Sunday Matinee: Sikhlens Talks IV
21nov11:00 am11:30 amSunday Matinee: Sikhlens Talks IVSunday, November 21, 2021 | Sunday 11:00 AM – 11:30 AM PST
On Sunday, November 21st our program will again be hosted by Nikki Gill. Nikki will start our Sunday Matinee program by introducing six Sikhlens Talks. All events are held
On Sunday, November 21st our program will again be hosted by Nikki Gill. Nikki will start our Sunday Matinee program by introducing six Sikhlens Talks.
All events are held virtually at: YouTube.com/Sikhlens
Direct Event Link: https://youtu.be/_c7ew6dRwuM
Access to this content will only be available during the allotted time slot.
Sunday Host: Nikki Gill
Nikki Gill has spent her entire life in the world of film and television production. As a teenager, she began filming and editing videos while pursuing her Bachelor of Arts at York University. Today, Nikki serves IMC among the city’s preeminent postproduction facilities as its CFO. However, in a shop as diverse as IMC, responsibilities entailed so much more than crunching numbers. The company specialized in most facets of post and demanded a highly diversified skill set from its executives. It is evident that the loyalty and dedication she has given to the company is well reflected by the shop’s slate of top-name clients; CTV, CBC, Shaw, CP Rail, Discovery, MuchMusic, YTV, are merely a few. Nikki’s vast industry experience and passion for all forms of media are also serving her well as a talented Executive Producer for TV shows such as Fight Xchange. For over 35 years, Nikki has continued to work in filmmaking. Now, Nikki continues her passion for film as one of the MCs for this year’s Sihklens Art and Film Festival.
Swarn Singh Kahlon – Sikh Diaspora Map of Sikhs in Non-English Speaking Countries
Swarn Singh Kahlon is an independent researcher and author. He is a retired MNC executive, who has been globe-trotting to complete the Sikh Diaspora map of Sikhs in non – English speaking countries. His travels have culminated in three books on Sikhs in ‘Latin America’, ‘Asia Pacific’ and the ‘European Continent’.
(Sunday) 11:00 am - 11:30 am . (Pacific Standard Time)