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Hands Up: Spotlight on Whistler Film Festival 2017

The Whistler Film Festival catapulted me into a network of female filmmakers fiercely committed to creating a body of work beyond that first or second feature,” says Veninger.

Katherine Brodsky – MOVIEMAKER MAGAZINE

Hands Up: Spotlight on Whistler Film Festival 2017

 

Women filmmakers once again enjoy welcoming world of Whistler Film Festival

Female filmmakers, are of course, noticing the change in their numbers, but they still see a long road ahead and Veninger thinks that journey starts young and should start with a kinder, more positive map.

Dana Gee – THE VANCOUVER SUN

Women filmmakers once again enjoy welcoming world of Whistler Film Festival

TIFF 2017 Women Director’s: Meet Ingrid Veninger – Porcupine Lake

“I wanted to tell a story about the complicated dynamics between young girls that reflected my experience. A story about the kind of friendship that changes the course of your life.”

Ingrid Veninger, WOMEN AND HOLLYWOOD

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Ingrid Veninger talks ‘Porcupine Lake’

“For her sixth feature film, director, writer, producer, actor and all around DIY Jill-of-all-trades Ingrid Veninger takes filmgoers to Porcupine Lake”. 

Andrew Parker, THE GATE

TIFF 2017: Ingrid Veninger talks ‘Porcupine Lake’

Ingrid Veninger: A TIFF coming-of-age entry with teeth

“Beautifully shot, sensitively told, it’s Veninger’s best film.”

Jim Slotek, ORIGINAL CIN, 2017 TIFF PICK

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The Other Side of Porcupine Lake: Doc About Ingrid Veninger’s Coming of Age Movie Debuts in Whistler

The Other Side of Porcupine Lake is a documentary that follows Ingrid Veninger as she makes her sixth feature film, Porcupine Lake.

Andrew Mack – SCREEN ANARCHY

http://screenanarchy.com/2017/11/the-other-side-of-porcupine-lake-doc-about-ingrid-veningers-coming-of-age-movie-debuts-in-whistler.html

Porcupine Lake: A film of firsts for Ingrid Veninger

The veteran Toronto-based filmmaker chats about doing things differently on her Port Severn, ON-shot sixth feature film.

Jordan Pinto – PLAYBACK

Read more: http://playbackonline.ca/2016/10/24/porcupine-lake-a-film-of-firsts-for-ingrid-veninger/#ixzz4zNXTXUhq

Porcupine Lake is a documentary to remember, literally

Porcupine Lake screens at the Whistler Film Festival in Whistler, B.C., on Dec. 1 and 2.  The Other Side of Porcupine Lake has its world premiere at WFF on Dec. 2.

Marsha Lederman – THE GLOBE AND MAIL

https://www.theglobeandmail.com/arts/film/review-porcupine-lake-is-a-documentary-to-remember-literally/article37141104/