DIR. LULU KEATING, Yukon, 2019, 8m
SYNOPSIS : There is so much that we don’t understand. An injured artist ponders a seemingly prescient dream.
About the filmmaker
Lulu Keating is an independent writer, director and producer through her company, Red Snapper Films. Her films cover all genres: documentaries, dramatic features, animated and experimental films. In addition to producing independent work, she has directed for the NFB, CBC and History Television. Her films have screened at festivals from Chicago to Copenhagen and her work has been honored with numerous awards around the world. Keating’s debut feature film, The Midday Sun (1989), was shot in Zimbabwe. The internationally acclaimed animated documentary The Moody Brood (1999) was commissioned by CBC’s Rough Cuts. Her second feature, Lucille’s Ball (2013), won Best Canadian Feature at the Female Eye Film Festival as well as other recognition. Keating is active on regional and national organizations, serving on numerous juries and boards. She has taught across the country and has curated programs of films. Currently, she is in development on a feature-length drama, Klondike Kandahari.