Dust, a Sculptor's Journey
In 2009, Tellastory films produced the documentary Dust, a Sculptor's Journey. Film critic Bill Brownstein wrote about about the film for the Gazette:
'In Dust, Jeanne Pope laments the end of a great era on the Main, with the passing of Lewis and his hard-luck filmmaker crony Ryan Larkin. But the focus here is more on Lewis's art and turbulent times in the final years of his life.
Dust is a heartfelt and much deserved homage to a most misunderstood man. Complex and complexed on so many levels, Lewis also possessed a childlike innocence - which attracted Pope and so many others. And don't forget that the man also had a way with marble. '
(Read more about Stanley Lewis)
IN 2010, Tellastoryfilms and 2BA teamed up to make Chez Lise.
We are a collective - making films with micro budgets, pooling resources and working with like-minded people.
Our mission is telling stories and sharing experiences - for when you delve deeper we all have a story to tell.
Our motto is DIY - Do It Yourself! Take the camera and film, take the pen and write! But do it with passion and respect.
Our base is Montreal - and we celebrate the people and places of this city.
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