Gail Noonan's short films celebrate human relations and the natural world with a sweeping range of artistic techniques, from collage to stop-motion animation. Her work cuts against the grain with humor and heart, tackling themes of justice and liberation, poetry and sexuality, and gender representation in the media. Fresh from a retrospective at the Northwest Film Center, Gail sits down with S.W. Conser in the KBOO studios to recount her nearly four-decade-long career in the world of Canadian independent film.
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