Canadian Film in 2018
As we close 2018, and rally in 2019, here is a short recap of some Canadian Films that garnered some at various festival nods in 2018!
After Horizons was an evening of short films presented by SAW Video in partnership with Cinema Politica featuring works by Pixie Cram, Matthieu Hallé and Andrés Salas. Zoë Mallett moderated a discussion following the screening at Knot project space on November 30, 2018.
Independent filmmakers thrive on feedback, opportunities to network, learn and collaborate. Seeing an audience reacting to your film and watching a film with its creative team makes a festival screening different from any other. Thanks to the filmmakers who attended last night, Nathan, Maissa, Kirk, Alexander and a special thanks to Tavit, Bryce and members of your teams who came in from out of town.
The True North Project, commissioned by the Calgary Philharmonic Orchestra, is a celebration of Canada’s multi-ethnic society and its ongoing process of reconciliation with the indigenous community. In this celebration of diversity, artists from vastly different backgrounds are brought together to create a collaborative work for orchestra.