The National Screen Institute announces format changes and incoming students for the 2020 CBC New Indigenous Voices training program
NSI welcomes Faith Gore, Matthew Tenute, Sarah Carrier, Nathaniel Magbanua, Seth Arcand, Janell Henry, AJ Wastasecoot and Kyler Harper for the first online edition of the program. Classes begin September 8.
Phase 1 boot camp took place in Toronto at the beginning of March. Here, participants share their thoughts on the experience.
Our newest NSI IndigiDocs students were in Winnipeg for their two-week training boot camp back in February. Read their thoughts on the experience.
The program provides an opportunity for the Toronto screen industry to become more inclusive and representative of the city’s diversity.
We hear from Gemma Holdway, Nick Schelle, Lauren MacKinlay, Muna Deria, Kulbinder Saran Caldwell, Andrew Dryden Mortimer and Gharrett Paon.
University students passionate about creating innovative children’s content: apply for the Youth Media Alliance Andra Sheffer Scholarship
The scholarship includes attendance at the Kidscreen Summit in Miami and the Banff World Media Festival.
Applications are being accepted until June 21, 2019.
Apply for technical and financial support to complete your film by June 25, 2019.
Meet this year’s students and get to know a bit about them as they start their training.
James Fanizza, Andrew Dryden Mortimer, Gemma Holdway and Muna Deria tell us what they learned during the two-day conference.
Through the Pacific Screenwriting Program, they’ll attend TSC, receive professional development and connect with other industry professionals.
Adeline Bird, Charlene Moore and Trudy Stewart will participate in skills training and workshops during this spring’s Hot Docs festival.