There are a few clips from the film available to view here and the trailer will be finished this week!
Also, the project WHILE YOU WERE GONE: The Untold Story of Candida Royalle is underway. The project started as a result of INSIDE HER SEX, but explores Candida’s search for the mother who left her six decades ago.
We anticipate finishing WHILE YOU WERE GONE in 2015!
INSIDE HER SEX, a feature length documentary about female sexuality and shame, is finally finished and will broadcast on CBC’s documentary Channel on December 14, 2014.
Sheona McDonald wrote, produced, directed, filmed and edited the doc.
More information about the film can be found on the official website.
Inside Her Sex has been a long time in the making.
Inside Her Sex shares the intimate stories of three women from different walks of life, each brave enough to candidly share information and ideas that are often considered taboo.
Sheona recently wrote a blog (Living On a Fault Line: SEXUAL SHAME) about the process of making the film & some stories of her own journey and exploration.
There is a trailer to follow, but for now there are two scenes available to preview.
This film was written, directed, produced and edited by Sheona McDonald in association with the documentary Channel under the guidance of executive producer Bruce Cowley. The film features Candice/Candida Royalle, Elle Chase/Lady Cheeky, Samantha Allen and Corey Burke, and jessica drake. Brock Ellis composed the score. Kunal Sen created the animation. Still photographs were contributed by Shilo McCabe and Constance and Eric. The Canadian Media Fund and Creative BC helped fund the film.
We’re very excited to announce that INSIDE HER SEX, a feature length documentary about female sexuality and shame, will be finished this Summer, will launch at film festivals in the Fall and then broadcast on documentary (CBC’s digital documentary channel).
We have launched a Kickstarter campaign to fund the making of the documentary WHILE YOU WERE GONE: the untold story of Candida Royalle.
Please help support this initiative. It’s a film with a universal message about love, loss and finding the strength to carry on.