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“Ingrid & the Black Hole is a small miracle.” – Fern TV: Blood in the Snow Review
 

“One of my favourites at BITS this year, Ingrid & the Black Hole offers a wondrous look at memory, time…A poignant and beautifully executed short film.” – Hye’s Musings, BITS 2016 Shorts
 
Highly recommended: Leah Johnston’s Ingrid & the Black Hole for saving herself the transition as she switched eras within the same scene, also giving us a sense of time travel. It’s a very smart storytelling technique that fits in with the genre….a heartbreaking story, delicately told. Should not be missed.”- Never Think Impossible: Fantasia Film Review

 

“A poignant and imaginatively constructed film that just may leave you in tears.”- Mitch Davis, Programmer Fantasia International Film Festival
 

HYE’S MUSINGS: Bits 2016 Shorts: Ingrid and the Black Hole by Leah Johnston

FERN TV: Two Opposites at Blood in the Snow

THE HORROR SECTION: Bloody Short Cuts

LOCAL XPRESS: Alzheimer’s, police shootings in focus at Reel East Coast Shorts Gala

NEVER THINK IMPOSSIBLE: Fantasia Film Review: International Science Fiction Short Film Showcase 2016

WE ARE MOVING STORIES: Ingrid at Fantasia International Film Festival

TORONTO LIFE- The five Canadian films rocking Cannes this week

CBC CANADA- Cannes Film Festival: Canada has strong presence with 5 films, 2 jury members

CBC NS: Nova Scotia filmmaker Leah Johnston heads to Cannes Film Festival

94.1 EAST COAST FM- Interview about Leah Johnston’s upcoming trip to Cannes

THE TELEGRAM: Local woman makes waves in the screen industry

HERALD ARTS & LIFE: Truro filmmakers recognized at Wave Awards

PENINSULA NEWS: Filmmaker wins 35K to make film