Episode Ten: Luvia Petersen

Episode Ten: Luvia Petersen

Luvia Petersen is a strong woman who plays strong women on screen. Luvia was nominated for a Canadian Screen Award for her work as ass-kicking future terrorist Garza on Continuum, and her filmography includes similarly ass-kicking roles on Ghost WarsThe Murders, and Michelle Muldoon’s highly anticipated film Last Stand To Nowhere, which re-imagines the Gunfight at the OK Corral with an all-female cast. Now, Luvia is bringing her strength, grit, and vision to the director’s chair, while still acting and still running Liquid Amber Tattoo and Art Collective, the tattoo parlour and gallery she co-founded in 2001. In this boisterous interview with Sabrina Furminger, Luvia talks directing, Vancouver’s thriving witch scene, and embodying strength on and off the screen.

This episode of the YVR Screen Scene Podcast is sponsored by Liquid Amber Tattoo and Arts Collective. http://www.liquidambertattoo.com

RELATED LINKS
https://www.yvrscreenscene.com/home/2018/2/18/luvia-petersen-on-powerful-ghost-wars-role-and-directing-dog-bite
https://www.vancourier.com/entertainment/being-luvia-petersen-1.946936

SOCIAL MEDIA
http://www.twitter.com/luvia_petersen
http://www.twitter.com/yvrscreenscene
http://www.twitter.com/sabrinarmf
http://www.facebook.com/yvrscreenscene

CREDITS
Host and executive producer: Sabrina Furminger
Editor: Simon Furminger
Producer: Paul Furminger
Technical support: Tyson Bradock
Original music: Dane Deviller

Episode Eleven: Amanda Tapping

Episode Eleven: Amanda Tapping

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Omari Newton: “Colour blind casting” is an absurd and insidious form of racism