Joan just returned – very excited and inspired – from Peterborough, Ontario, where our film Living on the Edge was screened at the 11th ReFrame Peterborough International Film Festival. Our film was graciously sponsored by Alan and Linda Slavin, Transition Town Peterborough (TTP), Trent University Environmental and Resource Studies/Science (ERS), Unitarian Fellowship of Peterborough, Peterborough-Kawartha Federal NDP, and Sustainable Trent. Our film attracted an amazing crowd of about 250 people for the 10 am screening on a cold, wet Saturday morning. Very impressive! Here is another image of Joan on stage immediately after the screening, taking questions. Later that same day, Joan joined two other filmmakers – Clarke Mackey and Sean Liliani – at the Bourbon Barrel Saloon for a panel discussion about filmmaking and activism, moderated by Aisha Jamal, a filmmaker, university instructor and ReFrame board member. From what Joan tells me, ReFrame was “just great!” – great people, great films (Joan particularly loved “Finding Vivian Maier”), great food (she was in heaven with all the organic gluten-free vegan fare available!), great city, great logistics, great festival. I think that Joan is already thinking about returning next year to ReFrame! Thanks, Krista English and your super staff and volunteers for all your support and encouragement! All photos by Anna Lemay.