NSI Features First project Public-Schooled wins Jim Murphy Filmmakers Bursary

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Public-Schooled is a project from director Kyle Rideout and producer Josh Epstein.

Yukon-based feature film project Fragments wins Jim Murphy Filmmakers Bursary

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Fragments, an NSI Features First project from producer Michael Vernon, writer/directors David Hamelin and Neil Macdonald (Marsh Lake & Whitehorse, YK), is the 2012 winner of the Jim Murphy Filmmakers Bursary.

NSI Features First project Wisteria wins Jim Murphy Filmmakers Bursary

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NSI Features First project Wisteria – from writer/director A.J. Bond and producer Amy Belling – is the latest winner of the Jim Murphy Filmmakers Bursary.

BC filmmakers win Jim Murphy Filmmakers Bursary

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National Screen Institute – Canada (NSI) is pleased to announce NSI Features First project Heaven’s Door from writer/director Geoff Redknap and producer Katie Weekley (Vancouver, BC) as the latest winner of the Jim Murphy Filmmakers Bursary. The $2,500 bursary is presented annually to a filmmaking team

NSI announces winner of inaugural Jim Murphy Filmmakers Bursary

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The National Screen Institute – Canada (NSI) is pleased to announce NSI Features First project Hunter Hunter as the inaugural winner of the Jim Murphy Filmmakers Bursary. The $2,500 Jim Murphy Filmmakers Bursary is presented annually to a filmmaking team going through the NSI Features

NSI meets target for Jim Murphy Filmmakers Bursary

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The National Screen Institute is proud to announce the $25,000 target for the Jim Murphy Filmmakers Bursary has been met, thanks to the generosity of Jim’s circle of friends, former employers, colleagues, associates, students and admirers. “That we met our target so

Jim Murphy Filmmakers Bursary launched

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When Jim Murphy passed away in April 2007 the National Screen Institute – Canada (NSI) lost a valued team member and friend, and the Canadian film industry lost one if its strongest advocates and supporters. NSI is honoured to announce