NSI ONLINE SHORT FILM FESTIVAL
A year-round Canadian short film fest run by the National Screen Institute – Canada (NSI).
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A woman decides to go beyond her religious beliefs to try something new to bring back her golden past.
A woman must contend with family troubles when the arrival of an injured crow forces her to make an uncomfortable decision.
A young mortician learns that not even death can stand in the way of true love.
The story of a man who cannot be remembered.
A young girl crosses paths with a deranged apocalypse survivor who asks her to choose between her sick sister’s life or her own.
A boy obsessed with comics believes nothing is impossible, even the control of gravity.
Two lifelong friends struggle with the awkwardness of saying goodbye.
A young girl growing up in a depressed Canadian town creates a fairy tale alter ego to escape from her loneliness.
The breaking of an old memento reminds an elderly opera diva of the talented woman she once was.
While attending an Indian wedding, a young guest hopes to stay away from the wedding crowd to avoid the people and politics.
A dark tale about a little girl and her cell phone addicted mother.
James, a pitiful office worker, must sacrifice himself to get the attention of the girl he desires.
A dissatisfied shooter boy in a men’s burlesque club gets thrown back in time to relive a day from his childhood.
Tormented by bullies and her mother’s ramblings, the fridge offers unexpected comfort to Marjorie.
The loyal son of a backwoods cannibal family struggles in terror against the creepy hospitality of a superficial yuppie couple.
What if Romeo and Juliet didn’t kill themselves, but moved in together instead?
Three Vancouver warehouse workers find themselves wrestling with the complexities of family life.
Wind burial, influenced by Shamanism, is an old Mongolian tradition.
An examination of experiences of racism and sexism through the eyes of three trans-men of colour.
A troubled young woman realizes she is trapped in a conventional life.
A horror morality tale about a custodian of an electric chair.
According to Professor Barry Truax, Vancouver’s ambient noise should be considered psychologically and artistically impacting.
Sequestered in a futuristic cell, a woman races against time vying for every morsel of food.
An elderly woman suspects her husband is cheating on her.
A young man tries to go about his day but constantly finds himself transported to a strange, otherworldly forest.
A young man from Toronto entangles himself in a police shooting.
After months trying to get his wife pregnant, Bill finds that doing his business is suddenly everybody’s business.