NSI ONLINE SHORT FILM FESTIVAL
A year-round Canadian short film festival run by the National Screen Institute – Canada (NSI). New films featured every week.
We’re accepting films until April 3. Your chance to win up to $4K.
A director awakens the ghost of a tormented soul seeking retribution.
Two young boys search for the past and struggle to survive in a world gone to hell.
A missing truck leads to a morbid discovery.
An aging couple hire a young actor to temporarily take the place of their deceased daughter.
It’s the biblical Armageddon. Cain goes to heaven. His brother doesn’t.
A young girl’s quest to understand sex.
Two co-workers long for human connection in an ultra-germaphobic society
A regular job interview turns into a reminder of a dark past.
A small town is waiting for a road.
A dog decides he must risk everything to get out of the sprawling city.
A woman navigates an unconventional path towards love.
A troubled young woman stalks the streets of Brooklyn.
A family watches in horror as Dad suffers a digital stroke at the dinner table.
A short film about falling out of love.
A look at the world of competitive video gaming.
Jack and Sara are armed for their first date.
A young girl prepares for her birthday party.
Sandra is a young woman ready for anything.
A stop-motion animation about fighting for what you believe in.
A conversation around monsters leads to the creation of an imaginary friend.
A poetic approach to the fragility of the disappearing honey bees.
A teenage introvert uses a simulation program to live out a promise.
A portrait of environmental artist Sharon Kallis.
Two men become six ballerinas and several horses in a bestial, impromptu corps de ballet.
A glimpse into the fragmented life and mind of Jesse Kaellis as he takes us through his autobiography.
A northern small town family embarks on a manhunt to avenge the death of one of their own.
The beauty of Bella Coola blends with watercolour animation to illuminate the role of the Nuxalk oral tradition.