Pho­tog­ra­pher Caitlin Cro­nen­berg’s body of work is di­verse. From fash­ion shoots to TIFF and Cannes Film Fes­ti­val photo di­aries – for W Mag­a­zine and the New York Times, re­spec­tively – to the cover art for Drake’s 2016 al­bum Views and the June Sky (Delta) cover fea­tur­ing Justin Trudeau. Add to the list di­rect­ing mu­sic videos and web con­tent. She is cur­rently work­ing on her sec­ond book of pho­tog­ra­phy, The End­ings, which will be pub­lished in 2018. For her first Zoomer as­sign­ment, “A Woman’s Tale” (pg. 41), she cap­tures the dis­tin­guished team be­hind the tele­vi­sion adap­ta­tion of Mar­garet At­wood’s Alias Grace.

“Be­cause the directors aren’t sell­ing their films – they’re al­ready clas­sics – they’re more re­laxed. So the in­ter­views have been some of the fun­ni­est and frank­est I’ve ever done,” says vet­eran en­ter­tain­ment jour­nal­ist Jo­hanna Sch­neller about her new CBC se­ries The Film­mak­ers, on which she in­ter­views directors and in­sid­ers about clas­sic Cana­dian films. Over her ca­reer, she’s pro­filed a slew of A-lis­ters for Van­ity Fair, In Style and GQ, to name a few, and for Zoomer – the most re­cent be­ing Ja­son Priestley for our spe­cial Canada 150 is­sue. For this is­sue, she goes be­hind the scenes with the women of Alias Grace.

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