The kids and I invented a magic school that exists in our house. I’m working on a larger project about the school, which I’ll share here when it’s done. In the meantime…
1987. Saskatoon. 6 years old.
My tough-guy mother pushed my siblings and I through the crowd so we were at the front. Continue reading “That Time I Met the Queen”
Our feature length film is now available to watch for free online. “Where The Ground Won’t Shake” was created as a hybrid-fiction anthology revolving around the concept of safety in the Canadian Prairies. The film employs a number of different cinematic styles and covers a variety of themes, such as the lingering remnants of colonization/systematic abuse of First Nations people, modern evangelicalism, near death experiences, and the search for a sense of sanctuary in a harsh landscape.
Thanks to all our backers, supporters, and contributors for making this happen. We’re very proud of it.
We honoured God as Creator and gave God a special place in our lives.
We showed reverence towards God, respecting the words and images that symbolize God to ourselves and others.
We remembered to worship God and to honour ourselves through rest and prayer.
We esteemed those who care for and about us, our chosen family.
We treated all life as sacred and deserving of dignity.
We respected our own bodies and the bodies of other people.
We were generous with our resources, taking care of those in need.
We told the truth about ourselves and others.
We honoured our beloveds and respected other peoples relationships.
We were grateful for what we have.
I had the opportunity to produce this trailer for the lovely book “Over Our Heads” by Andrea Thompson, published by Inanna Publications:
You should watch the trailer, and then read the book!