Heather O’Neill challenges the primacy of the real with a diverse cast of talking bears, sentient dolls and robots, and cigarette-smoking angels.
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Glamour, grit, and the 1995 referendum are the backdrop to Heather O’Neill’s tale of a Québécois celebrity’s twins. Can O’Neill surpass her last international hit?
Even a crucial Stanley Cup playoffs game couldn’t dent hometown enthusiasm for the launch of Heather O’Neill’s long-awaited new novel, The Girl Who Was Saturday Night.
On September 11, 2013, The End of Pinky, an NFB short by Claire Blanchet, based on the original short story by award-winning author Heather O’Neill, will have its world premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival. The stereoscopic 3D- animated film is narrated by O’Neill herself and internationally renowned Quebec actor Marc-André Grondin. Last week, I had the chance to speak with Heather O’Neill about her story, the making of Pinky and her future projects.