Director Zoe Hopkins sits down with Wider Lens to talk about her work on the APTN series Little Bird, an experience she calls one of the most beautiful moments of her life, and the critical need for trust and resources to be given to Indigenous directors so that they can authentically portray their stories.
DGC Ontario Assistant Directors Caucus Rep and frequent Guillermo del Toro collaborator Penny Charter sits down with Star Trek: Strange New Worlds 2nd Unit 1st AD Sorcha Vasey.
To celebrate National Indigenous Peoples Day, we’ve put together a list of groundbreaking films, shorts, and documentaries created by DGC Ontario Members, centring on the diverse and powerful experiences of Indigenous Peoples in Canada.
Celebrate Pride Month with these DGC Ontario films and TV shows that embrace 2SLGBTQ+ stories! Whether you're looking for laughs, drama, or thought-provoking narratives, these diverse and empowering productions will entertain, educate, and inspire you. Check out our list of films and shows you can watch right now and some exciting upcoming productions coming soon.
Post Production Supervisors Lori Waters (Freaky Tales) and Andre Coutu (PAW Patrol: The Mighty Movie) on the rise of Post Production in Ontario and how the job of a Post Production Supervisor is more creative than you might think!
DGC Director Holly Dale delves into her long and illustrious career, including her recent experience directing Arnold Schwarzenegger in FUBAR, which drops today on Netflix! Holly shares how she became one of the first female TV Drama Directors in Canada, her approach to episodic storytelling, and why she never wants to limit herself.
Souha Usman is an active member of our Diversity & Inclusion Committee, a DGC Ontario training instructor, and a certified Life Coach, Breathwork Teacher and Racial Equity Facilitator. We chat with Souha about inspiring mindfulness and self-care within the industry.
This Asian Heritage Month, we’re spotlighting some of the DGC Ontario Members and Productions bringing Asian-Canadian stories to the screen in authentic, heartwarming, hilarious ways. Scroll down for some of the best new and returning DGC Ontario Productions centred around Asian-Canadians, and a collection of Wider Lens interviews with DGC Ontario Members putting Asian stories front and centre.
Picture Editor Nick Hector (whose most recent production, The Man Who Stole Einstein's Brain, is premiering at Hot Docs this month) sits down with fellow Picture Editor Jordan Hayles (of the hotly-anticipated Director X series Robyn Hood) to chat about their paths to film and television, the merits of expanding your professional horizons, and why empathy is one of the most important qualities of a great Editor.
Peabody Award-winning documentary filmmaker Tiffany Hsiung interviewed over twenty different experts to create the documentary segments of Jane that explore the…