My son James and I are excited to launch our film A Spark in the Dark: Tinder Users in the North next week at DCISFF in Dawson City, Yukon. This short doc explores love & technology in the small and isolated town of Dawson City during the sub-arctic winter, revealing touching and humorous insights about life in the far north.
We are also very excited to realize that this is the very first documentary about social media use in the Yukon. The north does indeed provide historic opportunities.
If you can make it most of the crew and participants will be in attendance. We’ll have more screenings info soon.
This short doc explores love & technology in the small and isolated town of Dawson City during the sub-arctic winter, revealing touching and humorous insights about life in the far north.
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My son and I have each made a movie for the Yukon 48 Hour Film Challenge Festival this weekend.
Each project is only allowed to be a maximum of 2.5 minutes, and has to be entirely filmed and edited in two days. It was a lot of fun. I really enjoy these type of constraints as they force to you to focus on the work and not worry too much about everything else in the world you could possibly do.
We did something a bit different this time though. As my son and his friend Ben made their film (in which I am an actor) I shot my film as a documentary of the making of their movie. However, there is a twist.
The festival takes place on Saturday November 12th in Dawson City and Whitehorse.
EXPERIMENTAL SHORTS: TUESDAY NOV 8th, 9:30pm
Staircase Theatre, 27 Dundurn St. N
I am very happy about this. The conceptual structure of this work is also site-specific, and to be realized depended on being screened at both the departure and arrival points—Dawson City, Yukon and Hamilton, Ontario.
Honoured to have my work “The Grand Journey Here” broadcast on Delete TV in Melbourne on C31, June 5 at 11pm.
My video work “The Grand Journey Here” has been selected to screen in Karlsruhe, Germany.