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Ingrid Veninger on “Porcupine Lake” and her pUNK Films Femmes Lab

“Porcupine Lake is the sixth feature from pUNK Films founder Ingrid Veninger. It’s also the first from the pUNK Films Femmes Labs, which started as a DIY idea of gathering six Canadian female filmmakers to work on their six screenplays for six months to reality — courtesy of Oscar-winner Melissa Leo.”

Lauren Wissot, FILMMAKER MAGAZINE

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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: 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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TIFF 2017 Profile: Ingrid Veninger

One of the best words to describe Ingrid Veninger’s Porcupine Lake is “magical”.

Sian Melton, The Muff Society

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Go sell it on the mountain

The top women in Canadian film and television ascend Whistler to ensure the industry’s gender-parity promises don’t evaporate into thin air

Marsha Lederman, THE GLOBE AND MAIL

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The Art of Filmmaking: Ingrid Veninger

Jonathan Marlow, FANDOR KEYFRAME

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Whistler: Ingrid Veninger’s ‘Ballsy’ Request? More Films Made by Women

Katherine Brodsky, VARIETY

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Canadian filmmaking gets a little more Femme

Richard Course, METRO

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