This was an experience not to be forgotten. Hearing "you look tired" often, and forcing an "I feel great" before you've had your complimentary café au lait. Abandoning the hopes for any kind of balance, exercise, sleep or even one piece of fruit or vegetable. The countless 5 à 7's and glasses of rosé.
Editor, Director, and Writer
Jacquelyn Mills is an editor, director, writer originally from Nova Scotia, Canada. In 2008 she completed her studies at the prestigious Mel Hoppenheim School of Cinema at Concordia University with distinction. In recent years she has won numerous awards for her work, including Best New Canadian Director, Best Cinematography, Best Film, and was named Montréal Mirror’s NoiseMaker 2010. Jacquelyn is currently in the post-production stages of her most recent film project titled Woman in the Waves – a feature length documentary based on her grandmother’s life.
The first thing we eye in the program is a conversation with Jane Campion, my absolute favourite director. Campion addresses the audience, specifically female directors, with some advice: "If you're a female director in this room, put all your energy into making a good piece of work."
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