“I spent much of the week dashing around the city, trying to take in as much of the festival as I could and still make it to work on time. And though I was sorry to miss out on some of the programming, I was happy I caught as much as I did. The afternoon documentary screenings I attended were filled with great crowds who were in no hurry to leave, and instead lingered at the L.S.P.U. Hall to talk about the films.” Read Aimee Wall’s reflections on the St. John’s International Women’s Film Festival here. Aimee’s column, What We’re Making, provides an eclectic insight into what’s happening in the arts in Newfoundland and Labrador.