Just As I Remember, Kwak Ji-Min and Ashley McKenzie take home prizes in NSI Online Short Film Fest

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Andrew Moir, Ashley McKenzie and Kwak Ji-Min win prizes for their work.

Danis Goulet talks to Toronto Film Scene about Indigenous shorts

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Danis talked about growth and opportunities for Indigenous short filmmakers.

Female genre filmmakers: From Our Dark Side online info session, Dec. 17

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Sharon McGowan, Katja De Bock and Carleen Kyle will answer questions during the online session.

New project from Christopher Sweeney and Jaime Escallon Buraglia receives funding

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Women Are From Mars received Cogeco development funding.

Greg and Colette Jeffs win Kidscreen pitch consultation for Hidden Star

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Greg and Colette won pitch preparation for their NSI Features First project Hidden Star.

NSI Online Short Film Fest: a short holiday break

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While we’re away, please enjoy some of the finest films to have graced our screens this year: our festival award winners.

Happy holidays from NSI

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Holiday greetings and best wishes for 2016 from everyone at the National Screen Institute.

Short films wanted: handcrafting, animation, music, women’s issues, LGBTQ & dance

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Sheri Candler – film marketing guru and friend of NSI – is working on a new initiative at Link TV and is seeking short films.

NSI Features First 2016 students announced

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NSI Features First kicks off in January with a training bootcamp in Toronto.

New in this week’s NSI Online Short Film Fest: Consolation Prize + Driftwood

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Films from Todd Kipp and Chris Barnard.

How to Plan an Orgy in a Small Town gets Canadian distribution

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The latest feature from Jeremy Lalonde and Jordan Walker.

Karen Lam and The Dark Stranger win at Blood in the Snow fest

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Congrats to Karen Lam, Chris Trebilock, Glen Wood and Paula Devonshire.