In celebration of Pride Month throughout June, the NSI team is proud to showcase four short films from our alumni.
Featuring W-A-L-K by Anna Sikorski, The Auburn Hills Breakdown by Geoff Redknap and Katie Weekley, and Job Interview by Tim Moore and Rodrigo Fernandez-Stoll.
The NSI team serves up a couple of short film recommendations to help spread a little joy during isolation.
Looking for free stuff to watch online? We’ve got a festival archive and more. Plus a couple of short film recommendations from NSI staff.
APTN is looking for unique, creative, edgy, scripted or unscripted short stories between five and 22 minutes in length from Indigenous producers.
After moving to Winnipeg from the Philippines, fighting game enthusiast Eumir Enriquez found it hard to make friends until he joined Chip Damage.
Submission deadline for the Canadian program is May 10, 2019.
The film follows Jen, a hyper-ambitious career woman, who is attacked by a scared dog.
In The Video Store Commercial, a cursed VHS tape is destroyed during a commercial shoot.
The new program awards $20K each to three writer/director/producer filmmaker teams. Apply by June 1, 2018.
CBC will roll out up to 18 shorts during the 2016-17 season; submit your doc for consideration.
His short film Loss of Contact is in the running to win $45K.