I Heard Her Angry Once (1979) by Nora Hutchinson

I Heard Her Angry Once (1979) by Nora Hutchinson

I Heard Her Angry Once (1979) (21:00) (Salem, Canada)
In Distribution
by Nora Hutchinson

A portrait of two women: a Menonite living in Salem, Ontario is juxtaposed with an First Nations woman from the Whitedog Indian Reserve. The women discuss their pasts, their philosophies of life, death, religion and the supernatural.

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Artist Biography

Nora Hutchinson has a substantial career in producing and directing numerous works in video, perfromance and installation. She has taught media arts at The Ontario College of Art and Design, The University of Guelph and York University. Hutchinson has shown her work both locally and internationally. In 1998 she received her MFA from the University of Guelph. Her awards include The Leslie Neilson Award, The Portland Oregon Award for Film and Video and The Video Roma Award.


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