Brain Lint is working on a new factual television show called “One Stitch At A Time” for Shaw Spotlight. It is a half hour series about embroidery: its history & cultural significance plus its current traditions. Stay tuned for release dates.
We are currently looking for crew members. As it is for community television all cast and crew are volunteers. If you’d like to join our crew, send us an email with your experience/resume to info “at” brainlint.ca.
We will continue to post updates about the progress of Motherless here, but the film’s website is live at:
Brain Lint Productions is honoured to have been entrusted with the option for the beautiful book ‘Motherless’ by Gabriel Horn – White Deer of Autumn. We will keep you up to date on this exciting journey.
Failure shouldn’t be such a scary word; from failure we grow and learn. Yet most of us will go to great lengths to avoid it. Why?
Through interviews with people of different talents and disciplines, we learn about times when things weren’t going exactly perfect for them, how they got through it, and how they face future challenges.
The Winnipeg edition will be out in early 2018. Click here for more information about the book and its contributors.
According to a study at Washington University in St. Louis, listening to speech that is accented is more difficult for the brain to process than listening to your native speech. For people with hearing loss, it can be even harder, researchers say.
For this reason, Brain Lint Productions is beginning a series called NAA (North American Accent). NAA will take classic British books and make them into audiobooks with a standard North American accent.
The first in this series is beloved children’s classic, Peter Rabbit by Beatrix Potter . Our second title will be Emma by Jane Austen.
Email us at info “at” brainlint.ca to suggest a title you’d like to hear.
Our new show, Pied is in production now. Episode 1 is now available. Stay tuned for updates on Episode 2.
If you like to keep up to date, but don’t have time to sit and read the news, try Spoken Editions on iTunes. Our Barbara Best is one of the voices responsible for bringing you these news podcasts.
Our short film, Tea, is in post production. Stay tuned for more information about a release date.
The lovely book Motherless by Gabriel Horn has now been released as an audiobook – narrated by our own Barbara Best.
Check it out on Audible.
Congratulations to our friends over at the Junction Players on their excellent production of A Christmas Carol the musical (directed by our own Barbara Best).