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Love: The Last Chapter

Dominique Keller
2021 | 78 min

Long synopsis


Interview with Dominique Keller


Excerpt 1: The wedding

Excerpt 2: Higher care

Excerpt 3: 44 Years together


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Ruby and Victor
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Doreen and George
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Jim and Dianne
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Dominique Keller
Writer, Director, Producer and Executive Producer (Keller Media)
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Dominique Keller

Dominique Keller is a documentary director based in Calgary, Alberta. Dominique’s projects include several documentaries and documentary series created for CBC, PBS, City TV and APTN. Her films have screened at select festivals and international events including the Tokyo International Film Festival, the Atlantic Film Festival, the Shanghai World Expo, CFC Worldwide Short Film Festival, and the Imperial City Art Museum of Beijing. When not making films, Dominique enjoys riding her bike and teaching her dog Ruby tricks.

Karen Pickles
Producer (Keller Media)

Karen Pickles

With roots in community television and the original Tom Green Show, Karen’s career spans more than 20 years of producing documentary, performing arts, lifestyle series, drama and feature films. Her recent dramatic film, Falling Through the Cracks: Greg’s Story, is changing the way health care is delivered around the world.

Coty Savard
Producer (NFB)
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Coty Savard

Coty Savard is a Cree/Métis producer who’s been working with the National Film Board’s North West Studio since 2018. Her NFB credits include Lake, a short documentary directed by artist/filmmaker Alexandra Lazarowich that premiered at Hot Docs in 2019, and the re-release of Loon Lake, a lesser-known work of the NFB’s historic Indian Film Crew that’s now recognized as an important instance of early Indigenous cinema.

Prior to joining the NFB, Savard worked as an associate producer for Mosaic Entertainment, where her credits included Delmer & Marta and Tiny Plastic Men. Other credits include Peace River Rising and The Things We Taught Our Daughters.

Savard has directed and produced work for CBC Short Docs and CBC Arts, and has been a key contributor to The Amiskwaciy History Series, an initiative dedicated to telling the Indigenous histories of the Edmonton area.

David Christensen
Producer/Executive Producer (NFB)
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David Christensen

David Christensen is an Executive Producer at the National Film Board of Canada. He manages the North West Studio, which looks after NFB documentary, animation and interactive production in Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta, the Northwest Territories and Nunavut. Recent films from the North West Studio include Tasha Hubbard’s nîpawistamâsowin: We Will Stand Up, WALL, directed by Cam Christiansen, Alethea Arnaquq-Baril’s Angry Inuk, The Tournament, directed by Sam Vint, and Supreme Law, directed by Katerina Cizek. In total, the NWS has about 25–30 projects in development and production at any one time.


ln memory of Doreen Elliott


Written and Directed by
Dominique Keller

David Christensen
Coty Savard
Karen Pickles
Dominique Keller

Executive Producers
David Christensen
Dominique Keller

Edited by
Brenda Terning

Director of Photography
Dominique Keller

Additional Cinematography
Philip Harrison

Sound Recordist
Dominique Keller

Business Affairs
Karen Pickles

Impact Producer
Jackie Garrow

Production Accounting
CJ Robertson

Assistant Editor
Janet Savill

Additional Editors
Dean Evans
Paul Mortimer

Production Assistant
Anett Meszaros

Music Clearances
Elizabeth Klinck

For the NFB

Marketing Manager
Kelly Fox

Katja de Bock

Still Photographers
George Webber
Robert Zawaski

Studio Operations Manager
Darin Clausen

Studio Administrator
Devon Supeene

Production Coordinators
Hilda Amponsah
Faye Yoneda
Tanis Redcrow
April Dunsmore
Janet Kwan

Production Supervisor
Esther Viragh

Head of Business Affairs
Mary Graziano

Legal Counsel
Christian Pitchen

For Super Channel

Donald Wl McDonald
President & CEO

Jackie Pardy
Chief Content Officer

For Accessible Media Inc.

John Melville
VP, Content Development and Programming

Brian Perdue
Director, Programming

Audio Post Production
Propeller Sound Studios Inc.

Sound Supervisor
Frank Laratta

Sound Design and Dialogue Editor
Paul Schreve

Sound Effects Editor
Chris Ferguson

Foley Artist
Thomas Geddes

Assistant Sound Editor
Vienna Kunnas

Re-Recording Mixers
Paul Schreve
Chris Ferguson

Audio Post Producer
Braun Farnon

Picture Post Services
Jump Studios Ltd.

Post-Production Manager
Brian Vos

Post-Production Supervisor
Jennifer Avis

Senior Colorist
Jeff August

Nick Zacharkiw

Digital FX
Nick Zacharkiw
Broek Roberts

Titles and Credits
Broek Roberts

Additional Digital FX
Moonhauzen Studio
Dmitriy Barchishak
Roman Sylchenko
Tolga Burcak

Juliet Smith, Dentons Canada LLP

Front Row lnsurance Brokers

On screen participants
Ruby Houston
Doreen Elliott
Dianne Bent
Jim Bent
George Elliott
Victor A. Svinth-Lassen

Additional Music by
Jeff Stockton

Produced with the participation of the Canada Media Fund
Made possible through the Alberta Provincial Tax Credit Program
Produced in association with Super Channel
With the participation of Canadian Film or Video Production Tax Credit
With the assistance of the HotDocs Ted Rogers Fund
In association with Accessible Media Inc.
and with the assistance of GoodPitch Vancouver
Alberta Foundation for the Arts
Director’s Guild of Canada
Writer’s Guild of Canada

A Keller Media Inc. and National Film Board of Canada co-production

© 2020 Keller Media Inc. and the National Film Board of Canada

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