***This six-part series was originally created as a feature length article at Langara College’s journalism department. The series shows the faces of some of B.C.’s film industry workers who are affected by the recent decline in jobs. Some of them are involved in the #SaveBCFilm movement, others are relocating or reinventing themselves professionally. But all are passionate film lovers, and great people.***
Lisa Bunting. Photo: Michael Ford Photography
Angela, a red-haired woman in her early forties paces back and forth, alone in a brightly lit room. Her body is tense and she looks around her like an animal trapped in a cage. Angela sees the cameras, which are hanging discreetly in the corners of the room and shouts furiously at the large mirror: “Why aren’t you blaming her?”
The door opens, and a young woman enters.
“Hi Angela, I am your nurse. Could you please sit down so we can talk about what just happened in the lounge?” Continue reading