fund.
Shannon Foerter and Sean Robb (NSI Totally Television) talk about the program and their time at the Banff World Television Festival in June 2010.
Bruce James and Heather Lindsay (NSI Totally Television) talk about their time at the Banff World Television Festival in June 2010.
Jill Golick, Canadian transmedia goddess and president of the Writers Guild of Canada, talks about the development of her new web series Ruby Skye PI.