CBC NATURE of THings
SEALS of SABLE
DIRECTED BY: Teresa MacInnes
PRODUCED BY: Teresa MacInnes
A Sea to Sea Production for CBC Nature of Things, with the participation of Canada Media Fund, and the support of the Nova Scotia Production Incentive.
Sable Island, NS, is home to the largest breeding colony of grey seals in the world. Over the course of a year we will get to know the seals and meet the scientists who have been studying them for over 40 years. Known as one of the planet’s greatest natural laboratories on earth, it is one of the most well recognized marine mammal research projects that attract biologists and researchers from around the world.
9PM and MIDNIGHT (EsT)
FEATURE DOCUMENTARY, 2019
DIRECTED BY: Nance Ackerman, Teresa MacInnes
and Ariella Pahlke
PRODUCED BY: Teresa MacInnes and Annette Clarke
A Sea to Sea and National Film Board of Canada
While the number of women in prison rises dramatically worldwide, three Canadian filmmakers embark on a unique collaboration with women on the inside – to imagine what they would have needed in their lives to avoid incarceration. They paint, photograph, storyboard and sing. They share cameras and microphones. They envision a more ideal world –authoring their own narratives, and societal solutions, through art.