Gerry Flahive is a documentary producer in Toronto. His recent productions include the short documentary Smudge, about aboriginal spirituality. Directed by Métis ﬁlmmakerGail Maurice, the ﬁlm was screened at the Sundance Film Festival this year. Flahive’s humour pieces have appeared in the New York Times, the Los Angeles Times and Time, and he is a frequent contributor to The Globe and Mail.
Articles by Gerry Flahive
- Here’s A Good One (May 2006)
A review of Me Funny: A Far-Reaching Exploration of the Humour, Wittiness and Repartee Dominant among the First Nations People of North America, as Witnessed, Experienced and Created Directly by Themselves, and with the Inclusion of Outside but Reputable Sources Necessarily Familiar with the Indigenous Sense of Humour as Seen from an Objective Perspective, compiled and edited by Drew Hayden Taylor