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Metamorphosis

Nova Ami and Velcrow Ripper
2018 | 85 min

Selections and Awards

  • Official SelectionSanta Barbara International Film Festival - 2018

  • Official SelectionDOXA Documentary Film Festival 2018

  • Official SelectionDOCLANDS 2018

  • Official SelectionEdinburgh International Film Festival 2018

  • Official SelectionShanghai International Film Festival 2018

  • Official SelectionFIN Atlantic International Film Festival 2018

  • Official SelectionCrossroads Festival for Documentary Film and Discourse Graz/Austria 2018

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Grant Baldwin
Photo: Grant Baldwin

Directors: Nova Ami (left) and Velcrow Ripper (right).

Team


Nova Ami
Writer/Director/Producer


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Photo : Grant Baldwin




Velcrow Ripper
Writer/Director/Producer/Cinematographer


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Photo : Grant Baldwin




Lauren Grant
Producer (Clique Pictures)


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Photo : Leeor Wild




Bonnie Thompson
Producer


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David Christensen
Producer & Executive Producer


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John Bain
Executive Producer


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Credits

WRITTEN AND DIRECTED BY
NOVA AMI AND
VELCROW RIPPER

PRODUCERS
LAUREN GRANT
NOVA AMI
VELCROW RIPPER

PRODUCERS (NFB)
BONNIE THOMPSON
DAVID CHRISTENSEN

EXECUTIVE PRODUCERS
DAVID CHRISTENSEN
JOHN BAIN

CINEMATOGRAPHERS
VELCROW RIPPER
GRANT BALDWIN

COMPOSER
JAMES MARK STEWART

EDITOR
EUGENE WEIS

A CLIQUE PICTURES, TRANSPARENT FILM, NATIONAL FILM BOARD OF CANADA CO-PRODUCTION PRODUCED WITH THE PARTICIPATION OF THE CANADA MEDIA FUND AND ONTARIO MEDIA DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION IN ASSOCIATION WITH TVO AND KNOWLEDGE NETWORK WITH THE ASSISTANCE OF ROGERS TELEFUND, ONTARIO FILM AND TELEVISION TAX CREDIT AND CANADIAN FILM OR VIDEO PRODUCTION TAX CREDIT.



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