The True Story of Canadian Human Trafficking Paul H. Boge Castle Quay Books Review by Madeline Van Hemert What is the subject? The haunting reality of human trafficking of Canadian…
Paul H. Boge
The Biggest Family in the World
author: Paul H. Boge; illustrator: Faye Hall
Beautifully illustrated with original paintings by local artist and North Kildonan MB Church member Faye Hall, this children’s book tells the story of Kenyan Charles Mulli.
When screenwriter Paul Boge attended the 2010 Sundance Film Festival, God “put it on his heart” to give Winnipeggers the opportunity “to see great films they’d never see anywhere else.” In its second year, the Winnipeg Real to Reel Film Festival boasted 160 percent more independent feature, documentary, and short film submissions than the previous year from as far away as Germany and Israel, and a gate admission of 2,039 viewers – up from 1,422 in 2011.
The Urban Saint: The Harry Lehotsky StoryAuthor: Paul H. BogeEngineer Paul Boge’s latest literary effort, The Urban Saint, is a biography of Winnipeg legend Harry Lehotsky. Author of two works of fiction, a biography of a Kenyan street children’s rescue ministry founder, and a full-length feature film, Boge leapt at the invitation to write the life story of minister, activist, inner city resident, community organizer, father, husband, and friend Harry Lehotsky.