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Producer, La Tapisserie du French Shore: July 2012
Producer of a bilingual documentary on the history French settlement in
Newfoundland: Phantoms of the French Shore on CBC Newfoundland and Labrador, Saturday July 28th at 8:30pm, on Documentary Channel Monday July 30th at 8pmET/5pm PT and on Radio-Canada in La Tapisserie du French Shore on Zone Doc Friday July 27th at 9:00pm.

To Buy or Rent the documentary click here:

http://vimeo.com/ondemand/12589

Producer, If the Music Dies/Si la musique meurt: In Development

Producer of a bilingual documentary that witnesses the triumphant return of music to Mali and explores the unique links between music and humanity.

On the 22nd of August 2012, Al Qaeda-inspired extremists banned music in Mali, the African nation that is synonymous with song, sound and celebration. “If the Music Dies/Si la musique meurt” is a documentary that witnesses the triumphant return of music to Mali and explores unique links between music and humanity.

 

 

Lean more about this compelling story and how you can get involved.  Please click the link below to visit our Indiegogo crowdfunding site.

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Producer and Director,  Crossing Time Approximately July 2012

Producer and Director of a short reflection on the remote southwest coast of Newfoundland. Shot during a cruise by boat during the summer of 2011, the film is a journey through geological, cultural and economic time. With a haunting musical score by Newfoundland musicians Des and Don Walsh, the film honours coastal landmarks that might soon be forgotten except for the determination of the film’s surprising young voice: Cody Chant. Premiere screening at the Fishing for the Future Film Festival, St. John’s Newfoundland.

 

 

Producer and Director,  LifeQuest Centre for Reproductive Medicine Corporate Video May 2011

 

 

Producer, Centre for Jewish Innovation: Corporate Video Sept 2011

 

 

Writer, Architecture and Landscape as Canvas.  (in development)

Newfoundland artist Frank LaPointe had a hand in designing the buildings that shape the hillside where he was born in Port Rexton, Newfoundland.  Choosing the colours and shapes that others build, LaPointe created an enormous canvas from a palette that mixes art, architecture and culture.

 

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