Seeker Wing by Iris Moore + 2 more films in this week’s NSI Online Short Film Festival

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Films from Iris Moore, Malileh Noghrehkar and Lee Patola.

Craig David Wallace-directed series Slasher streams on Netflix

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Slasher follows a young woman who returns to her hometown where she discovers a murderer is on the loose.

NSI Totally Television phase two teams announced

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Congrats to (pictured, from left) Geordie Sabbagh, Ashleigh Rains, Oliver Brackenbury and John-Paul Nynkowski.

NSI named finalist in 2017 Spirit of Winnipeg Awards

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We’re up for a Spirit of Winnipeg award in the not-for-profit and social enterprise category.

Jordan Canning’s Suck It Up makes IndieWire’s Slamdance must-see list

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Suck It Up is a female buddy film about loss, grief and the tenacity of friendship.

NSI grads nominated for 2017 Canadian Screen Awards

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Congrats to all of the grads nominated for this year’s awards.

Production complete on NSI Features First-developed film Venus

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Venus is a film from Eisha Marjara and Joe Balass.

Sundance and Slamdance-bound NSI grads featured in The Toronto Star

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Michelle Latimer (pictured) and Catherine Bainbridge talked to the Toronto Star about their work.

Dead Hearts by Stephen W. Martin + 2 more films in this week’s NSI Online Short Film Festival

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Films from Stephen W. Martin, Andrew de Villiers and Satinder Kassoana.

Mark Montefiore’s new series Bad Blood lines up all-star cast

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The cast includes Paul Sorvino (pictured left) and Anthony LaPaglia (right) as mob boss Vito Rizzuto.

Randall Okita to receive inaugural John Dunning Discovery Award

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Randall is recognized for his work on debut feature The Lockpicker.

David Ray’s Grand Unified Theory screens at Reel Canadian Film Fest, SF Indiefest

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The film plays in Fernie, BC on January 20 and in San Francisco on February 4 and 6.

Danishka Esterhazy to participate in panel, receive award at Sundance 2017

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The panel, moderated by Kevin Smith, covers self-publishing and distro on Amazon Video Direct.

Vancouver Film Critics Circle awards for Werewolf, Hello Destroyer

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Werewolf (pictured) received best first film from a Canadian director and Hello Destroyer won best Canadian film, best BC film.