2017 NSI Features First students announced

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

NSI Aboriginal Documentary films premiere October 10 on APTN

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The Spirit of Birth, Released, The League and Mia’ premiere on October 10.

Bosco’s Guitar, Johntae Lipscomb, Molly McGlynn win cash prizes in NSI Online Short Film Festival

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Bosco’s Guitar nabs best film and best actor, while Molly McGlynn scores best female director for Given Your History.

Submit your short film; over $4K in prizes up for grabs in the NSI Online Short Film Festival

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Submit your film by Friday, December 2, 2016 through FilmFreeway. We accept films released after January 2011.

NSI Features First film The Sun at Midnight celebrates world premiere in Fort McPherson, NWT

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This feature from Kirsten Carthew premieres on September 25 at Gwich’in Tribal Council in Fort McPherson.

Director/producer teams: apply for NSI Aboriginal Documentary and get training, mentorship and up to $16K towards your short doc

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Applications must be received by 4:30 p.m. CT on Wednesday, November 2, 2016.

NSI Aboriginal Documentary short Cree Code Talker celebrates world premiere at Calgary Film Fest

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The film depicts the true story of how the Cree language was used by code talkers to transmit crucial military communications for the US Air Force during WWII.

Call for short films; over $4K in prizes up for grabs in the NSI Online Short Film Fest

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Films are now being accepted exclusively through FilmFreeway until Friday, September 9.

Congratulations to the 2016 NSI New Voices grads

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Congrats to Shannon Bear, Phoenix Campbell, Janelle Gossfeld, Cody Halcrow, Zachary Harper, Justin Kehler, Olly King, Jordan Wagner and Darcy Waite.

NSI Totally Television 2016 teams announced

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Congratulations to Geordie Sabbagh, Ashleigh Rains, Oliver Brackenbury, John-Paul Nynkowski, Randy Sumeraj and John Griffith.

Writer/producer teams working on first or second feature: apply now for NSI Features First

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Teams meet with top-level experts and get $7,500 towards final development and packaging.

Creative Saskatchewan supports NSI Aboriginal Documentary and NSI Features First

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Creative Saskatchwan supports the training of Regina-based NSI students Trudy Stewart, Janine Windolph and Hugh Patterson.