The partnership benefits writers, directors and producers across NSI’s training programs, with a focus on new and diverse voices.
RBC Emerging Artists Project has been an NSI IndigiDocs program partner for five years.
This partnership benefits current Saskatchewan-based NSI Features First participants Shayne Metcalfe and Mark Wolff.
NSI’s partnership with Blue Ant is over seven years.
This new three-year partnership includes support of NSI’s courses as well as NSI Online.
This new two-year partnership supports NSI’s online content, including sponsorship of the NSI Online Short Film Festival.
NSI welcomes RBC Emerging Artists Project as a 2013 Program Partner for the NSI Aboriginal Documentary training course.
William F. White International Inc. is continuing their commitment as the exclusive lighting and grip production equipment and technical services sponsor of NSI Drama Prize through 2016.
The National Screen Institute – Canada (NSI) is pleased to announce William F. White International Inc. is now the exclusive lighting and grip production equipment and technical services sponsor of NSI Drama Prize.
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