Local Heroes documentary OMA wins big at the 2022 Top Indie Film Awards in Tokyo, and digital short The United Guys Network streams internationally.
Six local heroes documentaries will screen at Globe Cinema in Calgary on December 5. Get your tickets now!
The story of retired nurse and grandma, Sandy Moser, who has made over 2,300 masks for the arts community of Alberta. OMA screens online December 7.
Successful applicants receive $20K in production grants and mentorship from the National Screen Institute. Apply by October 6!
Make a 60+ minute creative project of your dreams. No wrong answers. Nothing is off-limits. Apply before June 3.
Leigh Joseph, a Sḵwxw̱ú7mesh Nation ethnobotanist, moves back to her traditional territory of Squamish and contemplates her relationship with plants and their role as teachers. The film will premiere on April 29.
Register now to learn about strong audio storytelling, best practices for recording and editing tips and tricks. The first webinar takes place on April 9.
Podcast creators will each receive $10K in production funding, customized career training and mentorship through NSI and distribution of their project on select TELUS platforms.
Alberta and British Columbia creators pitched films highlighting extraordinary individuals making a positive difference in their community. Each creator receives $20K in funding, and mentorship from NSI.
This edition will award grants of $10K to 10 successful applicants, along with distribution on select TELUS platforms.
Seeking pitches from Alberta and British Columbia creators that spotlight extraordinary individuals making a positive difference. Apply by Wednesday, October 7, 2020.
From creators Tabatha Golat and Montgomery Burt. The film plays at the Women’s Comedy Film Festival in Atlanta marking the film’s first screening at a women’s festival and its 50th festival screening.