Chris Chin has volunteered, worked, and consulted for film festivals across North America and has spoken on industry panels in Toronto, San Francisco, New York, and London.
He is an associate programmer at the Inside Out Toronto LGBT Film Festival. Gina is co-founder of Show Me Shorts Film Festival–New Zealand’s leading international short film festival.
Raw and vulnerable, her voice is a diamond in the rough.
Across the globe, Ophir Kutiel creates video mash ups of amateur Youtube performers.
We do grade on a curve: the highest average Metascores get A's, the lowest F's, and everything else slots in between.
Tracing the challenges to the family plot mounted by figures such as Fagin, Sherlock Holmes, Leopold Bloom, and Charles Swann, Mc Crea tells the story of how bonds generated by chance encounters between strangers come to take over the role of organizing narrative time and give shape to fictional worlds—a task and power that was once the preserve of the genealogical family.
By investigating how the question of family is a hidden key to modernist structure and style, In the Company of Strangers explores the formal narrative potential of queerness and in doing so rewrites the history of the modern novel.
Known as Kutiman, he is a composer, a musician, and a pioneering video artist embraced by the world of fine art.
Kutiman “transforms sampling into a multimedia art”, whether at his home on a kibbutz in Israel or at a live performance at the Guggenheim in New York.