Gullible, my new 16mm film installation, is an immersive three channel road movie, which screened as part of Victoria’s 2nd Annual Art (Space) Crawl, 2008.
gullibleVictoria’s exclusive Artist Run Centres collectively opened their doors for this en mass open house event. Art enthusiasts, curious citizens, and the general public caravaned through the streets of Victoria’s inner core and to the nine centres open throughout the evening, which cumulated at Open Space at 11pm for the closing event.

 

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Pants on Fire wrapped in Victoria. I was fortunate to work with some truly brilliant actors: Grace Vukovic, Thea Gill and Dean Wray starred in the production. Jan Wood and Ned Vukovic from UVic’s Department of Theatre made cameo appearances.

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The team of 30 cast and crew was comprised of 10 students from UVic and the Victoria Motion Picture School. Sandy Mayzell and Stacey Horton were brilliant producers who kept me on budget for the first time ever. We were excited to work with Barry Casson, CSC, as our cinematographer. Now to work editing!

Click here to read the Times-Colonist’s article (in PDF format) about the filming of Pants on Fire.

So far, funding support has been received from The British Columbia Arts Council and CineVic, Society of Independent Filmmakers.

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My short film What Remains Human was nominated for the prestigious 2006 PlaneOut Short Movie Award in the drama category. The 7th Annual PlaneOut Awards, honouring the best in queer cinema from around the world, are announced at the Sundance Film Festival and awarded at the Miami Gay and Lesbian Film Festival.whatremainshuman_plane

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What Remains Human received 3 nominations for the 2005 Saskatchewan Showcase Awards:
» Best Short Film
» Best Performance Male for Cavan Cunningham (Corner Gas)
» Best Performance Female for Wendy Anderson (Tideland, The Pedestrian, Solitude)

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Fire Horse Films and Maureen Bradley have optioned What We All Want, a novel by Michelle Berry, published by Vintage Canada. Maureen is writing a feature-length screenplay adaptation of Berry’s darkly comic first novel.

The screenplay is being developed with the assistance of Saskfilm Development Corporation where Maureen is a 2005 Writer in Residence.

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