Don’t start here! Go one ep back! This is part 2 of 2 of our conversation with documentary filmmakers Omar Mouallem and Dylan Rhys Howard, creators of “Digging in the Dirt” — a documentary film about addiction, suicide, and men's mental health in the Alberta oil sands.
We dive into the social, economical, and emotional expectations of men in the oil & gas culture with Omar Mouallem and Dylan Rhys Howard. “Digging in the Dirt” (on CBC Gem) focuses on addiction, suicide, and men’s mental health in the Alberta oil sands.
Four ladies found each other after each losing their spouses. Their connection led them to start a business together — one that would help others learn how to handle life’s hardships or how to be there for others going through hard times.
It’s friends like these that make us miss being in each other’s personal presence that much more and also friends like these that remind us what presence even means — as actors, as producers, as creative forces of nature.
From a young age, Erin envisioned her future self as a blooming Bettie Page. Today, you can not only catch her in stunning pin-up photos, she’s on-stage, behind the camera, and regularly on the mic with her own Sonar Network podcast The Bed Post Podcast.
Did we interview one of Caleigh’s exes? Did we shove a joke-a-minute into this new favourite episode? Is this one big sponsored ad for Whirlpool? MOSTLY, NO. ONE-AND-A-HALF YESES. (But actually sponsored by the dating app, Hiii.)
Instead of spending half an hour adding to your Corona anxiety, we're talking about another reason to lock your doors and say goodbye to the sun; Stalkers. Learn about some of our creepy experiences and the takeaways (along with professional advice).