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 people with a terrible secret that one friend would like to put behind them.
A man gets relationship advice from Romeo’s Juliette.
Two hitmen have trouble disposing of their target.
A father takes his crippled son for a day at the cottage.
In order to win over a girl, Roy tries to change into a vampire.
As Frank approaches 50 he’s forced to decide whether he’s ready to be a ‘Pop.’
After a monster fight with her parents over her texting habits, Kaylee runs away to her grandma’s house.
Two friends must overcome guilt and pain as they revisit the night of a tragedy together.
A woman inherits a profitable piece of farmland from a grandfather she never knew.
A woman has an unexpected response when a burglar breaks into her home.
Nine-year-old Noémy is about to leave the carefree world of childhood behind.
Alone in the forest, a young girl fights to survive.
Two strangers struggle for an honest connection.
A failing cleaning product salesman takes drastic action.
A nightclub bouncer performs an unexpected act of kindness.
A couple’s argument is broadcast to millions as a live sporting event on ‘Domestic Fight TV.’
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.