Experimental Work

  • Tangerine (2015) - Sean Baker

    TANGERINE encompasses dizzying multitudes — it’s a neo-screwball chase flick with a dash of Rainer Werner Fassbinder — but mostly, movingly, it is a female-friendship movie about two people who each started life with an XY chromosome set. (Manohla Dargis, The New York Times, July 9, 2015)

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  • Embracing VR at Tribeca 2017 -

    After its debut in 2016, Tribeca Immersive’s Virtual Arcade was back at Tribeca 2017 in full force, combined this time around with the Storyscapes Program, now in its fifth year, bridging filmmaking, technology and storytelling.

  • Neighbors (1952) - Norman McLaren

    In this Oscar®-winning short film, Norman McLaren employs the principles normally used to put drawings or puppets into motion to animate live actors. The story is a parable about two people who come to blows over the possession of a flower.(nfb.ca)

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  • Bear 71 (2012) - National Film Board of Canada

    “Jeremy Mendes and Leanne Allison’s poignant interactive documentary about a bear in the Canadian Rockies illuminates the way humans engage with wildlife in the age of networks, satellites, and digital surveillance.” (Sundance Film Festival)

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  • VICE -

    What do the stories of Dennis Rodman’s roadtrip to North Korea, the report from the Ukraine by Simon Ostrovsky, who was kidnapped and released in the process, and, more recently, THE ISLAMIC STATE documentary by freelancer Medyan Dairieh all have in common? In a word: Vice.

  • 80 DAYS (2014) - Joseph Humfrey & Jon Ingold

    “The point of 80 DAYS, ultimately, is to enjoy that narrative – the familiar-but-different vision of the world, and Passepartout’s intrigues and flirtations as the player steers him through it, ever attentive to a loose thread or popped collar stud on his gentleman’s person.”

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  • The Clock (2010) - Christian Marclay

    “Watching THE CLOCK, I found myself wondering if Mr. Marclay has a computer for a brain. (He had six assistants culling movies for time-related sequences but apparently did all the editing himself.) The sense of his mind at work, piecing everything together — thinking endlessly of time and timing, of sight and sound — is […]

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  • Gare du Nord (2013) - Claire Simon

    [French language] GARE DU NORD was originally conceived as a transmedia project by Les Films d’ici, including “… a feature film, interactive website, documentary and theater play …

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  • Fort McMoney (2013) - David Dufresne

    “A groundbreaking fusion of documentary and video game in which visitors play the detective, unraveling the interests that lurk behind the Canadian oil industry.” (IFDA DocLab)

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  • THE CLOUD CHAMBER MYSTERY (2013) - Christian Fonnesbech

    What happens when audiences participate and technology and storytelling collide? THE CLOUD CHAMBER MYSTERY, which launched online on October 4th, 2013, is one of the latest projects to explore these questions as it weaves together elements from classical theater, game design, electronic music, science, social media, and cinematography.

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