Wednesday, October 15
Salvation Army Citadel
4030 Douglas Street, near the corner of McKenzie Ave and the Pat Bay Highway
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Exciting Guest Speaker
Film Commissioner, Vancouver Island South Film & Media Commission
Did the filming last year of “Gracepoint” in our town get your attention? “How did it land” in Victoria? How can we be a part of it? It certainly was covered
extensively in the local press and it did intrigue your Program Committee. You won't want to miss this evening for an informative and fun-filled chat with
Bio: Kathleen Gilbert was born in Ontario. She attended the University of Calgary Fine Arts Department and went on to graduate with distinction from the University of Ottawa with a degree in Communications. She is a well-known member of the Greater Victoria film industry. A member of the Director’s Guild of Canada for 13 years, Kathleen brings to her role 18 years of film experience, 65 productions, and 20 years of Vancouver Island location-scouting. Her goals here in Victoria include developing “a sense of community involvement” by involving local businesses and getting them excited about increasing film production in our area. Come and enjoy Kathleen's behind-the-scenes tales, personal film-related stories and a wee bit of Vancouver Island South Film and Media Commission history.
CFUW-Victoria will GO GREEN this year. Please bring your own mug to our meetings for coffee/tea/juice to support our Green efforts.
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