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WFF17 INTERVIEW WITH INGRID VENINGER AND JULIAN PAPAS (PORCUPINE LAKE)

The genesis for Porcupine Lake occurred in Whistler, when Melissa Leo agreed to finance the development of six female written projects with $6,000 in seed money.
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WFF17 INTERVIEW WITH JONATHAN BAKER (BECOMING ICONIC)

BECOMING ICONIC is a feature length documentary that contains interviews with some of Hollywood's most iconic directors talk about and with Jonathan Baker .

TIFF UNVEILS TOP TEN CANADIAN FILMS OF 2017

The Canada’s Top Ten Film Festival™ illuminates the nation with public screenings, free events, and special guests Alanis Obomsawin, Evan Rachel Wood and Jeremy Podeswa
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‘Canada’s Coolest Film Festival’ Wraps

Whistler Film Festival closes its 17th edition with more high-profile premieres, attendees, and talent than ever before. DARKEST HOUR wins the WFF Audience Award.

Whistler Film Festival Announces 2017 Winners

ALL YOU CAN EAT BUDDHA and A WORTHY COMPANION tie for Borsos Award for Best Canadian Feature ... Ian Lagarde (ALL YOU CAN EAT BUDDHA) Wins Best Borsos Director ... Evan Rachel Wood (A WORTHY COMPANION) Wins Best Performance in a Borsos Film ... CARDINALS written by Grayson Moore Wins Borsos Award for Best Screenplay

WFF17 – INTERVIEW WITH MACKENZIE DONALDSON – DIRECTOR OF ‘THE DEFINITES’

The Definites is Mackenzie's directorial debut and the feature film will be released by Mongrel Media in 2017.

WFF17 – INTERVIEW WITH NEAL THIBEDEAU – DIRECTOR OF ‘BECOMING ICONIC’

Becoming Iconic is a feature length documentary that contains interviews with some of Hollywood's most iconic directors talk about and with Jonathan Baker . The film explores the process of filmmaking from the ground up through the eyes of top directors as they tell their story of their first time making a feature film in the director's chair.

WFF17 – INTERVIEW WITH ALAN ZWEIG – DIRECTOR OF ‘THERE IS A HOUSE HERE’

Alan Zweig is a Toronto documentary filmmaker known for often using film to explore his own life

WFF17 – INTERVIEW WITH RENUKA JEYAPALAN – DIRECTOR OF ‘ORDINARY DAYS’

ORDINARY DAYS is a suspenseful mystery/drama, shot from multiple perspectives, that harkens back to the anxieties of a parent’s experience in losing their daughter, both figuratively as she pursues college and literally when she disappears.

WFF17 – INTERVIEW WITH JARED MOSHE – DIRECTOR OF ‘THE BALLAD OF LEFTY BROWN’

The Ballad of Lefty Brown is a coming-of-age Western for a 65 year old man. Bill Pullman plays Lefty Brown, a grizzled 65 year-old piece of sagebrush who is finally forced into taking a stand, after a lifetime as a cowboy sidekick (think Walter Brennan).

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