The Broken Altar screened as part of a larger series of works presented at the cinématheque québécoise in Montreal in January. The series entitled Panorama XP focused on the current trends of experimental filmmaking in Canada and Québec. Randolph Jordan wrote a review of the film from its screening at the Festival du nouveau cinéma in […]
au bord de la rivière (2014) is included in a program, curated by filmmaker Roger D. Wilson, as part of Contre-Courant: Montreal Film Symposium on Experimental Cinema. The Film Symposium aims to bring, artists, theorists, programmers, curators and experimental film lovers together for a series of round table discussions, film screenings and an installation to reflect […]
Lindsay’s performance of A Northern Portrait anchors an evening of film October 21 at Artscape Sandbox, followed by a screening of works by Lindsay and two films selected by the artist that speak to her own films and practice, my film Patience (2006) and Tape #158: Document 2B by Kandis Friesen and Nahed Mansour (2011). The […]
The Broken Altar screens at Festival du nouveau cinéma October 10 in a special program curated by Dan Karolewicz. The program entitled “Utopia and How to Get There (or Not)” features the work of Matthew Rankin, Eva Kolcze in collaboration with Philip Hoffman, Miryam Charles, and John Paizs.
The Broken Altar screened in a pan-Canadian program at Unexposed Microcinema September 23 in Durham (NC). The program featured the work of Eva Kolcze, Stephen Broomer, Lindsay McIntyre, Charles-André Coderre, and Scott Fitzpatrick. Thanks again to the Smyth brothers for putting this program together.
June 9th, I premiered a new Super 8 film for the One Take Super 8 event. The film entitled Underpass is one of 50 super 8 films produced for the screenings taking place in both Regina and Saskatoon. Thanks to Alex Rogalski for organizing this event every year and making it possible for initiating the production of […]
The Broken Altar screens at VIS: Vienna Independent Shorts May 29 in a program curated by Dan Karo in cooperation with the Festival du nouveau cinéma. The program entitled “Utopia and How to Get There (or Not)” features the work of Matthew Rankin, Eva Kolcze in collaboration with Philip Hoffman, Miryam Charles and John Paizs.
The Broken Altar is screening at Go Short: International Short Film Festival Nijmegen (Netherlands) April 9th in a special screening focused on Canadian cinema and curated by Daniel Karolewicz from the Festival du nouveau cinéma. The program entitled “Utopia, How to Get There” features the work of Matthew Rankin, Eva Kolcze (in collaboration with Philip […]
au bord de la rivière is screening as part of the international competition at the 43rd edition of the Athens International Film and Video Festival. My film opens the programme entitled “New Horizon” on April 04 and features the work of Spencer Holden, Georg Koszulinski, Zachary Epcar, Adrian Flury, Mohamed Almubarak, Lisa Crafts, Vincent Grenier, […]
au bord de la rivière will screen at the Dawson City International Short Film Festival which runs March 24 – 27. Developed as a project back in 2000 by the Klondike Institute of Art and Culture, The Dawson City International Short Film Festival (DCISFF) opens its arms to a migration of film lovers for a four-day […]