This documentary by renowned filmmaker Kenneth J. Harvey is a touching portrait of Canadian artist Mary Pratt who passed away in 2018. A painter of everyday scenes, she is best known for her still lifes and masterful use of light. Featuring 50 years of archival images and the artist’s final interview before her death, the film reveals Pratt’s humour and insight. An incredible journey into the work of this immensely talented woman.
|Director||Kenneth J. Harvey|
|Cinematography||Kenneth J Harvey|
Kenneth J. Harvey
Born in St. John’s, Newfoundland in 1962, Kenneth Harvey is an internationally acclaimed writer, filmmaker, journalist and photographer. His films have been screened in over fifty festivals around the world and have received numerous critical acclaim. In addition to his film career, Harvey has written editorials for several Canadian newspapers and held the prestigious position of Writer-in-Residence at the University of New Brunswick and Memorial University of Newfoundland. He is also the creator of the ReLit Awards, which recognize literary works.