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Completed Documenteries

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Directed by Jennifer Abbott, co-production of the National Film Board of Canada (NFB), Cedar Island Films and Flying Eye Productions with the participation of TELUS FUND and Telefilm Canada

The Magnitude of All Things explores the themes of grief and hope in times of profound loss and change by drawing remarkable parallels between the illness and death of the director’s sister and the experience of living in a world transformed by climate crises. 



Best Canadian Feature Film, Planet in Focus, Toronto 2020

Audience Choice Award, DocLands, California 2021

Best Nature & People Award, Ulju, South Korea 2021

Creative Excellence Award, Banff 2021



Int'l Documentary Film Festival, Amsterdam (IDFA) 2020

Montreal Int'l Documentary Festival (RIDM), 2020

Cinequest Film Festival, San Jose California, 2021

Doc Edge Festival, New Zealand, 2021 plus 

VIFF Vancouver,  ALFF Whitehorse, Trento Italy, Bergen Norway, NorthwestFest Alberta, FReDD Toulouse, Riviera Italy etc.



"Perhaps the most visceral reasoned call to action for humanity since An Inconvenient Truth." - Tammy Bannister, VIFF Programmer

"One of the Top 10 documentaries coming out in 2021." - Doc Weekly

"There is something profoundly affecting about a director whose film about the terrifying threat of climate change starts from the grief she is experiencing at the loss of her sister to cancer." - Nick Holdsworth, Modern Times

"Jennifer Abbott’s new film approaches climate changer from a unique and personal perspective. […] Environmental docs often favor fist-shaking rage or hopeful optimism to inspire audiences to act. The Magnitude of All Things taps into a new emotion: grief. […] Magnitude resonates with its quietly poetic power […] and is is equal parts philosophy and catharsis. […] It’s as poignant as provocative." - Pat Mullen, POV Magazine

Completed Fiction



Canada portion for a TV movie as part of the longest-running and highest-rating German programs, directed by Eva Wolf, starring Florian Silbereisen und Daniel Morgenroth, a service production for Polyphon Film- und Fernsehgesellschaft and ZDF, German Television

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