Welcome back to the Whistler Film. Three more amazing guests are on the show today!
Katie Boland: Katie may only be 29, but has in the industry nearly her entire life. The daughter of a filmmaker, she has three films in the festival – Cardinals, co-starring Sheila McCarthy and Noah Reid, Never Saw It Coming, directed by her mother Gail Harvey, and the short film Lolz-ita, which she also wrote and directed. Her additional film an TV credits include Reign, Born To Be Blue, Motive, Terminal City, Lost Girl, Murdoch Mysteries, Daydream Nation, Adoration, Mount Pleasant, and Some Things That Stay.
Ingrid Veninger: Although she got her start as an actress, Ingrid has always been a writer-director at heart. Her sixth feature is Porcupine Lake, a coming-of-age story of teenage sexuality set in small town Ontario during one summer.
Julian Papas: Julian became a one-man film crew as he followed Ingrid around and documentary her experiences and process of making Porcupine Lake and ended up with his own fly-on-the-wall documentary about process called The Other Side of Porcupine Lake.