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CPFF Interview: Rebekah Miskin

“Women supporting other women is vital to truly shifting how women are treated and represented both on-screen and off. And one would think that in a post “me too” world, this would be obvious.”

Behind the Scenes Still of Night Owl
Taken by photographer Madi Chambers.

Tell us a little bit about yourself and how you got involved with filmmaking.

Tell us about Night Owl. Where did the idea come from?

What was it like shooting in an actual supermarket? Were there any restrictions or rules about what you could and couldn’t do?

There are so many great characters in the series, how did you come up with each of them?

Behind the Scenes Still of Night Owl

Can you tell us about some/all of the other amazing women who worked on this film?

Tell us about why you are a feminist and why it’s important to your filmmaking.

Behind the Scenes Still of Night Owl

Who are your favourite women working in the film industry?

What’s the best advice about filmmaking you’ve ever received?

What are you working on now/next?

What are your three favourite smells?

In honour of National Ice Cream Month, if you were reincarnated as an ice cream flavour, what would it be?

Finally, recommend one #MUFFApproved** film for our blog readers!



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Seana Stevenson

Journalist, Photographer, Social Media Content Manager: TIFF. Former: Creative Producer: The MUFF Society. Based in Toronto.