Current Residents

Dawson City International Short Film Festival Artist in Residence

Michelle Latimer (March 11 - April 21, 2014) 

A Métis/Algonquin filmmaker, actor, and curator, Michelle’s goal is to use film & new media as a tool for social change. She is interested in exploring how sound and image can transform space to create a visceral experience that lends itself to greater cultural awareness and understanding. Her films have been described as “visual poems exploring humanity”, and are often experiments of creative form expressed from a personal point of view. She has just completed post-production on a feature length documentary, Alias, which premiered at HOT DOCS this year. Alias examines the inner world of gangsta rap and the hustle known as the rap-trap. It follows 5 struggling rappers/artists. Most recently she was named "one of Canada's top 10 filmmakers to watch" by Playback magazine.

www.michellelatimer.ca

 

Dawson City International Short Film Festival Artist in Residence

Madi Piller (March 21 - April 21, 2014)

 

Madi Pillar is a Toronto based Filmmaker/Animator born in Lima-Peru. She is a graduate from the University of Lima in Communication Sciences and began her career in advertising producing TV commercials for a wide variety of products, living in both Paris and Bogota. In 1998 Madi moved to Toronto and started working closely with the independent film community doing experimental short films, programming and mentoring. Her films have been shown at many Festivals and Art venues across Canada and abroad. Her work has been produced with the support of the Canada Council for the Arts, Ontario Arts Council, Toronto Arts Council and the National Film Board of Canada.
For several years she has been active in programming and creating special commissioned projects in animation. Madi’s admiration for the art of animation has motivated her to serve as volunteer President of the Toronto Animated Image Society (TAIS) Board of Directors.

www.madipiller.com


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