NSI ONLINE SHORT FILM FESTIVAL
A year-round Canadian short film festival run by the National Screen Institute – Canada (NSI). New films are featured every week.
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.
A short PSA on the perils of wearing shorts.
A janitor with an unusual habit gets caught at his own game by a mysterious woman.
A gang of petty criminals enlists the help of an irrational acquaintance to pull off a robbery.
A mysterious light arrives between a man and his neighbour’s door, leading to a one-way rivalry.
An elderly man finds a lost mitten and begins a paranoid search for its owner.
An explosion of alien colours and sound.
A waitress and a chef get ready to close their restaurant for the night.
A city is transformed when the lights go out on its residents for several days.
The night takes an unexpected turn for two high school friends.
A contract killer receives some unusual advice to help his insomnia.
After being released, a convicted child molester is confronted by his victim.
Emily meets Ian on her way home one night.
An elderly lady masks the harsh reality of living with an abusive son.