Nikita Day, Petie Chalifoux accepted to WIFT Vancouver feature development program

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A new feature film writing development program for Indigenous women.

Indian Horse from producers Paula Devonshire, Trish Dolman wins at VIFF

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Indian Horse took home the Super Channel People’s Choice Award.

Interactive Ontario launches A Diversity & Inclusion Toolkit for the Interactive Digital Media Industry

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The report aims to help digital media companies create stronger content and tell a wider range of stories.

Grocery Store Action Movie by Matthew Campbell + 2 more films in this week’s NSI Online Short Film Festival

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Plus A Bone to Pick With You by Jonathan Audette and Interview by Ryan Kayet.

Production begins on new Katherine Collins feature Riot Girls

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In Riot Girls, two gangs are pitted against each other in a brutal war for territory, resources and survival.

NSI grads win at Edmonton film fest

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Includes NSI Features First-developed Public Schooled which took home the award for best comedy feature.

Christina Fon represents Rezolution Films and Mohawk Girls at MIPCOM

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Christina and actor Brittany LeBorgne yesterday took part in a showcase entitled Indigenous Content that Speaks to the World.

Free screening of FUBAR: The Age of the Computer, Toronto, October 25

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Director Michael Dowse and the film’s stars will be in attendance for a Q&A after the screening.

NSI Features First-developed The Sun At Midnight wins at Carrousel International Film Festival

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Won for best feature film, adolescent section at the fest.

Register for elements of production workshop with Liz Jarvis

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Hosted by On Screen Manitoba on October 21, 24 and 25.

TELUS STORYHIVE announces 30 new web series finalists

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The 30 winners receive funding and mentorship to produce their series pilot.

STORYHIVE web series How to Learn Anything premieres

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Host Stephen Robinson learns two unrelated skills from scratch and combines them to do something ridiculous.