Veslemøy’s Song

Direction
Year
2018
Country
  • Canada
Runtime
9min
Audio Tracks
Subtitles

The film follows a young woman named Audrey Benac who delves into the archives of the New York Public Library in search of a rare recording produced in 1909 titled Veslemøy’s Song. Shot on hand-processed black and white 16mm, the film investigates the faded legacy of the once celebrated Canadian musician, Kathleen Parlow.

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  • Original Title
    Veslemøy’s Song
  • Direction
  • Screenplay
    Sofia Bohdanowicz
  • Cinematography
    Sofia Bohdanowicz
  • Editing
    Sofia Bohdanowicz
  • Runtime
    9 min (1-15 min.)
  • Year
    2018
  • Country
    • Canada
  • Format
    • Black & White
  • Distribution
  • Festivals
    • Locarno Film Festival, Switzerland, 2018
    • Toronto International Film Festival, Toronto 2018
    • Vancouver International Film Festival, Vancouver 2018
    • New York Film Festival, New York City 2018
    • BFI London FIlm Festival, London 2018
    • Festival du nouveau cinéma, Montréal, Canada, 2018
    • Verin International Short Film Festival, Verin, 2018
    • Stockholm International Film Festival, Stockholm, 2018
    • Doclisboa, Portugal, 2019

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