Find out where Todd & The Book of Pure Evil: The End of The End is screening near you

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The new animated feature picks up where the TV series (developed through NSI Totally Television) left off.

Current NSI Totally Television students talk about boot camp training

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Students learned from industry experts including Karen Walton, Alison Lea Bingeman and James Hurst.

Joy Loewen, NSI Totally Television program manager, on this year’s boot camp training

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Joy describes the new teams as creative, hardworking and serious about getting their TV concepts made.

NSI Totally Television 2017 boot camp kicks off in Toronto

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This week’s boot camp includes sessions from story editors Karen Walton, Alison Lea Bingeman and James Hurst.

World trailer premiere for animated feature Todd & The Book of Pure Evil: The End of The End

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The upcoming animated feature picks up where the TV series (developed through NSI Totally Television) left off.

2017 NSI Totally Television teams announced

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Congratulations to Alexandra Caulfield, Gemma Holdway, Kelly Milner, Kirsten Madsen, Rob Ramsay and Jon Mann.

Seven projects shortlisted for NSI Totally Television 2017

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Up to four teams will be chosen for the course and announced in late July.

Producer/writer teams: apply for NSI Totally Television by May 12, 2017

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Successful applicants develop their television projects with the best showrunners and story editors in the country.

NSI Totally Television phase two teams on their second boot camp

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John-Paul Nynkowski and Oliver Brackenbury of Heirloom and Ashleigh Rains and Geordie Sabbagh of A Detective Lives Here share their thoughts.

CraveTV picks up NSI Totally Television-developed What Would Sal Do?

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A TV series from producer Mark Montefiore and writer Andrew DeAngelis.

NSI Totally Television phase two teams announced

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Congrats to (pictured, from left) Geordie Sabbagh, Ashleigh Rains, Oliver Brackenbury and John-Paul Nynkowski.

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.