Documentary

RECENT WORK

CBC Land & Sea: FARM WORKERS – Our latest TV half hour for CBC.

 

BREAD IN THE BONES – Award Winning Feature Documentary by Darrell Varga.

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COMING SOON

ELIZABETH BISHOP AND THE ART OF LOSING – Feature Documentary by John Scott (Scouts are Cancelled). Coming in Spring 2021.

SO often throughout her life, Pulitzer Prize winning poet Elizabeth Bishop’s trajectory is tragically disrupted by a profound personal loss that pushes her into her worst self-destructive habits. Yet, in her sixties, while grief-stricken, she courageously faces up to her most tragic heartbreak, writes her greatest work, becomes her truest self, and learns to master the art of losing. In doing so, she becomes one of America’s greatest poets of the twentieth century.

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NOVA SCOTIA FOLK ART – TV half hour for CBC Land and Sea

A look at the Nova Scotia folk art scene.

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IN PRODUCTION

SHALLOW WALTERS – Experimental Documentary – 20 min.

A short  documentary  about how your given name may impact who you become. Supported by Arts Nova Scotia.

 

PREVIOUS WORK

CUBERS – Feature Doc (70 min.) and TV Hour (58 min and 42 min)

A documentary that follows the obsession of the world Rubik’s Cube Championships. Producer, Co-Director 2008.

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AFTER FRANK – 43 minutes

Faux-documentary disguised as a POV road movie bio-pic of Robert Frank. Super 16mm/Digital. CBC Bridge Award. Writer, Director 2005.

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30 TAKES – Three Decades of Independent Filmmaking in Atlantic Canada – TV Hour

A doc celebrating the oldest English film co-op in Canada. Writer, Co-Director, Exec. Producer for IFC and CBC Atlantic, over 22 festivals. 2005.

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LIFECYCLES: A Story of AIDS in Malawi – 48 Minutes

Documentary on the AIDS crisis as a complex situation encompassing sadness, hope, defeat and renewal. Associate Producer 2003.

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