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We have another podcast!

An Unscripted Spectacle: Wrestling with Wrestling

Marshall is utterly obsessed with professional wrestling. Sara is utterly perplexed by professional wrestling. On each episode of An Unscripted Spectacle, Marshall and Sara talk with a different guest from the world of wrestling -- promoters, referees, journalists, and current and past stars of the squared circle -- to talk deeply about the strange magic of professional wrestling that has enchanted Marshall his whole life. Can they turn Sara into a fellow connoisseur of pro wrestling? She'll need some convincing.

Brought to you by Kayfabe News: Unreal news about an unreal sport.

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WE'RE MAKING FILMS!

SEE US IN ACTION!

Hip Hop Hope

A new documentary - Coming soon

In partnership with Wilfrid Laurier University, Kitchener Public Library, Waterloo Region Community Foundation and The Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada. 

 

The Ref Didn't See It!

A new documentary - Coming soon

 

The real story of how referees earn their stripes to enforce the rules of an unreal sport, in partnership with the creators of Kayfabe News

Playtime: The Movie

A beloved childhood toy can spark joy in even the most grown-up grownups.

There's some inexplicable magic about holding -- about playing with -- a toy from our ever-receding youth. Nobody understands that joy better than Robbie Da Silva. Robbie runs a shop called 3D Vintage Toys, Stuff, and Things. Every day, Robbie meets customers who feel a deep personal connection to some peculiar item on his shelves -- a particular action figure, or an old videogame, a novelty fad -- and, on the best days, the one elusive item someone has sought in a lifetime of collecting. Toys are our first tangible connections to reality as babies, helping learn about reality through our five senses -- and our sense of empathy. Playtime: The Movie is a story about the joy of simple pleasures, and the healing power of childlike wonder in an increasingly noisy, complicated world.

 

A film by Sara Geidlinger

Screenplay by Marshall Ward & Colin Hunter

Music by Zack Bryson

Art by Esther Sanchez

A Bonn Park Production with the support of the Region of Waterloo Arts Fund.

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KWBS: Our Story

A historical and forward-looking film about a pioneering non-profit bilingual school in Waterloo

Many of our most formative moments happen at school, even if we don't realize it at the time. The classroom, the schoolyard, the friendships, the powerful connections made between teachers and students. These experiences shape our lives, but usually live in our memories and yearbooks. Imagine if there was a documentary about your school, your classmates, and your teachers? KWBS: Our Story is an intimate look at the Kitchener-Waterloo Bilingual School, a special institution that has, for more than half a century, helped shape the lives of countless families. The film features insights from members of the KWBS community, past and present, and perfectly exemplifies a collaborative school-wide project created by students, written on a bright and colourful banner: "Together, we can do something wonderful."

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