South Texas Underground Film Festival screening We R the World/Mold this November 10th-13th!
Looking forward to seeing all my friends in Fredericton at the Silver Wave Film Festival.
So pleased that the Hamilton Film Festival will be showing We R the World/Mold on Tuesday, November 8th at 9:30pm!
Scary Good screening at the  Charlottetown Film Festival will include We R the World/Mold October 30th at 9:00pm
WNDX to screen We R the World/Mold on October 1st!
Brand new Pile of Bones Underground Film Festival screening We R the World/Mold on September 30th!
We R the World/Mold  will be screening at the Toronto Independent Film Festival Thursday, September 15th at 7:45pm!
Bees 'n Trees  will be playing at the Hebrides International Film Festival in Scotland September 16th & 17th!
We R the World/Mold to screen at the Atlantic Film Festival in the Atlantic Shorts 5 Program on Sunday, September 18th at 4:00pm.
Been doing some fun hand processing for my latest project See Weeds!
My latest film will be premiering at the Halifax Independent Filmmakers Festival on Thursday June 9th! Check out all the details at HIFF.ca
Submission  is screening as a part of the "Archives of the Future" exhibit at the Dalhousie University Art Gallery March 10th through April 17th.
European Premier of Negative Nature at the Kinofilm Manchester on Thursday, February 25th at 6:30pm at Apotheca Bar!
Bees 'n Trees screening at the Colorado Environmental Film Festival in Golden, Saturday, February 20th at 7:00pm!  Please visit CEFF for more details
Negative Nature & the Canadian Premier of Bees 'n Trees - both on Saturday, November, 7th at Silver Wave in Fredericton.
Negative Nature screened with Christopher Spencer-Lowe's Transfer at 10th Annual Hamilton Film Festival on November 5th.
Bees 'n Trees included in the Green Market at Planet in Focus in Toronto!
Antimatter [Media Art] Festival screened Negative Nature Thursday, October 22!
Sunrise Film Festival screened Negative Nature at the River John Library Thursday, October 8th at 2:00pm.
Lunenburg Doc Fest From the Edge of the Atlantic: Experimental Short Films on Saturday, September 26th at 9:00pm with filmmaker Q & A!
Bees 'n Trees screened in at the Woodstock Museum Festival at 10:30pm Saturday, September 5th!
Columbia Gorge Film Festival screened Negative Nature on August 13th at 5:00pm at the Camas Library in Camas, WA.
Negative Nature screened in Denver at the Intendence Film Festival on June 26th at 6:00pm.
Life on the Inside at Echo Park Film Centre on June 20th at 8:00pm as a part of "All You Need Is a Camera" curated by Hillary Titley!
Ants on a Log newest 16mm film loop installation was shown on the opening night of  HIFF.
Bees 'n Trees premiered at Front Range Film Festival April 30th! Second screening on May 2nd with Negative Nature.
Negative Nature screened at FLEXfest February 21st!
Island Media Arts Festival screened Negative Nature Saturday, October 25th at 4:00pm!
Parrsboro Film Festival screened Negative Nature on Saturday, October 25th at 10:00am! 
Negative Nature screened at the Atlantic Film Festival!
Negative Nature premiered in Halifax at the Halifax Independent Filmmakers Festival.
Negative Nature was nominated Best Experimental Film at Yorkton Film Festival!
Negative Nature at The Propeller Centre for Visual Arts (Toronto) for the Annual Black and White Ball exhibition. 
Adaptation had its New Brunswick Premier at the 2013 Silver Wave Film Festival.
Adaptation screened at the Island Media Arts Festival in the "WTF- Watch These Films" Program on May 25th at 9:00pm.
Adaptation premiered at the 7th Annual Halifax Independant Filmmakers Festival on April 11th at 9:00pm. 
Christmas Laundy was voted best film at Afcoop's 2012 Super 8 Holiday Film Challenge.
Life on the Inside, was nominated for best Canadian Film at the 2012 Silver Wave Film Festival.
Gratitude had its US premier at the Awareness Festival in Los Angeles, California on May 5th, 2012.

Curated by: Liz MacDougall

Launch Event: Friday May 18, 2012 8:00PM

Location: Khyber 1588 Barrington Street

Exhibition Dates: May 18-30, 2012

Hours of Operation: Monday to Friday, NOON-5PM


The Centre for Art Tapes invites the public to attend the launch on May 18 of the video exhibition ANIMATION AUTOMATION curated by Liz MacDougall. With the Khyber building as setting, this show presents animation by artists who embrace automation (as inherent to digital technologies) either through the animation's narrative or as a distinct property of the piece. You will find animations installed on the first two floors leading to the third floor theatre where the larger body of works play in constant rotation.

The selected pieces allow us to explore automation as a fundamental and problematic attribute of animation. Animation and automation operate in inevitable tension. To “animate” is to breathe life and soul into the inanimate. In near contradiction, to “automate” is to reduce the need for human work in the production process. This exhibition presents artists who engage with this conundrum in unique and surprising ways. We invite you to visit, ponder this digital problematic, and consider the contribution of the animator’s silent partner - automation.

Diane Obomswain, Montreal - Machine 2:17
Marie Koehler, Dartmouth - Tumour :59
Mike Hansen, Toronto - Flotsam 3:39
Paul Freeman, Edmonton - An Inside Story 6:23
Diyan Achjadi, Vancouver - Overflow 4:39
Dawn George, Halifax - Gratitude 6:22
Lief Hall, Vancouver - Mother and Babe 1:14
Monica Gutierrez, Toronto - Sedna 1:55
Karen Hawes, Halifax - Untitled :20
Yi Xin Tong, Vancouver - In the Two-dimensional Field of Retrospective Future 2:24
This exhibition is made possible with the support of the Canada Council for the Arts, Nova Scotia Communities, Culture and Heritage, Halifax Regional Municipality, Khyber Arts Centre, Incomplete Dislocations Collective and Carbon Arc Cinema.