Alan Comeau is joined on stage with the cast and crew of the film The Road Back: Alan Comeau, Acadia Hospital communications officer and producer of the film; Faith Bishop, Hermon High School student and screenwriter/director of the film; Natalie Johnson, Hermon High School student and “Allie” in the film; and Lucas Holmes, Hampden Academy student and musician/composer for the film. (in English)
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Sing Loudly and Carry a Big Stick
BY MONIQUE BOUCHARD
@ VOL 4
ON MAR 09, 2012
By day, Monique Bouchard is a graphic designer and communications director who lives in Bangor's Old Town with her husband and son, but on weekends, she travels back in time where she is... Aneleda Falconbridge, Bard of Kings. (in English)
Mystery Weekend 2014
BY BRAD PENISTON
@ VOL 11
ON FEB 21, 2014
Brad Peniston, an editor in Washington, D.C, and his brother James, a sculptor in West Philly, take a trip every winter to try something new and exciting. This year, they decided to go to Bangor and uncovered the history there and show case some cool people in the area by organizing a PechKucha Night there.
What Hollywood Has Taught Me
BY CHANDLER SMITH
@ VOL 4
ON MAR 20, 2014
Did you know the average person watches 14,400 movies in their lifetime? Chandler Smith loves watching movies, and discusses some of the useful lessons she has picked up from the movies she has seen.
"Presentation of the Day" on April 7, 2014.
At the End of the Gravel Road (lessons learned about the importance and necessity of a well-balanced, vibrant life)
BY MICHELLE MCGRATH
@ VOL 14
ON AUG 27, 2015
The farm at the end of the “gravel road” where Michelle grew up taught her a lot, and still is. Traveling back home to the farm allows her to walk that road and reflect on her journey. Dr. Michelle McGrath will share her story about what the gravel road taught her about balance and success.
How My Search for Community Brought Me Back Home
BY DANIELLE HOLLIS
@ VOL 3
ON MAY 12, 2016
"I have met some of the greatest people in the process..how my search for community brought me back home."
In "How My Search for Community Brought Me Back Home", from PechaKucha Night Batavia Vol.3, Danielle Hollis, invites us all to "trust the process" as we all search for ways to feel like a part of something bigger than ourselves. Danielle has recently moved back to her hometown of Batavia. As an excecutive Director of Water Street Studios, a not-for-profit community arts centre, defines community through a series of personal life events.
This was "PechaKucha of the Day" on Tuesday, November 22nd, 2016.
Vientianale on the Road
BY HELENE OUVRARD
@ VOL 7
ON SEP 14, 2017
When the Vientianale film-festival turns off the lights for another year, so begins 'Vientianale on the Road'. Helene Ouvard takes us on the road less travelled through Lao provinces from Bokeo to Champassak. Stopping at villages and schools, where make-shift screens are set up, or in reclaimed halls, we witness the sheer excitement of those taking part in a film workshop, or enjoying the best of recent Lao films.
Turn me around and take me back to the start…
BY VANESSA COXHEAD
@ VOL 35
ON JUN 01, 2018
Vanessa Coxhead, the co-founder of PechaKucha Night Christchurch 10 years ago, took us on a tour of the early days of PK in Christchurch. Tickets to the first event in 2008 cost $8 and expectations were low. The event sold out as did subsequent volumes and it changed her life. Vanessa shared memories of developing the format in a city and some of the stories that she would never have heard if it were not for PechaKucha.