Adam Garnet Jones -- [ windspeaker confidential ]

January 2012
Windspeaker;Jan2012, Vol. 29 Issue 10, p13
An interview with writer and director Adam Garnet Jones, who won the Toronto Arts Foundations RBC Emerging Artist Award is presented.


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