Going to the movies with director Christina Choe: morally duplicitous female protagonists, taking NANCY to Sundance, and directing the next JAMES BOND.
The continued role of amateur filmmakers as alternative storytellers, and the creation of the Amateur Movie Database (AMDB) at the University of Calgary.
An investigation of what could have been—but wasn't—a culturally significant filmic re-telling of the RCMP's fearful and pointed brutality to Kitchi-manito-waya (Almighty Voice) from 1895-1897.
Gillian McKercher reflects on her directorial experience, and the next steps in anticipation of the release of her first feature, CIRCLE OF STEEL, in this final installation of LUMA's three-part series.
Declan Hoy's archive of discarded film photographs found in thrift stores and piles of garbage in Alberta, Saskatchewan, and Ontario, with a response by Justyna Sawicz.
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