Who Inspires You?

Who Inspires You? - Poster

Who Inspires You?

Year: 2016
Producer: Simon Paradis
Genre: Entertainment
Host: Miriam Fahmy

Artists, thinkers and creators of all stripes tell us what inspires their work. A starting point that takes us into their creative process, in their own words.

Episodes

Episode 1: Moe Clark

Who Inspires You? In this episode, multidisciplinary vocal artist Moe Clark tells Miriam Fahmy how her mentor, Rhiannon, inspires her.

Episode 2: Zach Fraser

Who Inspires You? In this episode, Zach Fraser, actor, director and puppeteer, tells Miriam Fahmy how the Handspring Puppet Company inspires him.

Episode 3: Jenny Salgado

Who Inspires You? In this episode, Jenny Salgado, songwriter and musician tells Miriam Fahmy why Haiti’s Fort Dimanche inspires her.

Episode 4: Tim Dallet

Who Inspires You? In this episode, Tim Dallet, media performance-installation artist, tells Miriam Fahmy how artists Ulrike Rosenbach and Dan Graham inspire him.

Episode 5: Jessica Salomon

Who Inspires You? In this episode, standup comic Jessica Salomon, tells Miriam Fahmy why Jon Stewart inspired her.

Episode 6: Mark Lawes

Who Inspires You? In this episode, actor, director and author Mark Lawes, tells Miriam Fahmy how Marshall McLuhan inspired his work.

Episode 7: Eunice Bélidor

Who Inspires You? In this episode, Eunice Bélidor, programming coordinator at articule art center tells Miriam Fahmy how Thelma Golden inspires her.

Episode 8: Glen LeMesurier

Who Inspires You? In this episode, sculptor Glen LeMesurier tells Miriam Fahmy how Bernhard Luginbühl inspired him.

Episode 9: John Londono

Who Inspires You? In this episode, photographer and director of photography John Londono tells Miriam Fahmy why William Klein inspired him.

Episode 10: Kevin Lo

Who Inspires You? In this episode, graphic designer Kevin Lo, tells Miriam Fahmy why the Dutch approach to graphic design inspires him.

You Might Also Like

Volta

Inspired in part by the adventurous spirit that fuels the culture of action sports, VOLTA weaves acrobatics in a visually striking world driven by a stirring melodic score.

LUZIA

LUZIA™ takes you to an imaginary Mexico, like in a waking dream, where light quenches the spirit and rain soothes the soul.

Hollywood in the Valley

Ottawa's very own pop culture expert, Matt “Mr. Hollywood” Demers, is your guide to the hottest entertainment events, places, and people in the Capital and across the country.

In the Dead of Winter

In the Dead of Winter festival is an acoustic-based festival held annually in Halifax, Nova Scotia, on the last weekend of January. The festival brings together a variety of musicians to showcase the diversity of acoustic music in the Atlantic Region. IDOW not only celebrate the excellence of our musicians but also provides venues for artists who have not yet had the opportunity to perform their music to a wider audience.

Life Outside Wrestling

Take a behind the scenes look of WrestleCentre like you’ve never seen before. This documentary series follows the real lives of the wrestlers you see on WrestleCentre TV.

KURIOS – Cabinet of Curiosities

What if you could alter reality at will? Delve into a world where seeing is disbelieving. Reality is all relative. A World of Curiosities to Unravel.

A mysterious and fascinating realm that disorients your senses and challenges your perceptions. Suddenly, the visible becomes invisible, perspectives are transformed, and the world is literally turned upside down.

Snow

Dana doesn’t deal well with confrontation. She likes her job, her friends, and the comfort of her neighbourhood—Toronto’s Queen West. But when the world forces her to stand up, will she be able to handle it?

Ottawander

Take a walk and unwind with Ottawander – a beautiful and meditative exploration of the National Capital. Drift through Ottawa’s most significant streets and absorb the city’s best kept secrets with the help of an invisible tour guide. Set to inventive and atmospheric contemporary local music.

Made in Montreal

Made in Montreal is an exploration of iconic Montreal neighbourhoods through the eyes of local makers and manufacturers.

Three Ways to Eat: Ottawa

On your mark, get set, gorge! Take a fast paced tour of the city as Caroline Dumont finds three Ottawa restaurants that have a different spin on the same dish. From staples like burgers, pizza and poutine, to specialty options in vegetarian, seafood and small plates, Caroline finds something for every taste.

Stand Up Down Time

Nathan Macintosh and other comics look for new ways to kill some time before they hit the stage.

TORUK – The First Flight

Cirque du Soleil presents the cinematographic adaptation of TORUK – The First Flight, a multimedia experience inspired by James Cameron’s Avatar and imagined by Cirque du Soleil. Filmed in Montreal in December 2015 at the worldwide premiere.