Helen Hill 1970-2007
American/Canadian Filmmaker, Wife
and Mother - New Orleans and Halifax
Helen Hill was murdered in her home, shot
by an intruder, in New Orleans, January 4, 2007.
Her husband Paul Gailiunas, and their two-year-old son Francis Pop,
Helen's home town news The
Helen's Film Farm story.
Helen Hill launching her book "RECIPES
FOR DISASTER: Handcrafting Film"
at the 4th annual Splice This! Super 8 Festival,
which funded its publication,
Barcode, 549 College St., Toronto (photo by John Porter - June
Paul Gailiunas, Helen Hill and Becka Barker
with Paul's & Helen's pet pig Rosie,
at their home, 5515 Falkland St., Halifax. (photo by John Porter
- September 18, 2000)
Helen Hill painting on 16mm film in her kitchen
at 5515 Falkland St., Halifax.
(photo by John Porter - September 16, 2000)
Helen Hill at her "second Halifax home",
the Atlantic Filmmakers Co-operative animation room,
CBC Radio Building, 5600 Sackville St., Halifax.
(photo by John Porter - September 14, 2000)
"The Halifax Ladies Film Bee" screening
with Marcia Connolly, Helen Hill (host)
and Becka Barker at the 3rd annual Splice This!
Super 8 Festival,
Barcode, 549 College St., Toronto. (photo by John Porter - June
Helen Hill's, Paul Gailiunas' and Rosie's postcard
"A Lucky Pig vendor serves two vegetarian customers - a rare sight
in New Orleans!"
(Photo by Miriam Schoeman.)
Helen's Film Farm story
as told to John Porter.