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Marie Clements

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Tim Welcomes Marie Clements

Unequal Temperament

Tim welcomes writer and film maker Marie Clements to talk about their work together on the opera Missing, which tells the story of the Highway of Tears and shines a light on the national crisis of missing indigenous women in Canada. They also talk about being Métis and the difference between Canada and the US when it comes to indigenous peoples, the Super Friends, and role models.Marie also shares her latest project Red Snow. You can find out more about Marie Clements through her Website at www.mcm2.ca And her film Red Snow at www.redsnow.ca Information on Marie's Opera Missing is also available at https://pacificopera.ca/whats-on/missing/ and http://cityoperavancouver.com/missing/background-information You can find Tim's Website here: http://timothylongmusic.com/ Special Thanks to Martha Redbone for her permission to use her song "Medicine Man" for the opening credits. More of her work can be found at https://martharedbone.com and you can subscribe to her Youtube channel here: https://www.youtube.com/user/MarthaRedbone More information on Foundry Arts, the producer of Unequal Temperament is available at www.thefoundryarts.com Foundry Arts is a lab for opera using collaboration and partnership to invest in artist development, dialogue, and expression, to sustain a rich, diverse, equitable, inclusive, and sustainable cultural landscape.

1hr 3mins

14 Nov 2020

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Tim Welcomes Marie Clements

Unequal Temperament

Tim welcomes writer and film maker Marie Clements to talk about their work together on the opera Missing, which tells the story of the Highway of Tears and shines a light on the national crisis of missing indigenous women in Canada. They also talk about being Métis and the difference between Canada and the US when it comes to indigenous peoples, the Super Friends, and role models.Marie also shares her latest project Red Snow. You can find out more about Marie Clements through her Website at www.mcm2.ca And her film Red Snow at www.redsnow.ca Information on Marie's Opera Missing is also available at https://pacificopera.ca/whats-on/missing/ and http://cityoperavancouver.com/missing/background-information You can find Tim's Website here: http://timothylongmusic.com/ Special Thanks to Martha Redbone for her permission to use her song "Medicine Man" for the opening credits. More of her work can be found at https://martharedbone.com and you can subscribe to her Youtube channel here: https://www.youtube.com/user/MarthaRedbone More information on Foundry Arts, the producer of Unequal Temperament is available at www.thefoundryarts.com Foundry Arts is a lab for opera using collaboration and partnership to invest in artist development, dialogue, and expression, to sustain a rich, diverse, equitable, inclusive, and sustainable cultural landscape.

13 Nov 2020

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Episode Eight: Who Gets To Tell the Stories? George Ryga's Ecstasy of Rita Joe and Marie Clements' The Unnatural and Accidental Women

Dr Canadiana

Topics on this episode of Dr. Canadiana include George Ryga, The Ecstasy of Rita Joe, Marie Clements, The Unnatural and Accidental Women, Indigenous theatre and drama in Canada and in the Canon, Serial killer Gilbert Jordan and Canada’s Missing and Murdered. Listener discretion is advised.

31 Oct 2020

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MOT - Marie Clements & Michael Zahra (June 26th, 2020)

Moment of Truth

First, we get to know writer and director MARIE CLEMENTS and her new film documenting First Nations activism as it connects with music history in "The Road Forward." Then, we take to the sky with President & CEO of Drone Delivery Canada, MICHAEL ZAHRA, who's providing Covid-19 relief for the Beausoleil First Nation.

49mins

19 Jun 2020

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Firecracker Aftershow: Marie Clements

Firecracker Department with Naomi Snieckus

Marie has been changing the world with her stories for decades and this week her new film Red Snow is being released! We loved listening to her interview and chatting about the incredible viewpoints she offers the world. Join us! Catch up with Naomi @snieckus Emily @emchurchill AJ @atotheje and Camille Adams @camilleadamsfilm on the newest Firecracker Aftershow now! 🧨💥

11mins

15 May 2020

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Firecracker Department with Naomi Snieckus

Our guest this week is writer/director Marie Clements! Marie's first dramatic feature RED SNOW comes out digitally THIS FRIDAY! That’s right, Friday May 15th you can find RED SNOW on Apple TV. I had a chance to watch the film … which, by the way, is shot in FOUR languages! Truly incredible. Follow her on Instagram @marie.clements Red Snow I Trailer https://vimeo.com/313876027 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/redsnowthefilm/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/redsnowfilm/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/redsnowfilm  Website: https://www.redsnow.ca 

48mins

12 May 2020

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Episode Sixty-Four: Marie Clements

The YVR Screen Scene Podcast

Marie Clements is one of the most visionary and astonishing storytellers working in Vancouver today. Whether it’s with documentaries like The Road Forward (which used musical numbers and moving interviews to tell the story of the Native Voice newspaper), or her libretto for Missing, the chamber opera that amplified the stories of murdered and missing Indigenous women, Marie’s aim is to imprint stories on her audiences. Marie’s latest is Red Snow – and on the surface, it’s tonally and thematically different from her previous work. It’s a moving and at times violent drama about a Gwich'in soldier serving in the Canadian Army who is captured by the Taliban. Red Snow is about love, and children, and faith, and the different faces of colonialism. It’s about survival, and language, and snow. It’s heart pounding. It’s glorious. It’s astonishing. In short, Red Snow is textbook Marie Clements. On the eve of Red Snow’s theatrical release, Marie Clements joins Sabrina Furminger in the YVR Screen Scene studio to talk about her film, and what she’d like audiences to think about while the end credits roll. Episode sponsor: Fish Flight Entertainment

38mins

12 Mar 2020

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Marie Clements on Crash 2004

Someone Else's Movie

For our fifth anniversary, we’re in London with writer-director-producer Marie Clements (The Road Forward, Looking at Edward Curtis), whose new film Red Snow opens in Toronto, Vancouver and Ottawa this Friday, March 13th. And she’s there to stand up for Paul Haggis’ Crash, the 2004 ensemble drama about race and class in America that became the Oscar winner everyone loved to hate. Your genial host Norm Wilner is happy to help her correct this injustice.

41mins

10 Mar 2020

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Hinterviews

31mins

31 May 2007