Up to four teams get industry mentorship, attend Hot Docs fest and receive up to $16K towards the production of their film.
The film premieres September 22 with writer/director Danishka Esterhazy in attendance.
The film premieres September 21 at 9:45 p.m. in Calgary. Director Lowell Dean and producer Trinni Franke will be in attendance.
Daniel Bear, Adeline Bird, Damian Frazee, Rhonda Lucy, Jon Berg, Cynthia Murdock, Diandre Thomas-Hart, Shauntelle George and Joe Courchene attend a ceremony on August 2.
She Came Knocking, PYOTR495, Princess Jack, Kimberly-Sue Murray win NSI Online Short Film Festival awards
$3,750 in award money was presented to winners.
Writer/producer teams working on first or second feature film: develop your project with NSI Features First
[CALL NOW CLOSED] Up to four teams will meet potential financing partners, distributors, producers and broadcasters, and work with expert story editors to take their project to the next level.
National Screen Institute announces new partnership with documentary Channel in support of NSI IndigiDocs
The partnership will provide support for NSI IndigiDocs, NSI’s documentary training course for Indigenous producer/director teams.
Producer/writer teams with a great idea for a TV series: apply for NSI Totally Television by August 13, 2018
New this year: adaptations from existing IP are being accepted and phase two teams attend Scripted in LA.
This commitment benefits Regina-based NSI IndigiDocs participants Chris Ross and Candy Fox (pictured).
Cynthia Murdock, Adeline Bird, Rhonda Lucy, Joe Courchene, Jon Berg, Diandre Thomas-Hart, Damian Frazee, Daniel Bear and Shauntelle George began the course with a pipe ceremony led by Elder Colin Mousseau and a traditional feast.
The NSI Features First-developed film from Kyle Rideout and Josh Epstein gets a limited engagement in 11 Canadian cities.
Free Winnipeg screening of Marie Clements’ The Road Forward to celebrate National Canadian Film Day, April 18
NSI IndigiDocs short Mia’ will also screen at this free event.