Runtime: 3 mins 23 sec
Director:  Johanna J. Lunn

Daughter. Wife. Mother. These are labels many women consciously, and unconsciously wear. But when these roles dissolve, who is left? In this short documentary animated by Sarita McNeil, filmmaker Johanna Lunn reaches out to her father to help sort it all out.

The catch?
He’s been dead for 15 years. 

DIRECTOR – Johanna J. Lunn

An award-winning producer, director, and writer, Johanna has contributed to many compelling, entertaining, and thought-provoking programs. Her work has received 8 Gemini nominations in Canada and taken home 3 trophies. She’s produced over 150 hours of television series & one-offs as an in-house executive producer, and made independent documentaries for her own companies, Wild East Productions & Centre East Media. Titles include Hot Docs International Film Festival winner Forgiveness: Stories for Our Time, as well as international favourite An Uncommon King, and Going On. She worked as Director of Programming for Alliance Atlantis and played a key role in the launch of IFC – The Independent Film Channel in Canada. Prior to that, Johanna was Head of Independent Production for CTV. She created Viewfinders, the first competitive international children’s film festival in English-speaking Canada, and was Artistic Director of the Atlantic Film Festival.