Author Archives: Liz Hover

Liz Hover

About Liz Hover

Brit gal in Canada.

The Wexford by Michael Barry + 1 more film in this week’s NSI Online Short Film Festival

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Plus Her Friend Adam by Ben Petrie.

The Streets by Kelly Conlin + 2 more films in this week’s NSI Online Short Film Festival

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Plus In the Weeds by Joy Webster and Claddagh by Brett Ferster.

Are You With Me? by Erica Genereux Smith + The Tour by Jenina MacGillivray in this week’s NSI Online Short Film Festival

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A woman in financial straits takes a job at a fly-by-night call centre and a broken-hearted tour bus guide tells her tales of love and loss to some world weary travellers.

Bartholomew by Elizabeth Becker + 4 more films in this week’s NSI Online Short Film Festival

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Plus The Oasis Affair by Heidi Lasi, Home Sewn by Morgan Jones, kiskisiwin | remembering by Martha Stiegman and Jesse Thistle, and Performance and Place – Modern by Nate Bower.

Static Alex by Alayna Silverberg + 3 more films in this week’s NSI Online Short Film Festival

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Plus Sleepwalker by Anna Cooley, Malignance by Matt Holland, and Companionship by Alex Loubert and Zach Ramelan.

The Portal by Jonathan Williams + 4 more films in this week’s NSI Online Short Film Festival

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Plus Under the Radar by Erin Cumming, Tears of Inge by Alisi Telengut, The Wake by Taylor Johnson and The Mary Contest by Teresa McGee.

Never Better by Lucie Guest + 3 more films in this week’s NSI Online Short Film Fest

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Plus Invisible City by Desiree Wallace, Lilith by Rogan Christopher and The Craftsman by Sina Sultani.

Globe and Mail call Ashley McKenzie’s Werewolf “one of the all-time-great Canadian first films”

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The first feature from NSI grads Ashley McKenzie and Nelson MacDonald.

Behind the scenes of In Plainview – a new thriller from Full Swing Productions

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Video from Calgary Economic Development including interviews with Matt Watterworth and Scott Westby.

Entanglement to open Brooklyn Film Fest, June 2

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The film plays again at the fest on June 7.

Nelson MacDonald’s short There Lived the Colliers to premiere at Edinburgh Film Fest 2017

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Nelson’s experimental documentary looks at the thousands of wooden duplexes built by coal companies in Nova Scotia between 1850 and 1920.

NSI’s Shelly Quade heads to PEI Screenwriters’ Bootcamp

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She’ll present a session about NSI and is also available for one-on-one meetings throughout the bootcamp.