Entries by Caitlin Keely

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An Interview With Kathleen Gilbert Vancouver Island South Film and Media Commissioner

“Connection is at the core of the trust we build.”-Kathleen Gilbert Working in the film industry isn’t a typical nine-to-five desk job; for Kathleen Gilbert, it’s a pursuit of passion. “I was going down a different path when I found film,” reflects Kathleen. She was studying communications and women’s studies, and working with the Anglican […]

BC Filmmakers at the 2019 Vancouver Island Short Film Festival

This festival draws people to the rapidly evolving, motion picture industry home, the island has become. More specifically, bringing people to the town of Nanaimo, where the VISFF is held every year. This year, the festival will be taking place February 1-2, at Malaspina Theatre. We would like to draw your attention to some of […]

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Profile on LaSalle College Vancouver

We had the opportunity to interview LaSalle College Vancouver, learning more about how they originated and how they currently contribute to British Columbia’s creative industries. What kind of work do you do in the creative industries? LaSalle College Vancouver (LCV) is a boutique creative career school offering an array of exciting applied arts programs in […]

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Crazy 8s Announces top 12 Applicants

Check out the Crazy 8s finalists: 3RD TUESDAY Directed by: Stephanie Rossel Written by: Stephanie Rossel Producer: Shona Miko-Musgrave A senior recounts her forbidden love story to a decluttering expert who assumes a chipped angel is junk but one person’s junk is another person’s chance at romance. A DINNER, WITH ROBOTS Directed by: Jeremy Brown […]

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Profile of Loretta Todd: Director of Monkey Beach

Tell us about your project. Monkey Beach is a feature film based on the iconic novel written by Eden Robinson. The book is in its 25th printing and is required reading in the Grade 12 curriculum in BC – and has been published in over 7 countries – including the US, Germany, France and the […]

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An Interview With Melanie Wood for Stranger Productions

  Melanie was not allowed to watch television as a child. Ironically, she now creates documentaries for a living. “I started to think about stories and issues in a way that would intrigue people. My first documentary, “A Stranger in Our Home”, was about kids who fell prey to predators on the Internet, way before […]