The Pink Ghosts will be screened at Arts Court Theatre in Ottawa on November 11th 2016 as part of SAW Video Media Art Centre’s JumpstART Alumni Retrospective alongside many other local works produced through the program. The Pink Ghosts was the recipient of SAW’s JumpstART grant in 2006.
For more information visit sawvideo.com
Painted, Duncan McDowall, 2011, 5 min.
A program of short films I curated focused around intersections between cinema and contemporary dance will be screened next month as part of the Canada Dance Festival. The program is called Frame Lines: 11 Choreographies for Camera, and the screening takes place on June 10th 2016 at 3pm at Club SAW.
For more information, check out the program page on the NAC’s website.
Odd One Out will finish its festival run on Saturday November 7th with a hometown screening at Cellar Door Film Festival in Ottawa. It will be shown at Live! on Elgin (220 Elgin St.) at 9pm as the short film that precedes the final feature of the 2015 festival, The Incident (El incidente) by Isaac Ezban. I’ll be doing a Q&A with a member of the CDFF team after the screening.
For more information visit cdff.ca
Continue Screen is a show about videogames and videogame technology both new and old (but mostly old) and is a hybrid of critical review, history, and Let’s Play-style gameplay footage. This episode is about the unfairly overlooked Game Boy entry in the Ninja Gaiden series, Ninja Gaiden Shadow a.k.a. Shadow Warriors. Subscribe to my YouTube or Vimeo channel to get updates on new episodes!
The first episode of my new web series is here! Continue Screen is a show about videogames and videogame technology both new and old (but mostly old) and is a hybrid of critical review, history, and Let’s Play-style gameplay footage. This episode focuses on one of the best Nintendo peripherals ever – the Super Game Boy. Subscribe to my YouTube or Vimeo channel to get updates on new episodes coming soon!
Odd One Out screens at the Nickel Independent Film Festival in St. John’s, Newfoundland on Thursday, June 25th, 2015. It will be shown at 7pm in the historic LSPU Hall, home of the Resource Centre for the Arts.
For more information visit nickelfestival.com
Odd One Out will screen on Sunday June 28th 2015 at the Interrobang Film Festival in Des Moines, Iowa. The film festival is part of the larger Des Moines Arts Festival. The film can be seen in Room A of the Des Moines Downtown Library at 1pm.
For more information visit desmoinesartsfestival.org
Odd One Out will be shown at Other Cinema in San Francisco, California on Saturday May 30th 2015 as part of a curated program called Avant to Live: New Experimental Works, “an energized evening of new cinema that champions personal expression and radical form.” The screening will be at ATA Gallery at 8:30pm.
For more information visit othercinema.com
I am deeply honored to have won the award for Best Director (Experimental) for my work on Odd One Out at the inaugural Ottawa Independent Video Awards on April 11th. My sincere thanks to SAW Video for organizing the event and to the jury for selecting me for the award.
For more information: oiva.ca
I am thrilled to have been nominated for my work on Odd One Out in two different categories at the inaugural Ottawa Independent Video Awards, Best Director (Experimental) and Best Director (Narrative). The awards gala will be held at Arts Court Theatre on April 11th at 7pm.
For more information: oiva.ca