The landscape of Canadian cinema has changed drastically over the years, with our homegrown talent getting more international recognition for their unique and impactful work. In this episode, we sit down with three women who are changing the rules of the game in Canadian cinema and advocating for representation of diverse voices in today’s film and TV industry. Gloria Kim, Supinder Wraich, and Mary Galloway are all graduates from the Canadian Film Centre and have been making waves with their recent projects. In 2019, Gloria Kim released her feature film Queen of the Morning Calm, which garnered rave reviews for its stylistic and aesthetic excellence. Supinder Wraich won an international Emmy in 2013 for her web series Guidestones, since then, she has released another web series, The 410. Mary Galloway made her directorial debut in 2017 with her film Unintentional Mother. Since then, she has worked on numerous projects, with an Indigi-Queer focus, and in 2019 The Hollywood Reporter listed her as one of 15 “Breakouts Making an Impact on Hollywood”. Don’t miss this insightful conversation, and join us in celebrating our homegrown Canadian talent!
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