Women’s History Month Spotlight: Lynn Shelton

By Morgan Roberts There are a number of women who are trailblazers behind the camera, but none as remarkable as Lynn Shelton. Raised in Seattle, Shelton’s earlier career was in editing for work in the area as well as creating … Continue reading Women’s History Month Spotlight: Lynn Shelton

Not So True Love Retrospective: Mistress America

By Morgan Roberts Brooke Cardinas (Greta Gerwig) is the most intriguing person in the world.  As one of the central characters of 2015’s “Mistress America,” Brooke is alluring with her joie de vivre and exciting life.  Yet, this film is … Continue reading Not So True Love Retrospective: Mistress America

Time to Be Honest: Depression, Film And Me

“So, for how long have you been depressed for?” This was the question once posed to me by a counsellor during our first counselling session. “I dunno.” I shrugged in response. “Ever since I was a kid, I think.” It sounds like an exaggeration but to some extent, it’s true. In my life there have been two consistencies: depression and film. Both elements are so entwined in my life that it’s easier for me to recall the events of a film rather than the events of my life. Continue reading Time to Be Honest: Depression, Film And Me