Step into a dream-like sci-fi world of mysterious experiments & interspatial portals with Patrick Jenkins’ short animated film Hall of Mirrors, now available for viewing on CBC Gem as part of its Canadian Reflections series. Jenkins describes the film as: “A whimsical meditation on human foibles and how we struggle to live our lives freeContinue reading “Mysterious experiments & interspatial portals in Hall of Mirrors”
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Interview: Carlin Belof
You may have seen crochet artist Carlin Belof’s Unravelled Crochet creations on Twitter or Facebook—particularly the dolls: horror, sci-fi, adventure and superhero characters recreated with whimsical accuracy; the sharp attention to detail especially remarkable when you remember that these are created through crochet. Practicing the craft for 20+ years, Belof starting making and selling hatsContinue reading “Interview: Carlin Belof”
Star Trek according to Polly Esther in sassy, poignant, personal Dammit, Jim! I’m a Comedienne, Not a Doctor!
To boldly go where no Polly Esther has gone before… During a one-night performance at the Social Capital Theatre last night, actor/playwright/comedienne Polly Esther took us along on a multi-media tour of her two-year voyage of exploration of the strange new world of the Star Trek series and movies in her one-woman show Dammit, Jim!Continue reading “Star Trek according to Polly Esther in sassy, poignant, personal Dammit, Jim! I’m a Comedienne, Not a Doctor!”