Actress Taylor Hickson has filed a lawsuit against the production company of a film she shot in Winnipeg last winter after suffering a disfiguring facial injury.
Hickson, 20, was working on the set of the indie horror flick “Ghostland” in December 2016 when the director, Pascal Laugier, instructed her to crash through a glass door with her face next to the glass pane.
WINNIPEG — When Sam Karney set out to make a news piece about his father’s trapline, he unknowingly set the course for something much larger. This weekend, his one-hour documentary “A Life on the Line” debuts on APTN, revealing what turned out to be a heart-warming story about reconnecting with family, tradition, and history.
“For as long as I can remember, fur trapping has been in my life,” says Karney, a Métis filmmaker from Roblin, Manitoba. “My dad Chuck started working on a trapline when I was very young, so to me, the sights and smells became everyday things.”