The Nonhuman Rights Project have just selected one Brucke's illustrations for use in their '#FREEHAPPY' campaign, an ongoing fight to liberate Happy the elephant from The Bronx Zoo - after nearly a lifetime of her imprisonment.
We are happy to report that 'THE HUNGER AND THE CITY' has been awarded an honourable mention from the L.A. Underground Film Forum for "our vision and the film's unique contribution to cinema".
We are also pleased to announce that HUNGER was selected to screen at the Vancouver International Women in Film Festival as part of their shorts program.
Hats off to all the organizers of VIWFF and a big shout out to the other directors and producers who also screened their films.
Thank-you to Canada Council for the Arts and their generous support. We were able to attend the festival based on funding from the Arts Across Canada Program.
FILM SCREENING POSTER
Whitehall is pleased to announce her short film '7 WAYS TO TELL YOU ABOUT HIM' is screening as part of MOVING-IMAGE-ARTS INTERNATIONAL SHORT FILM FESTIVAL on Thursday, March 5th, 2020 at Ryerson School of Image Arts (122 Bond St. in Toronto, ON, Canada) at 7PM.
IMAGE FACTORY 323 - Ryerson University Feb 23-29, 2020
Featuring 35mm and digital photographs of farmed animals who are now living in sanctuaries; by Toronto based filmmakers/photographers Whitehall+Brucke
Gallery: Nassau Variety, 90 Nassau Street, Kensington Market, Toronto