Faces of Hope: Eva Wunderman

The Hope resident is known and respected throughout the world for her film work

Eva Wunderman

Eva Wunderman was born in Stockholm, Sweden and immigrated to Canada in 1981. As a producer, director and writer, Wunderman’s intimate style and fearless ability to get the footage needed, coupled with her skills to make people comfortable in front of the camera, has become her signature. The Hope resident is known and respected throughout the world and her impressive work captivates hearts. She has been working in the film industry for over 20 years.

Wunderman’s films have been broadcast around the world and for many years she directed the Gemini award-winning television series Weird Homes. She also received a Platinum Remi Award for Canyon War – The Untold Story, and produced and directed Crystal Fear, Crystal Clear for CBC’s The Passionate Eye which earned her a Gracie Allen Individual Achievement Award in New York. Wunderman recently finished directing an hour-long documentary for the Knowledge Network called Aftermeth.

– contributed by Johanne Losier

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