Submit your film by Friday, March 24, 2017 through FilmFreeway. We accept films released after January 2012.
Gloria Ui Young Kim, Tricia Lee, Tarique Qayumi, Amy Jo Johnson and Tanya Lemke shadow TV series directors as part of their training.
Confirmed speakers for this week’s boot camp include Jeannette Loakman, Slavica Ceperkovic, Paul Courchaine, Ian Dimerman and Rob Rowan.
The festival accepts films released after January 1, 2011. Submit your short film by March 18, 2016.
Dorsal, Hannah Yohannes, Tyler Parr and Chili & Cheese win latest cash prizes in NSI Online Short Film Fest
Aidan Shipley, Hannah Yohannes, Tyler Parr and Joe Pingue win prizes for their work.
Submit your short film by December 11, 2015.
The National Screen Institute is now accepting applications for its NSI Drama Prize course. Applications must be received by Tuesday, November 27, 2012.
The National Screen Institute is now accepting applications for its new NSI Aboriginal Documentary course. Applications must be received by Friday, November 2, 2012.
The National Screen Institute – Canada announces Aboriginal Peoples Television Network (ATPN) as a Program Partner for its new NSI Aboriginal Documentary training course.
Not Over Easy directed by Jordan Canning from Toronto, ON scooped all three jury awards in the NSI Online Short Film Festival run by the National Screen Institute – Canada (NSI).
Manitoba Lotteries is announced as the founding NSI Aboriginal Training Programs Partner.