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THURSDAY MARCH 28
Join us in the Ballroom for an informal reception with the Yukon Film and Sound Commisioner, Nova Alberts.
Prior to her relocation to the Yukon, Nova Alberts spent 4 years working in service of the media production industry in various capacities through the Saskatchewan Motion Picture Industry Association (SMPIA). She is most proud of her work creating and delivering the Digital Media Initiative which aimed to provide support for content creators in the development, production and exhibition of rich and substantial interactive media experiences in Saskatchewan. Before this,
Nova spent over 12 years producing approximately 140 broadcast hours of factual-based award-winning television programming. In 2005, her project Escape From Iran: The Hollywood Option (History Television, PBS) received a Gemini nomination for “Best History Documentary”, and was recognized with a Golden Sheaf at the Yorkton Short Film and Video Festival. Nova is an alumni of the CWC Technology & Digital Media Career Accelerator Program and holds a BFA in Film Production from the University of Regina.
IT’s the 1970’s. Lucille comes to maturity in the era of “free love”, embracing a diversity of lovers: women and men, straight and gay, in Canada and abroad. Her search for happiness is thwarted when she wants to make a baby. She comes full circle, from sexual miscreant to mother without a guidebook.
Lulu Keating and story editor Roslyn Muir will be in