In June of 2012, myself and 13 other Ryerson cohort travelled abroad to Iceland, where we spent 10 days shooting (both photographs and video) a place where the sun doesn’t quite know when to settle beneath the horizon. I spent an additional 6 days traveling southern Iceland with my camera, a rental car and a tent.
A short film that I created, entitled Ísland, and three accompanying images were shown in a group exhibition for two weeks in late October/early November.
Which brings me to the “Nordic Nights Movie Series.” This evening, in Toronto’s Eaton Lecture Theatre, the documentary film Gnarr will be featured. The comedic, yet inspirational film shows comic Jon Gnarr as he campaigns to become Mayor of Reykjavik.
Prior to the feature film, my film Ísland will run. I welcome you all to come out and view the two films.
Date: Tuesday, November 27, 2012
Doors open @ 6:30, Movie @ 7 pm.
Location:RCC-204 (Eaton Lecture Theatre, second floor), wheelchair-accessible external entrance, elevator.
Rogers Communications Centre, Ryerson University
80 Gould Street (corner of Gould and Church),
here is the link to the map: http://www.ryerson.ca/maps/#
Gnarr - http://www.youtube.com/watchy=8cTAJNxwur0
Mother and Daughter - Reykjavik, June 2012