Canadian filmmakers, producers and distributors are encouraged to submit their projects. Super early bird deadline is Friday, November 12.
Virtual film screenings, workshops and panels including NSI staff members Kaya Wheeler and Ursula Lawson plus many alumni. The festival runs from May 27 to 30.
Early bird pricing is $75 until December 18, with regular submission at $95 until January 31.
Includes Ahkâmêyimo Nitânis (Keep Going, My Daughter) (pictured) developed through NSI IndigiDocs by director Candy Fox and producer Chris Ross.
The program connects emerging filmmakers with mentors to help guide their careers into the national film and television arena.
Congratulations to Alexandra Lazarowich, Kathleen Jayme, Michael Grand and Lisa Jackson.
Includes nominations for Alexandra Lazarowich’s short Fast Horse (pictured).
NSI IndigiDocs short Cedar Tree of Life (pictured) is up for the fest’s Indigenous Award.
NSI’s director of finance David Pollock tells us about his first visit to the Yorkton Film Festival.
NSI staff and grads bring home Golden Sheaf Awards.
Congratulations to all the NSI alumni who received nominations for Golden Sheaf Awards at the 2013 Yorkton Film Festival.
NSI’s CEO John Gill and Director of Programming Melissa Kajpust head west to the Yorkton Film Festival which runs from May 24 to 27.