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Millefiore Clarkes dedicates herself to the craft and community of media arts in Prince Edward Island, Canada. Through her company One Thousand Flowers Productions (www.onethousandflowers.tv) she produces a variety of media work such as ‘pocket-docs’ for online dissemination, music videos, experimental video, web series, and feature documentaries. She has received awards for her work and her films have screened in festivals across Canada and the US. Her passion is to capture on film the moments when human’s reveal themselves and their essential interconnectivity.

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I make essay-style indie documentary films, the kind that live outside of the mainstream. I also teach documentary and film studies in the film program at NSCAD University (www.nscad.ca), I write about film and have been involved with film programming, including with the Halifax Independent Filmmaker’s Festival and the infamous Doc-ula event. My books include: “Working on Screen”, “Rain/Drizzle/Fog: Film and Television in Atlantic Canada” and “John Walker’s Passage.” A member of DOC-Atlantic.

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Beachwalker Films is owned by documentary filmmaker, Mark Sandiford. Mark’s film Qallunaat! Why White People are Funny won the Gemini Canada award in 2008 for best reflection of Canada’s cultural identity.

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The National Film Board of Canada (NFB) is one of the world’s leading digital content hubs, creating groundbreaking interactive documentaries and animation, mobile content, installations and participatory experiences. The NFB has created over 13,000 productions and won over 5,000 awards, including 4 Canadian Screen Awards, 7 Webbys and 12 Oscars. To access acclaimed NFB content, visit NFB.ca or download its apps for smartphones, tablets and connected TV.

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Spring Pulse Poetry Festival is Northern Ontario’s largest poetry/arts festival. Last year we created a documentary called “The Poetrain Express” a poets journey whereby 33 poets/musicians/ travel bloggers and a film crew started the festival in Toronto, and travelled on the Northlander train service to Cobalt, Ontario. A first time a poetry festival was on a train.

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Reel Girls Media is a content driven company dedicated to fostering a deeper understanding of the world and the human spirit through the production of award winning factual and non factual television and transmedia content for the global market. The company engages in smart and original entertainment delivered across multiple platforms including television, web, and mobile.

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Expressions
June 92013

We are located in the cultural heart of the Kootenays, in Nelson BC. Expressions is a performance venue that has hosted such events as live music, film screenings, workshops, and discussions.

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    Millefiore Clarkes

    Documentary Filmmaker, The Network

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    Darrell Varga

    Documentary Filmmaker, Film Screening Program, The Network

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    Beachwalker Films

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    National Film Board of Canada

    Distributor, Documentary Filmmaker, The Network

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  • Spring Pulse Poetry Festival

    Spring Pulse Poetry Festival

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  • Lost Music Productions

    Lost Music Productions

    Documentary Filmmaker, The Network

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  • Ava Karvonen, Reel Girls Media

    Ava Karvonen, Reel Girls Media

    Documentary Filmmaker, The Network

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  • Expressions

    Expressions

    Documentary Film Lover, Documentary Filmmaker, Non-cinema Venue, The Network

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