Sonya Ballantyne’s short Crash Site screens free at Cinematheque, Dec 10

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Part of the Decolonizing Lens supported by the National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation.

Werewolf, Hello Destroyer and Mariner make TIFF Top Ten fest

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The fest is an annual event aimed at celebrating and promoting homegrown filmmaking talent.

Production underway on NSI Features First film Public Schooled

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The cast of this upcoming feature from Kyle Rideout and Josh Epstein includes Judy Greer and Russell Peters.

Farpoint Films’ Menorca premieres today in the US

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The film follows a hedonistic soccer mom who seeks to reconnect with her estranged son.

Jordan Canning’s Suck It Up premieres at Slamdance 2017

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A female buddy film about loss, grief and the tenacity of friendship.

Michelle Latimer’s new series Rise to premiere at Sundance

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Rise is a condemnation of colonialism and a celebration of Indigenous people worldwide.

NSI grads’ short docs to air on CBC for Canada 150

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Films from Amanda Strong, Bracken Hanuse Corlett, Zoe Hopkins, Frederic Kroetsch and Roxann Whitebean.

RUMBLE: The Indians Who Rocked the World from Catherine Bainbridge, Christina Fon premieres at Sundance

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The film features music icons talking about some of their biggest Native influences.

Attend free pre-screening of NSI Totally Television-developed What Would Sal Do?

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Wednesday, December 7 at the Art Gallery of Ontario in Toronto.

NSI grads win at Whistler Film Fest

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Chloé Leriche, Christine Falco and The Sun at Midnight lead Kawennáhere Devery Jacobs took home prizes.

Danishka Esterhazy’s new short The Singing Bones premieres at Culver City Film Fest

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The Singing Bones is adapted from a short story by Francesca Lia Block.

Deepa Mehta to exec produce NSI Features First project Little Kings

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Little Kings is a feature from Dusty Mancinelli and Harry Cherniak.