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AGELESS GARDENS - STREAMING VIDEO

February 13, 2018
FULL EPISODES (FREE STREAMING!)
Ageless Gardens, Season One full episodes now streaming on www.visiontv.ca.

WEBISODES (STREAMING NOW!)
"Wild Medicine" - Join wild foragers Sinclair Philip and Ben Hircock, as they forage for mushrooms on the west coast of Vancouver Island and discuss their medicinal qualities.

"The Control Freak" - Famed gardening author and journalist Marjorie Harris reflects on a lifetime of gardening in this humorous webisode.  She simultaneously proves that she could've had a second career in stand-up comedy!

"Healthy Soil" - David Greig has been a vermicompost practitioner for decades. He shares his thoughts on the importance gardening from the ground up.

"Garlic Flats" - Prairie sculptor Vic Cicansky looks back on the origins of his artwork, inspired by over 70 years in the garden.

"A Nighttime Tonic" - Wild food writers and instructors Danielle Prohom Olson and Jennifer Aikman forage in a nearby forest, and then make a medicinal drink from the ingredients.

"Art in the Garden" - Artist and instructor Merina Rael volunteers to teach English to recent immigrants, while simultaneously creating art with them in her garden.

WORKSHOP - DOCUMENTARY FILMMAKING: LETTING IMAGE AND INSTINCT GUIDE YOU

February 01, 2018

WORKSHOP - DOCUMENTARY FILMMAKING: LETTING IMAGE AND INSTINCT GUIDE YOU WITH DIRECTOR/PRODUCER/DOP IAN TOEWS CSC
DATE: FRIDAY, MARCH 9, 2018
TIME: 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM (WORKSHOP)
3:00 PM - 4:00 PM (COFFEE/MEET & GREET)
LOCATION: EDUCATION BUILDING ROOM 175 (PRODUCTION STUDIO), REGINA, SK

The Living Skies Student Film Festival has an exciting weekend of workshops planned to celebrate the annual event's 30th anniversary! This workshop is free to attend, and open to the public.

With film examples and colourful anecdotes from 20+ years in the field, filmmaker Ian Toews (Landscape as Muse, Bugs on the Menu, Ageless Gardens) tries to get the core of what makes a good documentarian (or if nothing else, entertain you).

This workshop is presented by and made possible through support from the Saskatchewan Filmpool Cooperative, a non-profit artist-run centre which supports and assists independent visionary film and video production in Saskatchewan.

Students are especially encouraged to attend, as the last hour of the workshop will feature an opportunity to meet and have coffee with Ian. We hope to see you there!