Posts Tagged: Documentary Filmmaking

Bountiful Films in The Globe and Mail

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The Globe and Mail‘s television columnist, John Doyle, stopped by last week for a chat about our work – and the state of Canadian documentary filmmaking. “We totally get the need for broadcasters to reach an audience, but as documentary strands disappear – and the more eccentric strands have disappeared entirely – there’s a narrowing

Casting Hilary’s Alters

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When the Devil Knocks, our film about DID, is built around 40 hours of videotapes recorded during our main character’s psychotherapy sessions. As filmmakers, that access into a character’s absolutely most intimate secrets was the absolute gold that we knew we had to mine. The challenge was to create a device that could take the