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Joyful Threads Productions (JTP) is the creative home for the collaborative and solo work of carla bergman and Corin Browne. We are community engaged artists, producers and filmmakers. 

JTP also includes a few more artists who we are thrilled to collaborate with (bios/pages coming soon).

Below are links to our various projects and our bios.

Corin Browne is a videomaker, media educator, and organizer who has been working as a community engaged artist for over 15 years. In addition to independent film work, primarily in documentary and news magazine formats, Corin is the co-artistic director of Housing Matters Media Project, founding member of the nationally recognized Summer Visions Film Institute for Youth, and Resident Filmmaker at Templeton Secondary School where she has been joyfully mentoring young media makers for an entire generation. With an academic background in critical media education (MA Communication, SFU) and digital media production, Corin is interested in creating media-based projects that explore notions of community, place, radical democracy, social justice and memory.  Corin’s projects have ranged from a low-watt pirate television project to Bollywood-style Public Service Announcements educating farmworkers about pesticide contamination and large-scale, multi-phased media-art projects exploring the impact of the housing crisis on young artists and youth  living in government care (www.housingmattersmedia.com). Her recent projects include Common Notions, a documentary exploring youth liberation through the lens of an arts and activism center in Vancouver, and EMMA Talks, a women’s speaker series.

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