Babe, I Hate to Go by Andrew Moir + 1 more film in this week’s NSI Online Short Film Festival

Two films in this week’s NSI Online Short Film Festival from directors Andrew Moir and John Graham.

Babe, I Hate to Go

Watch Babe, I Hate to Go in the NSI Online Short Film Festival

Babe, I Hate To Go | Documentary, 18:28, English, ON, 2017 | Director: Andrew Moir

An intimate observational documentary about a Jamaican migrant worker struggling with a cancer diagnosis, Babe, I Hate To Go shows us the world of the migrant worker, an invisible population that number in the millions across Canada and the United States.

Tone

Watch Tone in the NSI Online Short Film Festival

Tone | Experimental, 2:00, No dialogue, SK, 2017 | Director: John Graham

A hypnotic dance of transformation in a metaphorical forest.

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Call for films / submit by December 13

We’re accepting films through FilmFreeway until Wednesday, December 13, 2017.

If your film is programmed, you have a chance of winning over $3K in cash awards. We accept films released after January 1, 2012.

All NSI Online Short Film Festival winners receive a complimentary Friend membership for the Academy of Canadian Cinema & Television and non-acting award winners are qualified to be nominated for a Canadian Screen Award (if award criteria are met).

See the most recent winners.

Your film must be less than 30 mins long. Drama, comedy, animation, documentary, sci-fi, horror, music video and experimental are all eligible and must be made by a Canadian writer, director or producer.

Submit your film

The NSI Online Short Film Festival is made possible through the support of Festival Partner Telefilm Canada; Supporting Sponsors Entertainment One, Super Channel, Corus Entertainment, Blue Ant Media, The Brian Linehan Charitable Foundation and Breakthrough Entertainment; Award Sponsors A&E Television Networks, The Brian Linehan Charitable Foundation and Blue Ant Media; and Industry Partner the Academy of Canadian Cinema and Television.

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