Mr. Sanderson


Synopsis

Mr. Sanderson is an intimate documentary featuring Ray Sanderson, a single father who lost his vision due to gun violence. He provides inspiration to have courage and helps the viewers seeing things differently.


Awards

  • 2015 - Jury Favorite, short film and cinematography award – Présence autochtone Festival, Montreal

Film path

Regard sur le court métrage au Saguenay (Canada, 2015)

Festival Présence Autochtone (Canada, 2015)


Film crew

Participation Ray Sanderson, Stewart Richard, Charlene Richard, Phoenix Sanderson, Freeman Gambler, John Neapew, Joe McKay, Richard Bourgeois, Brad Belhumeur, Ernie Urbanowski Directors Ray Sanderson & Terrie McIntosh In Collaboration with the Wapikoni Mobile Team Camera Clint Moosetail, Grant Nepinak, Terrie McIntosh, Charlene Richard, Brent Moosetail, John Neapew, Marie Dieltin, Francois Laurent Sound Clint Moosetail, Grant Nepinak, Terrie McIntosh, Emma Kroeker Editing Francois Laurent Music Blanket on the Ground, by Daniel Menard Footprints in the Sand, by Ray Sanderson Local Coordinator Terrie McIntosh Filmmaker Mentors Francois Laurent, Marie Dieltin Youth Outreach Worker Emma Kroeker