Nadia's Songs (2019)
(5 mins; Essay Film; 16mm to Digital; Colour; Stereo)
Nadia's Songs follows a teenage boy who finds a collection of CDs that used to belong to a stranger known only as Nadia. In their shared taste in music he imagines her life story while in turn reflecting on his own. One part essay and one part love letter to second hand music shops, Nadia's Songs explores the many ways we can forge our identities through the art we consume and things we collect as young adults.
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Vox Popular Media Arts Festival, September, 2020, Thunder Bay, ON
UWPG/UWSA Roll Call, September, 2020, Winnipeg, MB
Trinity Square Video + VTape's Video Fever, May, 2020, Toronto, ON
WFG's Winnipeg Dreamers, January, 2020, Winnipeg, MB
Particle + Wave Media Arts Festival, January, 2020, Calgary, AB
Reframe Film Festival, January, 2020, Peterborough, ON
UWPG Film Festival, October, 2019, Winnipeg, MB
Insomniac Film Festival, July, 2019, Toronto, ON
LIFT Seasonal Screening Series, April, 2019, Toronto, ON
UWPG Film Festival, winner of Best Documentary, nominated for Best Sound Design
A Year (2018)
(2 mins; Experimental; Digital; Colour; Stereo)
A hyper-condensed visual study of the natural textures of the world and their beautifully dramatic changes over the course of one year.
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Experiments in Cinema, June, 2020, Albuquerque, NM
Fargo Film Festival, March, 2020, Fargo, ND
Labocine, January, 2020, Online
Photophobia Contemporary Moving Images Festival, August, 2019, Hamilton, ON
LIFT Seasonal Screening Series, July, 2019, Toronto, ON
Concordia Film Festival, May, 2019, Montreal, QC
The Space Between Us (2017)
(13 mins; Science-Fiction; Digital; Colour; Stereo)
On her first solo voyage into outer space, astronaut Kate and her associates at mission control begin to question her sanity as she hears noises in her head and fears she is being attacked.
Produced at York University's Department of Film.
Durham Region International Film Festival, September, 2017, Newcastle, ON