Submit your film in 18 entry categories and be eligible to win a Golden Sheaf award.
Screenings include films made through NSI Aboriginal Documentary and NSI New Voices.
Tasha will be doing a film case study while Trevor is presenting a retrospective of short docs.
If you’re at imagineNATIVE this week, check out some great work from our alumni and and say hi to NSI staff.
The lineup includes two NSI Aboriginal Documentary films and an NSI Features First film.
21 NSI grads with films screening at this year’s fest.
Submissions will be accepted until May 31, 2016.
They’re accepting shorts and features in all genres until April 1, 2016.
Check out the five films from eight grads playing at Whistler next month.
Films include three short documentaries developed through NSI Aboriginal Documentary.
NSI was invited to present an info session at the festival and Chris got to play tourist.
Includes NSI Aboriginal Documentary short Mia’ from Amanda Strong and Bracken Hanuse Corlett.