NSI welcomes Mark Ratzlaff, Nimisha Mukerji, Eva Thomas, Darren Anthony, Rachel Cairns, Brandon Laraby, Eva Colmers and Gordie Lucius.
National Screen Institute announces Directors Guild of Canada as Indigenous Training Programs Partner, part of three-year agreement
DGC’s commitment supports programs including NSI New Northern Voices, NSI IndigiDocs and CBC New Indigenous Voices.
Producer/writer teams with a great idea for a TV series: apply for NSI Totally Television by September 27, 2019
[CALL NOW CLOSED] The course offers customized training for Canadian producer/writer teams to develop story ideas into polished packages for the global marketplace.
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.
The site currently showcases 120 short films. NSI Drama Prize short A Breath Short of Less (pictured), made in 1994, is one of the earliest films available.
Described by jurors as “An imaginative and heartfelt take on the ‘relationship drama’ that is wholly unexpected and yet entirely relatable.”
[CALL NOW CLOSED] Selected films that meet award criteria are eligible for the $1,250 A&E Short Filmmakers Award for best film.
Catch this action feature from Todd McCauley and Hugh Patterson in theatres starting this Friday.
A warm welcome to Alex Fisher-Bailey, Theola Ross, Troy Watts, Chantell Shaw, Sean Parenteau, Kelly Roulette, Jennifer Ille and Sharon Heigl.
NSI welcomes Tajana Prka, Tarique Qayumi, Michelle Ouellet, Nicholas Carella, Stephanie Ouaknine, Sarah Goodman, Ian Bawa and John Titley.
Filmmakers Hannah Cheesman and Michael Clowater split the $1,250 prize.
As of 2018-19, a diverse range of projects from more than 275 STORYHIVE-funded content creators have received training and mentorship from NSI.