The country's major funding provider for films is updating its eligibility criteria amid growing criticism that projects be primarily in English, French or an Indigenous language.
Filmmakers like Vancouver-based Mayumi Yoshida say Telefilm Canada's criteria are outdated and don't reflect the breadth of Canadian experiences, especially those of immigrants and people of colour.
Mayumi Yoshida is returning to The Man in the High Castle for the final season. In this exclusive interview, she talks about the Crown Princess’ return.
Interview: Mayumi Yoshida – “The Man in the High Castle” Star Talks About Returning to the Show She Never Left, Why the Asian-Canadian Film Scene is Special and More!
Back to Ones Podcast
Mayumi Yoshida, director, actor, producer & writer swings by to chat with us about taking on multiple roles in filmmaking, sometimes all at once! We talk about managing time and energy to do more on a project, discovering the story during the writing process, and the vital importance of story in a film.
YVR Screen Scene
In this introspective interview, Mayumi recounts the childhood experiences that shaped her storytelling sensibilities, reflects on her journey as an actress and filmmaker of colour, and dishes on the fourth and final season of The Man in the High Castle (including which High Castle actor is her real-life sensei).
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