The Toronto Film Review is screening a group of Toronto short films on Thursday April 11 at Supermarket in Kensington Market. The theme of this program is dusk— the ephemeral moment between when the sun sets and when the darkness of night takes hold.
My newly completed music video Hopelessness for German Error Message will be screening for the first time. Come check it out!
DC Shorts is celebrating Valentine’s Day with a collection of four relationship-themed showcases, from hilarious to heart-crushing and every emotion in between.
Loretta’s Flowers will play in aptly-titled block of shorts called “Love Hurts” on Friday February 15 at 9pm at the Miracle Theatre in Washington, DC.
Tickets for the program are $15 and can be purchased online by clicking here.
Loretta’s Flowers will have its French premiere at the inaugural Festival Libres Émois du Film Court et du Documentaire in Paris.
Ours is one of the a small minority of English language films in this amazing selection of international shorts. The programmers discovered Loretta’s Flowers via our presence in Telefilm Canada’s Not Short on Talent program at Cannes in the springtime.
Loretta’s Flowers will have its Ontario premiere at the Windsor International Film Festival in a shorts program showcasing local talent from the area.
Although strictly speaking our film is from Toronto, editor James Tracey was born and raised in Windsor, and the festival was excited about the prospect of showcasing something he had such an important role on. I can’t wait to show the movie to James’ family and friends back in his hometown.
You can see a list of all the shorts in the program on the WIFF website here.
Tickets are $14 for adults, or $9 for students, and are available for purchase online now.
The music video I made for Jordaan Mason, No Wires, will be screening at the Liason of Independent Filmmakers of Toronto (LIFT)'s members screening on October 29 at the Hot Docs Cinema (formerly the Bloor).
Tickets are $10 cash at the door, or $8 for LIFT members (you should be a member).
My short wilderness thriller In the Shadow of the Mountain will have its Washington premiere at the Local Sightings Film Festival in Seattle on September 22 at 9pm as part of a program called "North by North Weird".
My film Loretta's Flowers will have its world premiere at the Edinburgh International Film Festival as part of a spotlight of contemporary Canadian shorts. I will personally be on hand to enjoy the festivities and answer questions with a number of other exciting Canadian artists.
Tickets cost £8 and are available online in advance via the EIFF website.
My swan song to Vancouver, In the Shadow of the Mountain, will have its BC premiere at the motion picture variety show Cinemaspectacular on Sunday March 25 @3pm PST at Vancity Theatre.
I am so thrilled to finally be able to show this movie to the audience it was always intended for-- people who know what it's like to feel estranged by the natural beauty of the most livable city in the world. If you're in Vancouver, please don't miss this special event.
Tickets are $12 and can be purchase right now via Eventbrite.
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My recently completed short film, In the Shadow of the Mountain, is having its US Premiere at the Northwest Filmmakers' Festival in Portland, Oregon. Buy tickets online for $9 via the festival's website.
The episode I directed of Jamie and Sarah Make a Play, a web series by Jamie Taylor and Sarah Bernstein, will be screening at the Rio Theatre in Vancouver as part of Open Mic Movie Nights on Tuesday August 22 at 9pm.