Martha | Canadian Premiere

The NATIONAL FILM BOARD OF CANADA proudly presents the Canadian premiere of Martha, a film by Vancouver director Daniel Schubert.

Watch starting January 27, 2021, for free on NFB.ca and the NFB’s YouTube channel.

Filmmaker Daniel Schubert visits his grandmother, Martha, in this warm, intimate portrait of an unrelenting survivor.

Martha is produced by Teri Snelgrove and Shirley Vercruysse at the National Film Board of Canada’s BC & Yukon Studio in Vancouver, BC.

Martha | Canadian Premiere

The NATIONAL FILM BOARD OF CANADA proudly presents the Canadian premiere of Martha, a film by Vancouver director Daniel Schubert.

Watch starting January 27, 2021, for free on NFB.ca and the NFB’s YouTube channel.

Filmmaker Daniel Schubert visits his grandmother, Martha, in this warm, intimate portrait of an unrelenting survivor.

Martha is produced by Teri Snelgrove and Shirley Vercruysse at the National Film Board of Canada’s BC & Yukon Studio in Vancouver, BC.

Martha | Canadian Premiere

The NATIONAL FILM BOARD OF CANADA proudly presents the Canadian premiere of Martha, a film by Vancouver director Daniel Schubert.

Watch starting January 27, 2021, for free on NFB.ca and the NFB’s YouTube channel.

Filmmaker Daniel Schubert visits his grandmother, Martha, in this warm, intimate portrait of an unrelenting survivor.

Martha is produced by Teri Snelgrove and Shirley Vercruysse at the National Film Board of Canada’s BC & Yukon Studio in Vancouver, BC.

Martha | Canadian Premiere

The NATIONAL FILM BOARD OF CANADA proudly presents the Canadian premiere of Martha, a film by Vancouver director Daniel Schubert.

Watch starting January 27, 2021, for free on NFB.ca and the NFB’s YouTube channel.

Filmmaker Daniel Schubert visits his grandmother, Martha, in this warm, intimate portrait of an unrelenting survivor.

Martha is produced by Teri Snelgrove and Shirley Vercruysse at the National Film Board of Canada’s BC & Yukon Studio in Vancouver, BC.

Martha | Canadian Premiere

The NATIONAL FILM BOARD OF CANADA proudly presents the Canadian premiere of Martha, a film by Vancouver director Daniel Schubert.

Watch starting January 27, 2021, for free on NFB.ca and the NFB’s YouTube channel.

Filmmaker Daniel Schubert visits his grandmother, Martha, in this warm, intimate portrait of an unrelenting survivor.

Martha is produced by Teri Snelgrove and Shirley Vercruysse at the National Film Board of Canada’s BC & Yukon Studio in Vancouver, BC.

Martha | Canadian Premiere

The NATIONAL FILM BOARD OF CANADA proudly presents the Canadian premiere of Martha, a film by Vancouver director Daniel Schubert.

Watch starting January 27, 2021, for free on NFB.ca and the NFB’s YouTube channel.

Filmmaker Daniel Schubert visits his grandmother, Martha, in this warm, intimate portrait of an unrelenting survivor.

Martha is produced by Teri Snelgrove and Shirley Vercruysse at the National Film Board of Canada’s BC & Yukon Studio in Vancouver, BC.

Martha | Canadian Premiere

The NATIONAL FILM BOARD OF CANADA proudly presents the Canadian premiere of Martha, a film by Vancouver director Daniel Schubert.

Watch starting January 27, 2021, for free on NFB.ca and the NFB’s YouTube channel.

Filmmaker Daniel Schubert visits his grandmother, Martha, in this warm, intimate portrait of an unrelenting survivor.

Martha is produced by Teri Snelgrove and Shirley Vercruysse at the National Film Board of Canada’s BC & Yukon Studio in Vancouver, BC.

Martha | Canadian Premiere

The NATIONAL FILM BOARD OF CANADA proudly presents the Canadian premiere of Martha, a film by Vancouver director Daniel Schubert.

Watch starting January 27, 2021, for free on NFB.ca and the NFB’s YouTube channel.

Filmmaker Daniel Schubert visits his grandmother, Martha, in this warm, intimate portrait of an unrelenting survivor.

Martha is produced by Teri Snelgrove and Shirley Vercruysse at the National Film Board of Canada’s BC & Yukon Studio in Vancouver, BC.

Jason Camp and the Posers presents: an extravaganza of sights, sounds ,and songs for a severely severed socialite society or something in association with Begelco.tm or something

In the depths of the great potluck ban of 2020, Jason Camp and The Posers recorded a live basement session on Haida Gwaii. Showcasing some new songs on a boring afternoon, some of the lost chronicles of Jonny Begel and his quest to return to his motherland, and some reminders that its good to focus on trying to smile as the world crumbles around you. So lean back and settle in, and join the Haida trio as they help you waste another afternoon.