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.
Sarah Goodman, Stephanie Ouaknine, Michelle Ouellet, Nicholas Carella advance to NSI Totally Television phase two
Phase two focuses more on the specific needs of each project, with a three-day training session in Toronto in September 2019.
The show was developed in 2004-05 by co-creators Marvin Kaye and Chris Sheasgreen, running for four seasons from 2008 to 2013.
After a week of workshops and one-on-one time with story editor mentors, here’s what the students had to say about developing their TV series ideas.
Participants will learn from senior writers and development executives from Bell Media, CBC and Netflix.
Recovery, from writer Liam Brennan and producer Katie Weekley, was developed through NSI Totally Television in 2014.
NSI welcomes Tajana Prka, Tarique Qayumi, Michelle Ouellet, Nicholas Carella, Stephanie Ouaknine, Sarah Goodman, Ian Bawa and John Titley.
Up to four teams will be selected for the course and announced in November.
The deal is a direct result of the sessions and meetings during boot camp training.
Gemma Holdway, Alexandra Caulfield, Jon Mann and Rob Ramsay along with program faculty answered your questions on Facebook.
Marvin talks expectation vs. reality and the benefits of the hard-but-important story editing process.
Get tips and advice on applying for NSI Totally Television: Live Facebook Q+A with recent program participants, June 26
Get tips and advice to help you put together a great application package ready for the August 13 deadline.