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Five Feminist Minutes

2019


Camera Test

Camera Test - Clip


Lake

Lake - Clip


Question Period

Question Period - Clip

Selections and Awards

  • Official SelectionSt. John's International Women's Film Festival, St. John's, Newfoundland & Labrador (2019)


Radical

Radical - Clip

Team


Joyce Wong
Director (Camera Test)
Biography
Photo


Joyce Wong

Joyce Wong, an award-winning director and one of CBC’s “17 for ’17 great Canadian filmmakers of the future,” presented her 2016 debut feature Wexford Plaza at Slamdance and Torino, and premiered The Power of Love at Hot Docs in 2011.


Alexandra Lazarowich 
Director (Lake)
Biography
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Alexandra Lazarowich 

A Cree filmmaker who’s passionate about telling Indigenous stories, Alexandra Lazarowich has premiered her work at festivals around the world. Her 2018 documentary Fast Horse won the Short Film Special Jury Award for Directing at Sundance. 


Ann Marie Fleming 
Director (Question Period)
Biography
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Ann Marie Fleming 

Artist/filmmaker Ann Marie Fleming mines themes of identity and memory in beautifully crafted work like Window Horses, an animated feature starring Sandra Oh, and You Take Care Now, hailed by TIFF as one of the best shorts in Canadian film history. 


Deanne Foley
Director (Radical)
Biography
Photo
Photo : Cassandra Frechette


Deanne Foley

Newfoundland-based filmmaker Deanne Foley has directed engaging women-centred features like Beat Down, Relative Happiness, Hopeless Romantic and An Audience of Chairs, winner of multiple awards at the 2018 Atlantic Film Festival. Her TV credits include episodes of Republic of Doyle. 

Camera Test Images

Lake Images

Lindsay McIntyre
Photo : © Lindsay McIntyre
Maureen Caudron-Bell pulling ice fishing net under Lesser Slave Lake. Shot on Super 16mm.
Lindsay McIntyre
Photo : © Lindsay McIntyre
Jamie Linington searching for ice fishing jigger sound, on Lesser Slave Lake. Shot on Super 16mm.
Lindsay McIntyre
Photo : © Lindsay McIntyre
Ice Fishing crates beside ice fishing hole on Lesser Slave Lake two trucks in frame. Shot on Super 16mm.
Lindsay McIntyre
Photo : © Lindsay McIntyre
Ice rift on Lesser Slave Lake. Shot on Super 16mm.

Question Period Images

Lindsay George
Photo : © Lindsay George
Lindsay George
Photo : © Lindsay George

Radical Images

©David Howells 2019
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©David Howells 2019
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Press Relations

  • About the NFB

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