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Meet Asana
Miika plays the role of Asana, Dylan’s first love. Miika Whiskeyjack is a Cree young woman from the Saddle Lake First Nation. She began performing at the age of 7 in dance and film. Miika is a trained dancer in contemporary, jazz, tap, ballet and her cultural dance, fancy shawl. Miika landed her very first...
Marie Clements Honouree Birks Diamond Tribute  Women in Film
7th annual Telefilm Canada + Birks Diamond Tribute to the Year’s Women in Film that honours outstanding Canadian women for their contributions to film and TV. This year’s event will be hosted by actress Sarah Gadon. The 2019 honourees are director Micheline Lanctôt (Sonatine), actresses Wendy Crewson (The Many Trials of One Jane Doe) and Jean Yoon (Kim’s Convenience), screenwriter Marie Clements (Red Snow) and emerging...
Meet Khatira
Khatira the spirited daughter of translator Aman, is played by Mozhdah Jamalzadah. Born in Kabul Afghanistan, the Vancouver-based icon has sparked conversations and inspired women all over the world as a bold, big-hearted example of female leadership. Through her internationally renowned music career and groundbreaking television show The Mozhdah Show, Mozhdah has inspired profound respect...
Red Snow has been announced as one of the feature films at the 33rd Edmonton International Film Festival! To follow up our World Premiere at the Vancouver International Film festival, we head East one province to Edmonton Alberta this September. The list has just been released and we are thrilled to be able to share...
The World Premiere of Red Snow has been announced! Red Snow will be making it’s premiere at the 38th annual Vancouver Intarnational Film Festival. The official selections have just been announced, so we will be sharing show dates and times as soon as they become available. Tickets will be going on sale for VIP passes,...
The Cast Of Red Snow
Red Snow is thrilled and honoured to have received an impressive 10 nominations for this year’s Leo Awards. We all have much gratitude, for this film could not have been made without their belief and support.