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Alison: Did you guys grow up watching other movies about camp that were inspirations for Camp Takota?
Grace: I’ve been thinking about this lately. I don’t watch a lot of movies, but one movie that I did watch growing up was Now and Then, and it was a movie about four different types of girls being friends with each other, and I feel like that has a huge influence on our film.
Mamrie: That’s a really good example. A grown up Now and Then.


Reason to Live #280: Autumn, and everything about it. It has always been and forever will be my favourite season. I love proper autumn, not the BC rain - when the sky is a chilly shade of blue, like glacier ice, and the sun is bright enough to set fire to the trees in their ochre glory; when the air has that crisp edge to it, the promise of snow, and is filled with the scent of decaying leaves and sap and pine; when leaves dance in the wind and blow across the ground and gather in heaps that I can jump into, and bury myself in. When we go to the pumpkin patch to pick pumpkins to carve them, and hay rides, and apple/pumpkin pies, and hot chocolate by the fire. I love the festivity and natural beauty of autumn, and it’s impossible for me to be unhappy on an autumn day like that.

Autumn in BC is another matter. It’s just grey and rains. I miss the autumns I had in Edmonton like this.

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