From creators Tabatha Golat and Montgomery Burt.
The award-winning series hits festivals in Toronto, Melbourne, New York and Seoul.
Fifteen emerging filmmakers from British Columbia and Alberta receive a Banff festival pass and mentorship from NSI.
Filmmakers from Alberta and British Columbia can submit a pitch to STORYHIVE by May 7 to receive one of 30 production grants, including training from NSI.
Also won best web series at the recent Global Film Festival Awards in LA.
Abracadavers is a TELUS STORYHIVE 100K series from project lead Morgan Ermter.
Abracadavers took home the January 2019 web series award in the Italian fest’s monthly announcement.
15 projects from Alberta and 15 from British Columbia each receive $20K in production grants and training from NSI.
The animated series is directed by Denver Jackson and produced by Daniel Hogg.
Alayna is a TELUS STORYHIVE digital shorts grad.
The Stinger Awards recognize artists and technicians working in film and digital media in Southern Alberta.
The PsyBorgs screens twice, on December 5 and 7, 2018. This marks the series’ South American premiere.