By providing impactful videos, Truefaux is dedicated in supporting people and organizations that make positive social and cultural change.
About Truefaux Films
Established in 2007, filmmakers John Hillis and Hannah Minzloff teamed up creating Truefaux Films, a platform which develops and produces social impact media content, successfully promoting community engagement on a local, provincial and national scope. The duo focuses on projects that expand understanding, change perspectives and challenge people to take action. Truefaux develops a complete package around each project that is adaptable to specific needs - screening guides, discussion points, action initiatives, etc, in order for communities to facilitate change. At Truefaux the goal is always to stimulate discussion and open up avenues of thought that continue long after each projects’ conclusion.
Director | Filmmaker
As a filmmaker John approaches each project with an interest in the small events that make up the story; capturing subtleties, details, and the heartfelt moments which stay the longest in people's minds.
Producer | Filmmaker
Hannah has held numerous roles in the arts community from workshop facilitator to festival director. Hannah recently completed Dementia, Dad and Me, a personal film which “follows Dad and me as we find new ways to connect, and to navigate the delicate transition of our roles from father–daughter to caregiver and cared for.”
"I can't believe how perfect the result was. We were juggling a lot of things, and to have Truefaux step in and just make this happen was a godsend.”
- Sheila McGinn President, Nova Scotia Masters Speed Skating Club