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 ongoing harms of colonization/systematic … Continue reading Where the Ground Won’t Shake
is a fictional film set in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. Located in the middle of a vast and sparsely populated prairie landscape, Saskatoon is a unique and strange place that produces an abundance of odd and profound characters.
THE SASKATCHEWAN GHOST TOWN PHOTO SERIES: Well, here they are finally, in all their glory – the photographs from our staycations/holistays in the rural areas around Saskatoon, Saskatchewan! These decaying homes and communities are a rich reminder of the history of the province. They remind us of where we came from and where we’re heading. … Continue reading Who needs Paris when you’ve got Hafford?
“The Crooked Bush is a group of wild aspen trees that do not grow straight up as normal trees but rather they twist, loop and bend into the eeriest of forests. Not ten meters away from the Crooked Bush is a group of normal growing aspens that grow straight and tall.” (Crooked Bush Information Pamphlet) … Continue reading The Crooked Bush, SK
ghost town-ing in saskatchewan (Treaty 4 and Treaty 6 territory and the traditional territory of the Cree and Saulteaux, Assiniboine and Métis). A ghost town is a completely abandoned town or city. The term is sometimes used in a deprecated sense to include cities, towns, and neighborhoods which, while still populated, are significantly less so … Continue reading Exploring Saskatchewan Ghost Towns, a guide