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 […]
The Broken Altar is selected to participate in a touring programme organized and curated by Deborah de Boer and Todd Eacrett of Antimatter [Media Art]. There are two programmes on this tour: The Broken Altar featuring works by Sara MacLean, Penny McCann, Lindsay McIntyre, Christina Battle, Lauren Marsden & Karen Lam, Eva Kolcze, John Woods, Leslie Supnet and Caroline Monnet, and Dramatis Personae with […]
The Broken Altar is selected to compete in the International Competition component of the 16th edition of the Festival des cinémas différents et expérimentaux. This year’s edition focuses on the relationship between music/sound and image and features many interesting sound and visual artists. For more information about events and screenings – click HERE.
The Broken Altar is screening as a looped projection at Third Space Gallery in Saint John, New Brunswick from May 09 to July 04. My film is accompanied with two other films from Winnipeg: Treaty Number Three by Danielle Sturk and where the myth fails by Caroline Barrientos. From Third Space Gallery: These videos represent some of their newest […]
The Broken Altar is screening at DOXA Documentary Film Festival on Sunday May 11 with Jodie Mack‘s film Dusty Stacks of Mom: The Poster Project. DOXA is presented by the Documentary Media Society, a Vancouver based non-profit. There is a great line up at this year’s edition and it’s great to be included among a creative […]
The Broken Altar is heading up north to the Dawson City International Short Film Festival. The festival runs April 17-20 and includes films from Steven Woloshen, Christina Battle, Tess Martin, Cecilia Araneda, Mike Maryniuk, Brian Stockton, and Michelle Latimer, a guest to the festival this year.
I’m pleased to announce that “The Broken Altar” has been selected to compete in the International Shorts Competition component of the It’s All True Documentary Film Festival in Brazil. The festival screens films simultaneously in São Paulo and Rio de Janeiro from 3 to 13 April.