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Censured in Canada | McDavid by Conor McNally
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29 Mar McDavid by Conor McNally

SCREENING: MAY 27, 2017 – Saturday



DIRECTOR: Conor Tavis McNally

A portrait of a sports fan’s twisted infatuation with a new “generational player”. Edmonton, Alberta serves as the backdrop of how urban identity and the genuine spirit of sports fandom is corrupted by global capitalist branding.


DURATION: 10 mins

Conor Tavis McNally is an Edmonton-based filmmaker. Bypassing formal film training, Conor creates works though a combination of instinct, hands-on trial and error, and a keen ability to make friends who are talented and helpful. He has made seven short films to date with his most recent being McDavid (2015). Conor McNally is a proud father and member of the M├ętis Nation.

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