There is a moment in spring where, if you don’t miss it, you travel in time


There is a moment in spring where, if you don’t miss it, you travel  in time Yesterday I was 8 years old, on an Island in the Atlantic Ocean, and I was laying on the shore of a lake that had once consumed an entire cemetery. Yesterday I was 19 years old, in a cottage …

‘Snow Warrior’ a gorgeous NFB short


Watching someone slog through blinding snow on a bicycle during heavy traffic is a lesson in anxiety. Realizing that the location is your hometown is a lesson in humility. Written as a ‘love letter to winter’, Snow Warrior is a veritable moment in time for Edmonton bicycle courier Mariah Hoy as she scales the social, …

Gift yourself (or someone else)


Hello everyone. As some of you know, I’ve started doing some mixed media collages. Both personalized and my own.  (Note from my wife "They are really beautiful. Like, really really beautiful”.) I’ve been asked by several people when I’m going to sell some of the work I’ve created. So, I’ve decided to take commissions, either …

Metro Shorts Memories: Demmi Dupri


*Metro Shorts was a quarterly film competition hosted and curated by Mostly Water Theatre and produced by The Metro Cinema Society located in the historic Garneau Theatre. It gave Edmonton filmmakers the chance to get their work screened live, adjudicated by professionals, get paid, win prizes, and be forced to make more shorts. It ran for 10 seasons, screened …

Metro Shorts Memories: John Osborne


Metro Shorts was a quarterly film competition hosted and curated by Mostly Water Theatre and produced by The Metro Cinema Society located in the historic Garneau Theatre. It gave Edmonton filmmakers the chance to get their work screened live, adjudicated by professionals, get paid, win prizes, and be forced to make more shorts. It ran for 10 seasons, screened over 400 shorts, and ended in 2019. These stories are a celebration of some of the filmmakers that crossed our paths.