The Art Gallery of Ontario’s exhibit Everybody Knows opens today! Very happy that my installation, The Offerings, is part of this compelling collection of archival materials and artifacts illuminating the creative life of Leonard Cohen. Many thanks to the teams at AGO and MAC Montreal for their incredible support.
Fire of Love, directed by Sara Dosa, is nominated for 7 awards at this year’s Cinema Eye Honors, which celebrates achievements in non-fiction filmmaking. Exciting that Visual Design is a category and that we’re among the nominees!
Screening tonight at the TIFF, Pierre Földes’ Blind Willow Sleeping Woman, adapted from a collection of short stories by Haruki Murakami.
I got to edit this film and am in awe of the process which involved live-action reference filming for every shot, 3D models, 2D drawings and hundreds of hours of dedicated craftsmanship by many talented people. Watch for it!
I mused about music, editing and sound with Warner Chappell for their Behind the Lens series. Read all about it here!
So pleased that Kitra Cahana’s Perfecting the Art of Longing was awarded the Best Canadian Short Doc at this year’s Hot Docs. It’s one of the most affecting projects I’ve edited and I’m thrilled to know others are being touched by it too.
Go team Sisters With Transistors!
Perfecting the Art of Longing, directed by Kitra Cahana and edited by yours truly, is now playing on New York Times Op-Docs. I was deeply moved working on this film, an important reminder of the precarity and preciousness of life.
FIRE OF LOVE, a spectacular new documentary about intrepid volcanologists Katia and Maurice Krafft, premieres today at Sundance! Brilliantly crafted by director Sara Dosa and editors Erin Casper & Jocelyne Chaput, with narration by the inimitable Miranda July, the film is true story telling at its finest.
I was delighted to create some motion graphics for the film and be part of an incredible production team. The screening tonight may be virtual but my enthusiasm for this film is very real! of Watch for it.
poster design: GrandArmy
Cut off from his loved ones due to the pandemic lockdown, a quadriplegic rabbi in a long-term-care facility is filmed remotely by his daughter. Offering powerful meditations on love and hope, Perfecting the Art of Longing shows us what it means to be alive in a state of profound isolation.- NFB.
I had the privilege of editing this beautiful film, directed by Kitra Cahana, and was moved to tears at many points during the process. Premiering tonight at the Festival du nouveau cinéma!
Thrilled to have been one of the editors on this new documentary by Lisa Rovner. The film sheds a light on women at the forefront of developing and expanding the field of electronic music. Starring several incredibly inspiring women and narrated by the incomparable Laurie Anderson. More info here.