Ahead of the Indian Horse’s theatrical release, we spoke to director Stephen Campanelli about adapting the beloved novel to screen, and the role of narrative film in the ongoing work to address Canada’s dark history of treatment towards Indigenous people.
By Anna Steshenko Get totally in on Totally Indie Day, a day designed to provide real insights and hands-on advice from top experienced industry pros and rising new talent.
By Jason Margolis Today in the SEA TO SKY blog series is an interview with Boris Ivanov, director of On Putin’s Blacklist, an engaging and timely tour d’horizon of the oligarchic gangster-state that is Russia.
By Alex Migdal An interview with Melanie Wood, director of Shut Up and Say Something as part of the SEA TO SKY blog series.
By Holly McKenzie-Sutter Today in the SEA TO SKY blog series is an interview with Jason James, director of Entanglement.
By Adam Cook Future//Present is back this year with another eight films from across the country. With precise vision and unique perspectives, these films announce not just a new generation of Canadian filmmakers but also a new approach to filmmaking itself.