The film was developed with the help of Telefilm Canada’s Micro-Budget Program.
Deanne Foley co-wrote and is directing Relative Happiness.
The new TV series is created and executive produced by NSI grad Greg Spottiswood.
The TELUS Fund aims to support 10 to 20 projects a year from independent Canadian producers up to $250,000 each.
The new company will develop and produce scripted dramas and mini-series for the world market.
Filmmaker and NSI grad John Bolton has several projects in the hopper.
NSI recently participated in an important new study about the Aboriginal screen-based production sector in Canada.
The gang from Farpoint Films is currently in production on their new TV series The Illegal Eater.
Kyle Rideout and Josh Epstein are shooting their first feature in Vancouver this summer.
Joe E. Ironstand has joined the Canadian Urban Television (CUT TV) team as a writer and producer.
Baby, How’d We Ever Get This Way, a feature film produced by Daniel Bekerman and Cher Hawrysh, began shooting this week in Toronto.
Don’t Get Killed in Alaska, the feature film written and directed by Bill Taylor and executive produced by Daniel Bekerman, is now in production.