Didier GabouryDidier Gaboury2017-10-16Repostmrchristophersean ( get_repost)
I had the honor and privilege of working on a project over 7 years ago with some top notch students at UC Chapman. The short film is called King Eternal. I worked my bum off and wanted to make this performance as amazing as the project they had written. I can only say this was one of my favorite all time productions and I was lucky to have been a part of the team. When I say these guys were brilliant, I mean it. They’re team developed a whole new language and alphabet derived from Latin Swedish and ... one other I forgot, oh it was Chinese! Chinese , Latin and Swedish. Hahaha but seriously, not even joking about the language the wardrobe was from a tribe, that once again completely original and made from leather. These guys blew my mind with their intelligence and work ethic. They were the first form UC Chapman to be accepted to the Vancouver International Film Festival. They thought on their feet and gave it their all and in turn inspired the team and myself to bring only best for them. This was a 15 minute project that I’ll never forget. Thank you for the memories. Ori Guendelman and Rob McClelland. theKingEternalstuntKeleIndigenousUCChapmansuccessfocusappreciationmemorieshardWorkgamechangerhttps://scontent.cdninstagram.com/t51.2885-15/e35/22500125_1952553588294241_1770991964498427904_n.jpg2017-10-16
TEDxSFUTEDxSFU2017-10-16And to end off the TEDxTakeover, what better way than a WWE show!
natbynature is the individual who helped me out several years ago by sending me an address to a gym in Calgary where I trained to become a professional wrestler! To watch her LIVE, plus we are BOTH champions, is so cool and hard to believe 🏆
Seen quite a few eccw_wrestling fans giving shout-outs which was great!
Then dropped Mom and sister off at home, and now finally sitting down to relax before tomorrow's day gets started.
So THIS is a day in the life of dreadfulbird, in case you haven't heard.
I'll be speaking on November 12th for TEDxSFU! 🗣️
Artlandish Aboriginal ArtArtlandish Aboriginal Art2017-10-16This fabulous rendition of “Bush Leaves” is by famous Jeannie Petyarre. For all details please go to http://artlandish.com/jpbl6b
is part of one of the most renowned Australian artistic families. She is sister to Anna Price Petyarre, Rosemary Petyarre, Greeny Purvis Petyarre, and Evelyn Pultara, Jeannie’s cousins are the celebrated Petyarre sisters Kathleen, Gloria, Violet, Ada Bird (dcd), Myrtle and Nancy (dcd). Please click on the above link to learn more about this amazing lady and the story behind her painting.
Ailsa WalshAilsa Walsh2017-10-16Even though I had a small role in this film (an Asgradian running around) I got the chance to meet other blackfellas on set which almost NEVER HAPPENS! So thankyou for casting us mob into this huge production. It was exhausting long days but I was having so much fun. I can’t wait for the film to come out. Thankyou for making the ship black fella colours I dig it!! 🤙🏽🤙🏽 total respect and I hope other filmmakers accept us and our culture in further projects 👍🏽 taikawaititiyourthemanaboriginalindigenousthorthorragnarokmarvelshipdeadlycastmoreblackfellasdirectorsproducerswritersfirstnationsaustraliahttps://scontent.cdninstagram.com/t51.2885-15/e15/22500264_157892778135080_3003233290200023040_n.jpg2017-10-16
etnikaaccessoires 🇭🇹🇨🇦etnikaaccessoires 🇭🇹🇨🇦2017-10-16En attendant les photos de notre photographe officiel. Voici une prise de vue iamdavemars de collection sous le tête quand un Ayisienne rencontre les Premières Nations.Merci Dave ! https://scontent.cdninstagram.com/t51.2885-15/e35/p640x640/22582166_671166499737271_4869784050786631680_n.jpg2017-10-16
Jess GannawayJess Gannaway2017-10-16Human stories are my favourite.
They connect us and explain us and expose us to worlds far beyond our own experience.
They put us inside what it means to exist from another standpoint.
The story of these women will do that. I feel lucky to have been able to see their living up close.
7.30pm NITV tonight. I'll be watching with tissues.