CBC's Daybreak Alberta interviewed filmmaker Brandy Yanchyk about her new documentary Ms. Scientist. Hear the interview here: https://www.cbc.ca/listen/shows/daybreak-alberta/episode/15589931. The full documentary is available online here: https://watch.cbc.ca/media/media/absolutely-canadian/episode-17/38e815a-00f433343a9
CBC News wrote an online story about Brandy Yanchyk's new documentary Ms. Scientist. Here is the link to read "Documentary explores challenges faced by Canadian women scientists": https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/british-columbia/documentary-explores-challenges-faced-by-canadian-women-scientists-1.4807122. You can watch the full documentary here: https://watch.cbc.ca/media/media/absolutely-canadian/episode-17/38e815a-00f433343a9
CBC News interviewed filmmaker Brandy Yanchyk about her new documentary "Ms. Scientist". "Female scientists tell Edmonton filmmaker about their passion and challenges of the work." Read the article here: https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/edmonton/ms-scientist-documentary-challenges-faced-by-women-scientists-1.4807162
You can watch the full documentary online here on CBC: https://watch.cbc.ca/media/media/absolutely-canadian/episode-17/38e815a-00f433343a9
Brandy Yanchyk was interviewed by CBC's North by Northwest about her new documentary Ms. Scientist. "Many women enter careers in science, but leave because of roadblocks and challenges, according to a new documentary film." Listen to the interview here: https://www.cbc.ca/listen/shows/north-by-northwest/episode/15589686
You can watch the full documentary here on CBC: https://watch.cbc.ca/media/media/absolutely-canadian/episode-17/38e815a-00f433343a9
Brandy Yanchyk's new documentary Ms. Scientist is airing on CBC TV now and Canadians can watch this documentary online here: https://watch.cbc.ca/media/media/absolutely-canadian/episode-17/38e815a-00f433343a9
We are out and about filming season two of my travel series #SeeingCanada. One of the highlights has been visiting the remote Sable Island National Park Reserve in Nova Scotia. We were on One Ocean Expeditions Fins and Fiddles trip. It was wonderful learning all about the wild horses on Sable Island from Parks Canada guide Sarah Medill. She has her PhD on these wonderful horses. You'll be able to see the wild #horses and the rest of the series in 2019 on #PBS and on CreateTV.
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My documentary "Ambassadors of the Sky" airs on PBS channel KSPS at 730pm tonight. "Ambassadors of the Sky" is a documentary about how Canada is leading the way when it comes to dark sky preservation and the fight against light pollution. The film takes us to dark sky preserves in Wood Buffalo, Jasper and Elk Island National Parks where the public is learning about the importance of protecting the night sky for the health of humans and wildlife.
Thrilled to be able to offer my documentary #FindingEdgeRoad for the world to rent.
“Finding Edge Road” shows how immigration is changing and challenging a small city in Finland. It explores how the city of Lieksa in Eastern Finland near the Russian border is dealing with a recent influx of new asylum seekers from Somalia and Iraq. The newcomers have moved to vacant council flats on a street called “Edge Road.” Finding Edge Road has aired on CBC's Documentary channel.
We made the newspaper #IPWDaily at #IPW18! It's been an incredible experience here in Denver. It's my fourth IPW and I'm having loads of fun networking and being pitched stories for my new travel TV series #SeeingtheUSA which will air on #PBS! IPW is the travel industry's premier international marketplace and the largest generator of travel to the U.S. This year it was in Denver, Colorado.