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NSI INDIGIDOCS CALL FOR APPLICATIONS
SUBMIT YOUR FILM TO OUR ONLINE FEST
August 3, 2017
The regular cost of the workshop is $600 US. NSI alumni are offered registration for $600 CA plus HST.
March 23, 2017
Shelly will offer info and answer questions about NSI’s training courses.
TELUS Optik™ Local and NSI bring free screen training workshop to Kelowna and Prince George, April 9-10
April 4, 2016
These development workshops are free of charge. Register by April 7.
March 29, 2016
These development workshops are free of charge. Register by March 31.
March 4, 2016
This development workshop is free of charge. Register by March 16.
CMPA leads producers into the future of digital sales with the Prime Time Anytime digital sales initiative
September 2, 2014
Wendy Bernfeld to present workshops in Vancouver and Toronto/online exploring new business models.
October 13, 2010
A must-attend event for filmmakers: Canada’s National Screen Institute and Film Training Manitoba present “The Best Short Film Workshop EVER.” Roberta Munroe – former Sundance programmer and author of short film bible How Not to Make a Short Film –
September 1, 2010
October 13 update: Get full details of Roberta’s workshop here Roberta Munroe, former Sundance short film programmer and author of the excellent book How Not to Make a Short Film, is coming to Winnipeg to present a workshop in November.
April 28, 2010
Los Angeles-based screenwriting instructor Pilar Alessandra is bringing her SCENE WORK writing class to Winnipeg, May 29 and 30. The National Screen Institute – Canada and Film Training Manitoba are pleased to present this special training event. Saturday May 29 Saturday’s session runs from 10 a.m.
March 31, 2010
Film Training Manitoba (FTM) and the National Screen Institute – Canada (NSI) present the 2010 Script Analysis Program with Marlene Rodgers. Manitoba screenwriters can apply to be one of three feature film projects to benefit from working with experienced story editor Marlene (an
March 12, 2010
In January, I delivered three lunchtime workshops – open to the public – on the topic of social media. We’ve put together a highlights reel showing the best bits from the sessions. Since the workshops took place in Winnipeg we