Join us in Remembrance. A docu-drama by Ron Harpelle and Kelly Saxberg about World War 1 and the contributions of the men and women at the Lakehead. Showing 6 vignettes Speakers Ron Harpelle, Marg Saxberg, and George Romick A Display
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2019 People’s Choice Award Winners View the winners of our 2019 People’s Choice Awards! Each year we choose the top 10 films selected by the people to receive this award. This year the winners are: Nipigon Brook Trout by Daniela
2019 Festival Schedule See the start times of all the scheduled events for the 15th annual Vox Popular Media Arts Festival! Enter through the double doors of Trinity Hall on 310 Park Avenue. Doors open for sessions approximately 15 minutes before
Back to Films Foustene Fortenbach Film: CajasScreening Time: Friday 7 pm (LGBTQ+)Genre: DramaLocation: California, USABio: Foustene Fortenbach is an up-and-coming film director currently enrolled at the University of Southern California for a MFA in Directing. During her undergrad career at Emerson College,
Back to Films Wasim Aliyar Film: The Last of the RomanticsScreening Time: Saturday 1:30 pm (Canadian)Genre: DramaLocation: Thunder BayBio: Wasim Salim is a Writer/Director who attended the Film Production program at Confederation College, Thunder Bay. His 2019 short film ‘The Last of
Back to Films Selma Nayebi Film: I Want To Be FreeScreening Time: Sunday 1 pm (Feel Good Docs)Genre: DocumentaryLocation: IranBio: She has a Master of Arts, department of art studies, Azad University of Yazd. Her thesis” Silence representation analysis in the Kieślowski’s cinema
Back to Films Luke Grandmont Film: ReminiscingScreening Time: Thursday 7 pm (Gala)Genre: PoetryLocation: Sault Ste. MarieBio: Luke Grandmont is a graduate of Confederation College’s Film Production program. His last film, The Maltese Guinea Pig has screened in festivals around the globe. Luke
Back to Films Reminiscing Screening Time: Thursday 7 pm (Gala)Director: Luke GrandmontCountry: CanadaGenre: PoetryYear: 2018Summary: An old duck hunter reminisces.