NSI ONLINE SHORT FILM FESTIVAL
A year-round Canadian short film festival run by the National Screen Institute – Canada (NSI). We program new films every week.
Two strangers struggle for an honest connection.
A man with the worst luck in the world somehow survives every misfortune.
A young cat burglar breaks into a rich man’s home for the heist of her life.
An aspiring photojournalist is forced to choose between journalistic integrity and celebrity entertainment.
Two buddies geek out over a shared passion for dirt bikes.
A determined mother is driven to a mental breakdown, forcing her daughter to confront family problems head-on.
A bookstore. A love triangle. A drama.
In the bathtub during a party, a drunken young woman finally deals with her break-up.
A woman and a man are drawn together in a series of disarticulated movements.
He speaks Catalan, she speaks Japanese. He’s unemployed. She’s a flight attendant.
What happens when you follow your heart isn’t always what you expect.
A woman has the chance to change the patterns of a world made up of restrictive social norms.
The relationship between a young man and a teen becomes increasingly unhealthy.
A tortured young man relives his last heroic moments to discover a painful secret.
A man struggles to convince a family of his innocence in their daughter’s death.
A romantic date leaves an elated woman pregnant.
A tale of family, death and a tragic accident involving a coffin.
A playful riff on the value of human connection.
A re-imagining of a couple’s relationship set in feudal China.
A woman becomes obsessed with her designer purse.
An undercover look at India’s brothels.
A married man encounters a temptation that may cost him more than his marriage.
An unlikely friendship develops between two people at transitional periods in their lives.
Three people with stories of struggle hope to break out of Manitoba’s welfare system.