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Joële Walinga

Joële Walinga, Canadian, director,

B: 1988 in Calgary, Alberta

Joële Walinga is a conceptual artist working in film, performance, sculpture and community collaboration. Her work explores subjective experience, outsidership, and the aesthetics of empowerment. She studied intermedia at Nova Scotia College of Art and Design University and then at Montréal’s Concordia University.Her work has been shown at the Art Gallery of Ontario, the Khyber Centre for the Arts, Narwhal Contemporary, Xpace Cultural Centre, the Roundtable Residency and Wendy’s Subway, and has been featured in Canadian Art, CBC Arts, Daily VICE, Art Matters, The Coast, Women and Hollywood and CANADALAND. God Straightens Legs is her first feature film and it will be debuting at the DOXA Documentary Festival in Vancouver on May 8, 2018. Born in Calgary, Joële Walinga moved to Ontario in 2000.

Also see: God Straightens Legs at DOXA.
Click here to watch a trailer for God Straightens Legs.

Features & TV Movies:
VR indicates Direct-to-Video Release

Cave Small Cave Big (2017, short)
God Straightens Legs (2018)

God Straightens Legs, movie, poster,