NSI is pleased to present our 2014-15 annual report.
It was a big year for us, as reflected by the successes of our alumni:
- 19 projects by 18 alumni nominated for 2015 Canadian Screen Awards
- 2 NSI-developed films at TIFF 2014
- 13 films by 18 NSI alumni at TIFF 2014
- 10 films by 14 NSI alumni at the 2014 imagineNATIVE Film + Media Arts Festival
The highlights are continuing into our current fiscal year:
- NSI Aboriginal Documentary short Mia’ from Amanda Strong and Bracken Hanuse Corlett is having its world premiere at TIFF 2015
- Fire Song by Adam Garnet Jones and Laura Milliken is also celebrating its world premiere at TIFF. NSI nominated Fire Song for the Telefilm Canada Micro-Budget Production Program in 2014.
- What Would Sal Do? developed through NSI Totally Television by Andrew DeAngelis and Mark Montefiore is currently in production for Super Channel
- The Sun at Midnight developed through NSI Features First by writer/director Kirsten Carthew is currently in production
As ever, our inspiration comes from the wonderful students and grads, partners and sponsors, board, staff and associate faculty who support us.
We look forward to achieving more great things with your help.