National Film Board of Canada brings four emotional and intimate stories to Lunenburg Doc Fest

National Film Board

The 2022 Lunenburg Doc Fest will feature four NFB-produced and co-produced documentaries by Jeremiah Hayes (Dear Audrey, 2021), Tanya Tagaq and Chelsea McMullan (Ever Deadly, 2022), Daniel Léger (The Artisans, 2018) and Melaw Nakehk’o (K’i Tah Amongst the Birch, 2020).

Audiences at the festival will be treated to a powerful mix of NFB non-fiction storytelling, with tales of courage and creativity from here in the Maritimes, across Canada and far into the North.

The festival runs from September 22 to 28 in Lunenburg, Nova Scotia, and documentary lovers will have the chance to watch the films in person or stream them online.

NFB lineup

Dear Audrey by Jeremiah Hayes | 89 min | 2021

Friday, September 23, at 1:30 p.m. | Lunenburg Opera House

Followed by a Q&A with Jeremiah Hayes and Martin Duckworth

Producers: Jeremiah Hayes and André Barro for Cineflix Media; Annette Clarke for the NFB’s Quebec and Atlantic Studio in Montreal

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