Cannes competition all revved up over First Nation filmmaker and his ’67 Cutlass

Laurie Hamelin
APTN National News
A First Nations filmmaker in Vancouver is getting International attention – and approval.

Gordon Loverin’s script, “Restoration,” written around his 1967 Oldsmobile Cutlass, which happens to be his pride and joy, was selected as one of the top ten finalists in the prestigious Cannes short screenplay competition.

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2 thoughts on “Cannes competition all revved up over First Nation filmmaker and his ’67 Cutlass

  1. Yes, I am very proud of my son, Gordon Loverin, in the work he does in film making. I think he chose the right profession and his efforts seem to be paying off. Give him an idea and he would have something for you and everyone. Awesomely wonderful Gordon.

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