The board of the National Screen Institute – Canada (NSI) is pleased to announce the appointment of respected executive John Gill as the Chief Executive Officer (CEO). He will assume the position on April 4, 2011. “John comes to NSI with a
Kajpust was previously involved with NSI when she co-developed and co-managed NSI New Voices between 2005 and 2008.
After five years, Joy Loewen, NSI Drama Prize program manager, has advised the National Screen Institute of her intention to step down from the position to pursue other opportunities in the industry. She will remain in place until a search for
NSI Drama Prize program manager Joy Loewen will take part in a panel on short film resources and NSI grads screen three films.
NSI Drama Prize manager Joy Loewen explains why scripts are shortlisted for this short film training program and what makes for a rock-solid filmmaking team.
A slew of films by NSI grads are playing the Atlantic Film Festival (AFF), September 16 to 25 in Halifax.
Susan Millican, CEO of the National Screen Institute – Canada (NSI) since 2002, has advised the organization’s board of directors of her intention to step down from the position. She will remain CEO until a committee completes a national search for her
Brendon Sawatzky (NSI Features First) is one of five Canadian producers selected to attend the Mannheim Meetings.