Ingrid and the Black Hole is a tale of children and time travel, and is also a commentary on Alzheimer’s disease.
BravoFACT, a foundation dedicated to supporting Canadian shorts, partnered with Women in Filmmaking and Television Atlantic (WIFT-AT) to launch a pitch contest at WIFT-AT’s annual Women Making Waves conference held on Sunday in Halifax.
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