The jury also gave an honourable mention to A Typical Fairytale by Annette Rilley.
Over 1,000 curated Canadian short films – many of them award-winning – are still available for audiences to enjoy.
It is with sadness that the National Screen Institute announces the closure of the NSI Online Short Film Festival after 11 successful years. Launched in 2008, the NSI Online Short Film Festival provided an important platform for Canadian content, programmed
Yakonnhéhkwen (It Sustains Her) by Candace Maracle + 2 more films in this week’s NSI Online Short Film Festival
Plus Takeoff by Pierce Csurgo and Lifelines by Catharine Parke.
Plus The Trainee by Ryan Couldrey, My Lyric I Never Knew by Nauzanin Knight and From a Light Within by Beth Wishart MacKenzie.
Plus Red Eye by S. Siobhan McCarthy and Undeveloped by Gilad Lippa.
Rialia by Suri Parmar and Nevin Douglas + 2 more films in this week’s NSI Online Short Film Festival
Plus Clean Ice by March Mercanti and Billy’s Behemoth Blast by Josh Owen.
Plus A Typical Fairytale by Annette Reilly.
Plus Art War by Peter Rowe and Tommy’s World by Sam Harding.
Plus Carrots by Molly Shears.
Plus Growing Up Skinner by Michael Linton and Safelight by Boris Melev.
Filmmakers Noel Harris and Kyle McDougall split the $1,250 prize.