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.
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 […]
au bord de la rivière will screen at the Festival du nouveau cinéma October 11th and 16th as part of the FNC Lab competition. 28 short films and 6 feature films are participating in this year’s edition! Short films lab NATIONAL TAPESTRY by Steven Woloshen the country devaste by Emmanuel lefrant DREAM ENCLOSURE de Sandy Ding the […]
au bord de la rivière is screening at the Haverhill Experimental Film Festival September 18. The festival, founded by twin filmmakers Brendan and Jeremy Smith, is in its third year presenting an excellent programme of experimental and underground cinema. My film shares a programme with Shannon Harris, Mike Stoltz, Robert Todd, Ross Nugent, Richard Wiebe, […]
au bord de la rivière is screening September 23 at WNDX: The Festival of Moving Image in a shorts programme entitled Visitations. WNDX is a fabulous festival in Winnipeg presenting accomplished works of underground and experimental cinema. This year’s highlights include a performance from Crispin Hellion Glover, the films of Richard Tuohy, and film projector performances […]
au bord de la rivière will screen at the Yorkton Film Festival on May 20. My film is a Golden Sheaf nominee for Best Experimental Film and shares this nomination with Ryan McKenna’s Controversies, Kent Tate’s Isolated Gestures and Randall Lloyd Okita’s The Weatherman and the Shadowboxer. The Yorkton Film Festival is North America’s longest running festival entering […]
au bord de la rivière [at the edge of the river] will have its US premiere at the Chicago Underground Film Festival. My programme entitled what a proud dreamhorse pulling(smoothloomingly)through includes a fantastic list of filmmakers such as Mary Beth Reed, Rhayne Vermette, Ben Balcom, Christina Santa Cruz, Nazlı Dinçel, Mike Gibisser, Mike Stoltz, Michael Lyons, Malte Steiner, Stephen Broomer and Ben Rivers. […]
I will be performing with my dance group Fadaman in the upcoming Men in Dance Festival organized and programmed by New Dance Horizons. The festival runs from January 5 – 18 and features an eclectic group of male performers and creators. A full list of the artists can be seen HERE and an overview of the festival in the […]
The Hunted Hunted is screening at the 8Fest in Toronto, February 1st. The 8Fest film festival is a unique presence in the festival landscape focusing solely on small gauge work. This year’s edition features the films of Japanese experimental filmmaker Stom Sogo, an artist talk by Clayton Windatt and a Super 8 camera workshop with John Porter.
I’m pleased to announce my short film au bord de la rivière is screening at Antimatter [Media Art] October 22nd in the programme entitled Waveland. Antimatter is consistently progressive with its programming and I would like to acknowledge Todd Eacrett and Deborah de Boer for their persistent hard work over the years.