Corus Diverse TV Director students shadow on Kim’s Convenience, Vikings

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Gloria Ui Young Kim, Tricia Lee, Tarique Qayumi, Amy Jo Johnson and Tanya Lemke shadow TV series directors as part of their training.

90 Days by Timothy Yeung + 1 more film in this week’s NSI Online Short Film Festival

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Films from Timothy Yeung and Glenn Diehl.

Frances Koncan’s zahgidiwin/love featured at Native Earth’s festival of Indigenous work

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Toronto’s Native Earth Performing Arts is Canada’s oldest professional Indigenous theatre company.

NSI grads win awards at 2016 Atlantic Film Festival

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Werewolf (pictured) from Ashley McKenzie won awards for direction and acting.

Six days left to support Indiegogo campaign for Moccasin Stories from Andrew George, Charlene Moore

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In Moccasin Stories, Andrew and Charlene investigate why moccasins continue to be so significant to Aboriginal culture.

New TVOKids series from Ben Mazzotta and Maria Kennedy’s Little Engine Moving Pictures

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Canada Crew will teach tots about the people, places and spaces across Canada.

NSI grads at imagineNATIVE 2016

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The lineup includes two NSI Aboriginal Documentary films and an NSI Features First film.

NSI Features First film The Sun at Midnight celebrates world premiere in Fort McPherson, NWT

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This feature from Kirsten Carthew premieres on September 25 at Gwich’in Tribal Council in Fort McPherson.

Shorts from Danis Goulet, Lisa Jackson screen as part of Hamilton Artists outdoor film series

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The Visit from Lisa Jackson and Wapawekka (pictured) from Danis Goulet screen on September 30 in Hamilton.

NSI New Voices grads featured on the Ever Sick podcast

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NSI New Voices grads Erica Daniels and Jaydon Flett are featured on the Ever Sick podcast.

On Wednesdays We Dance by Gayle Ye + 1 more film in this week’s NSI Online Short Film Fest

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Films from Gayle Ye and Vincent Kuan Lin.

Vote for your favourite STORYHIVE Digital Shorts until September 23

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The 30 winning projects will receive funding and training to produce their short film.

Orlando Braun’s Graffiti Stories celebrates DVD release party in Winnipeg

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The DVD release party happens September 24 at the Graffiti Gallery in Winnipeg.

Director/producer teams: apply for NSI Aboriginal Documentary and get training, mentorship and up to $16K towards your short doc

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Applications must be received by 4:30 p.m. CT on Wednesday, November 2, 2016.