I Am Still Your Child
Jessy, Sarah and Von are all familiar with the ups and downs of living with a parent who suffers from mental illness. This situation is extremely common and there can be serious long-term repercussions. I Am Still Your Child immerses us in a bewildering yet hopeful world through the stories of three compelling subjects who have found ways to cope and thrive. See the full documentary at CBC by following the link below.
Megan Durnford Is a Montreal writer and filmmaker.
After 15 years of writing for newspapers, multimedia projects and non-fiction books, Megan made her first foray into documentary film with just a lawn (2007) a short documentary about the dark side of “perfect” lawns. This film has been presented at 14 international film festivals.
In 2011, Megan directed Une Brique à la Fois, an affectionate portrayal of four Quebec adult Lego builders. This 45 min documentary was nominated for a golden sheaf award (documentary arts/culture) at the Yorkton film festival. It has been broadcast on canal d in Quebec.
Megan has studied documentary film at the summer institute of film and television in Ottawa and at IDFAcademy in Amsterdam. She is currently in postproduction on a short film about an exceptional American child psychologist. Megan, a lifelong environmental activist, is also in development on a film about an innovative therapeutic garden.