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.
Greetings From Isolation is a collection of short Canadian films created in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Check out Cohabitat, my escapist antidote to feeling isolated.
Shirley Clarke was one of the key innovators of non-fiction cinema and there’s currently a documentary about her in production, directed by acclaimed filmmaker Immy Humes. I recently had the privilege of working with Immy on the project at The Doc Tank in NYC (thank you Canada Council for the Arts). I can’t wait to see this film come together!
The exhibition Leonard Cohen: A Crack in Everything, including The Offerings, (Danish version!) is on now at the Kunstforeningen GL Strand and Nikolaj Kunsthal, until April 13, 2020.
The Delian Mode was made in 2009 and, delightfully, it’s still being shown- a testament to the charisma and creativity of the woman it’s about, Delia Derbyshire. Two special screenings at Centre Pompidou, Paris, Nov. 22 and Dec. 1st thanks to the Créteil International Women’s Film Festival.
Lasciare Suonare, a 35-channel installation at Montreal’s Place des Arts, launches tonight and will be on view for the next few months!
Last chance to catch the exhibition “Leonard Cohen: A Crack in Everything,” including The Offerings, at the Jewish Museum in New York, on until Sept. 8. Next stop Copenhagen!
photo © Frederick Charles, courtesy of the Jewish Museum
This weekend, The Snowball Treasury was honoured by the Mirror Mountain Film Festival with the Best Director Award. Thank you Mirror Mountain friends!
Excited to be working on a new project about the inspiring Montreal Women’s Symphony Orchestra founded in 1940 by a tour-de-force named Ethel Stark. The project is commissioned by the Conseil des arts et des lettres du Québec and Place des arts which will take the shape of a 35 (!) channel installation tailored to the Espace Georges-Émile-Lapalme. Coming Fall 2019.
Big respect for the more than 60 women involved in making this video for Amanda Palmer and Jasmine Power’s “Mr. Weinstein Will See You Now.” Released today on the 1 year anniversary of the #MeToo movement.
Director Noémie Lafrance. Editor: Kara Blake