Learn about what it was like to shoot in the south slave region of the Northwest Territories on the recent film Cold Road. In conversation with Writer/Director/ Producer Kelvin Redvers as he explores his experience and lessons learned from the production, on the road and working as an interprovincial co-production. Cast in Attendance : Roseanne Supernault, Taylor Kinequon.
Kelvin Redvers is a multiple award-winning Aboriginal filmmaker and actor. Born and raised in the small town of Hay River, Northwest Territories, Canada, at the age of 15 he started a video production company called Crosscurrent Productions.
His first step into the world of major film festivals was with his narrative short film, The Dancing Cop, which had its world premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival, and a subsequent international premiere at the Oldenburg International Film Festival.
In television, Redvers created the concept for the documentary series "High Arctic Haulers", airing on CBC primetime television September 2019, while also acting as a Consulting Producer and Director on the show. Around the time that show was being developed, he also co-created the We Matter Campaign with his sister Tunchai - a national multi-media and social media campaign that supports Indigenous youth with issues around mental health. We Matter has tens of thousands of followers, and millions of views online.