Darryl Nepinak 


Born'n raised in Winnipeg Manitoba. From Skownan First Nation. First got Introduced to filmmaking from the Aboriginal Broadcasting Training Initiative 2005. when I made my First short  Last of the Nepinaks., In 2007 Production Training Coordinator for the Winnipeg Film Group. Treasurer of Urban Shaman Gallery 06-08, an Aboriginal arts centre. His recent short film, Zwei Indianer Aus Winnipeg, commissioned by the imagineNATIVE Film and Media Arts Festival, was selected for the 2009 Berlin International Film Festival. In 2006 Nepinak curated INDIANPEG: Shorts from Winnipeg Aboriginal Filmmakers for the Gimli Film Festival in Manitoba. In 2005 he was selected to take part in the National Film Board of Canada's First Stories, a competitive documentary production program for First Nations filmmakers. Nepinak lived in Gisborne, New Zealand for 10 months in 2004, where he directed a documentary about the 30-year history of Te Ora Hou Aotearoa, a Maori youth organization, and mentored Maori teens in video production. Darryl received training in video production with the Aboriginal Youth Pilot Project of Canada's National Screen Institute and the Aboriginal Broadcasting Training Initiative of the Manitoba Indian Cultural Education Centre. Currenlty this Marvelous basterd is Writing a A pilot the Band Office for Aptn and is Directing 10 short films with the National Film Board.


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