Video

I film short video reports with a DSLR camera and a Zoom H4. Editing on Premiere Pro and Final Cut Pro X.

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LEXIT – UK left-wingers heading for EU exit

Ahead of the Brexit vote, prominent left-wingers Owen Jones, a columnist at the Guardian, and Jon Trickett, deputy chair of the Labour Party, explain why they think Britain should leave the EU.

Published on vieuws.eu 06/07/15
Interviews, camera, editing: Lorraine Mallinder

 

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It’s a no from Greece 

In July 2015, Greece voted no to austerity after a tumultuous week that captured international headlines. The country’s left-wing government stunned the world by announcing a referendum on austerity after eurozone negotiations on its debt collapsed. Eurozone partners upped the ante, billing the vote as a choice between the euro and the drachma. How do Greeks now feel about the EU?

Published on vieuws.eu 06/07/15
Interviews, camera, editing: Lorraine Mallinder

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La prison “la plus humaine du monde”


The world’s most humane prison

Un prison pas comme les autres. À Halden Fengsel, en Norvège, les chambres sont lumineuses, toutes avec salle de bains privée et des fenêtres sans barreaux.

Norway’s Halden Fengsel is unlike any other prison, with airy rooms, en-suite bathrooms and windows without bars.

Published by L’Actualité 07/04/16
Interviews: Jean-Christophe Laurence
Camera, editing: Lorraine Mallinder

 

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Lendemain de veille en Ecosse 


Aftermath of Scotland’s referendum

Lendemain de veille en Ecosse suite au référendum sur l’indépendance. Les ‘non’ ont gagné, mais les ‘oui’ ne semble pas prêts à abandoner la lutte.

Scotland decides to remain in the UK, but the political awakening of recent years looks set to continue.

Published by Montreal daily La Presse 19/09/14
Interviews: Jean-Christophe Laurence
Camera, editing: Lorraine Mallinder

 

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Orange Order marches in Scotland to keep UK intact 

Around 12,000 Orange Order members from N.Ireland and Scotland congregate in Edinburgh for a “Proud to be British” rally.

Published by The Irish Times 13/09/14
Interviews, camera, editing: Lorraine Mallinder

 

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Ados aux urnes 


Scotland’s youth vote

Des jeunes écossais de 16 et 17 ans votent pour la première fois au referendum sur l’independance.

Young first-time voters from Glasgow discuss Scotland’s indyref.

Published by Montreal daily La Presse 11/09/14
Interviews/narration: Jean-Christophe Laurence
Camera, editing: Lorraine Mallinder

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Kahnawake’s kick ass girls wrestling team

We visit a girls wrestling team in Kahnawake, a small Mohawk reserve just outside Montreal. These award-winning fighters also face challenges off the mat, confronting stereotypes about women in the sport.
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Interviews, camera, editing: Lorraine Mallinder

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Une grand-mère qui rage

 

A raging granny

Portrait de Marguerite Bilodeau, membre du groupe Raging Grannies à Montreal. Elle ecrit, compose, milite pour la paix et, surtout, refuse de fondre dans le décor.

Marguerite Bilodeau is a member of Montreal’s Raging Grannies. An accomplished writer, composer and activist, she is determined not to fade into the background.

Interviews/narration: Jean-Christophe Laurence
Camera, editing: Lorraine Mallinder

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Hijabista!

En 2013, l’Islam envahit le monde … de la mode. Trois hijabistas nous parlent foulards et paillettes.

A peek into the world of Islamic fashion. Three hijabistas talk scarves and sequins.

Interviews: Jean-Christophe Laurence
Camera, editing: Lorraine Mallinder

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Kahnawake Values

Quebec wants to ban items of religious faith like turbans and headscarves from public life. We head to the Mohawk reserve of Kahnawake to hear what the real founding people of this nation think.

Interviews/narration: Lorraine Mallinder
Camera, editing: Jean-Christophe Laurence