Catch Cree Code Talker this Saturday at Pechanga Resort & Casino in Temecula, CA.
Screenings include films made through NSI Aboriginal Documentary and NSI New Voices.
The Provincial Archives of Alberta and American Indian Film Institute Festival showcase the film.
The exhibit from our NSI Aboriginal Documentary grads is on until November 19.
Best short doc went to NSI Aboriginal Documentary film Cree Code Talker and Sonya Ballantyne won best drama pitch.
Cree Code Talker was made through the NSI Aboriginal Documentary course.
The Spirit of Birth, Released, The League and Mia’ premiere on October 10.
The film depicts the true story of how the Cree language was used by code talkers to transmit crucial military communications for the US Air Force during WWII.
Creative Saskatchwan supports the training of Regina-based NSI students Trudy Stewart, Janine Windolph and Hugh Patterson.
Janine and Trudy are NSI Aboriginal Documentary students working on their short Statement Gatherers Reflections.
An Ecstatic Professional (pictured), Alice and Kevin, Finding Sergeant Partridge and Traditional Beats air on Reel Insights.
Elise joined the 2016 NSI Aboriginal Documentary students for the five-day trip to Toronto.