The Gaze podcast wraps up its sophomore season focus on Indigenous female filmmakers with this final episode featuring filmmaker Michelle Latimer. Listen below and visit their website for more.
About this episode:
An actor turned filmmaker, Michelle broke onto the scene as a writer/producer for the award-winning documentary “Jackpot.” Since then, she has directed several films including the short animation “Choke,” the dramatic short “Cockroach” and the feature documentary “Alias.” Most recently, Michelle was the showrunner on the critically-acclaimed Viceland series “Rise,” which follows indigenous movements of resistance across the Americas.
About the Gaze: The show is now a monthly podcast available for download on iTunes, Soundcloud and Google Play. In this sophomore season, we sit down with three female Indigenous filmmakers to discuss the creative, commercial and emotional labour of making films in Canada.
Check out This is Worldtown’s interview with hosts Aisha and Maya and stream episode one and two from this season. Also keep an eye our for our forthcoming series on Indigenous female mediamakers.