The Other End of the Rainbow
The women who have disappeared along Canada’s Highway 16
Kourtney’s will be joining us virtually in the Glo Lounge to share the details of her recently published book with us. Winner of the special mention in the Luma Rencontres d’Arles Book Dummy Award, The Other End of the Rainbow raises awareness of the women and girls who go missing along the ‘Highway of Tears’ – stretches of picturesque but sequestered landscapes within British Columbia’s Far North.
Kourtney’s haunting photographs, which are saturated with the absence of their subjects, amplify the silence which surrounds these largely unsolved disappearances.
We haven’t seen the book yet – it’s on its way – but we’ll have a copy available to browse at the festival.
“I had been told tales of such brutality and horror that my thoughts spiralled into a vortex of paranoia and fear.”
Kourtney Roy (b. 1981 in Calgary, Canada) began her career after receiving a degree in Media Studies – specialising in photography – from the Emily Carr University of Art and Design in Vancouver. Upon graduating, Kourtney relocated to Paris where she is currently based. Her work – mainly vintage-styled photography – is heavily inspired by vintage Hollywood cinema.
Saturday 27th August 16:00 (BST)
This event will be be broadcast via Zoom with simultaneous screening at the festival in The Glo Lounge.
To register for the Zoom event signup via Eventbrite using the link here and if you’d like to join us in person, rock up to the Glo Lounge before the event and take a seat!
Location : The Glo Lounge, The Eastgate, 1st Floor, The Eastgate Shopping Centre, 22 Eastgate Street, Gloucester, GL1 1PA