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Image Credit: Lana Lovell
Instructor: Lana Lovell
Lana Lovell came off a six-year hiatus with a surge of work. In 2017, she wrote the play "Elbow Room," which went into pre-development in 2018 with Toronto’s Obsidian Theatre and was produced at Fringe 2019. Then she wrote the short play "The First 100 Years of Sophia Pooley" for Fringe 2020, during COVID-19 she began developing her play into a full-length production.
During Lana's artistic hiatus, she worked as a freelance Associate Producer on George Stroumboulopoulos Tonight at the CBC.
Currently, she's developing two documentaries including "Taking Space," after a very difficult experience in 2010 as the director of "Resilience: Stories of Single Black Mothers," a film that countered stereotypes of black mothers with complex and richly detailed portraits of real women. Before that, Lana was commissioned by Omni Television for the project. She directed the documentary "The Incomparable Jackie Richards" (2008), which explored the life and times of cabaret artist, theatre and film actor, performer Jackie Richardson, broadcasted on Bravo Television for 5 years. Lana’s first music content documentary, "Underground," screened at Toronto’s Hot Docs Film Festival (2006) won praise for capturing the complex central character’s, Coco Brown, life and artistry. "Into the Heart of Africa" (1996), the first film Lana directed was about the protest during the contentious exhibit, of the same name, at the Royal Ontario Museum. Lana lives and works in Toronto, Canada.
Location: Trinity Square VideoCategory: Production – TheoreticalLevel: BeginnerMaximum Capacity: 306 hours of instruction in 3 parts$10 /member$20 /nonmember
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