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An indie radio doc producer and filmmaker out to prove that no stories are too small when told well.

An indie radio doc producer and filmmaker out to prove that no stories are too small when told well.
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Location:

Canada

Description:

An indie radio doc producer and filmmaker out to prove that no stories are too small when told well.

Language:

English

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Episodes

The Ghost of Thomas Lacey Part 2

10/31/2019
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In 2015 a donation was made to Special Collections & Archives, University of Waterloo Library of 154 audio reels. The reels contain recordings of séances from 1960s Kitchener led by a mysterious medium named Mr. Thomas Lacey. Erin MacIndoe Sproule and Rebecca Swabey from Anthroscope Media investigate the origins of the tapes and what they can tell us about contact with the spirit world. This project is supported by a grant from the Region of Waterloo Arts Fund and Ed Video Media Arts Centre....

Duration:00:20:57

The Ghost of Thomas Lacey Part 1

10/31/2019
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In 2015 a donation was made to Special Collections & Archives, University of Waterloo Library of 154 audio reels. The reels contain recordings of séances from 1960s Kitchener led by a mysterious medium named Mr. Thomas Lacey. Erin MacIndoe Sproule and Rebecca Swabey from Anthroscope Media investigate the origins of the tapes and what they can tell us about contact with the spirit world. This project is supported by a grant from the Region of Waterloo Arts Fund and Ed Video Media Arts Centre....

Duration:00:20:57

Sample of "Recollections"

1/12/2019
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A sci-fi approach to dementia narratives, this in-progress audio documentary about my grandmother Marnie Sproule looks at the precarious nature of memory. This project is funded by the Ontario Arts Council. Created by Erin MacIndoe Sproule Reference to "Some Memories about Memory" by Devon Kerslake Image credit: www.vecteezy.com

Duration:00:01:57

Sample of "The Ghost Of Thomas Lacey"

1/12/2019
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Exploring seances conducted in 1960s Kitchener by a mysterious medium. The University of Waterloo Special Collections and Archives has over 150 audio reels of the seances. This in-progress audio documentary follows creators Erin MacIndoe Sproule and Rebecca Swabey on a journey to learn more about the origins of the tapes and what we can learn from them about contact with the spirit world. This project is supported by a grant from the Waterloo Region Arts Fund.

Duration:00:01:55

The Thrift Store Sketches

1/29/2017
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With two framed sketches bought at the Salvation Army store in Guelph, ON, Canada, Erin decides to investigate where they came from and how they ended up there. She speaks to a few art experts from her community about the pieces and eventually to the artist herself. The piece is as much about Erin's journey as the sketches themselves. The piece serves as an example that no stories are small when told well. A sentimental and personal POV documentary. A short indie audio documentary/podcast...

Duration:00:15:09