Oh My Soul (feature)

2008 — 70 min. English, Mandarin and Spanish with English subtitles. OH MY SOUL is a film about isolation, despair, and the miracle of empathy. Official selection at the 2008 Rotterdam International Film Festival. View full movie HERE.

 

Put On A Smile (music video)

2014 — 5 min 29 sec. "Put On A Smile", by The Cairo Gang. From the album "The Corner Man", on Empty Cellar Records available HERE.

YX (short)

2007 — 12 min. YX is an allegory about cities, bodies, fluid media, privation and loss, in which hermetic spaces create hermetic narratives. 

Leslie Monsour: Laurel Canyon, 2010 (short doc)

2010 — 16 min. A video of my mother — the poet, author, singer, songwriter Leslie Monsour — playing guitar, singing, and chatting with me at her home in Laurel Canyon.  

Spellbreaker

2007 — 3 min 26 sec. Spellbreaker is a music video for the song of the same name by ROSS CASHIOLA, from his album NORTH OF THE BEES.  The video consists of original video shot in Chicago during a thunderstorm and found footage.

CDR-DV1:AITCM (experimental short)

2006 — 26min 57sec. CDR-DV1:AITCM (The Center for Decorporative Research - Demonstration Video 1: April is the Cruelest Month) demonstrates the transfiguration of subjectivity in the context of a staged containment of an unknown chemical disaster — following the five phases of organic toxification.

FAMILY NEXUS 1 (video installation)
FAMILY NEXUS 1 (video installation)

VIEW ON VIMEO.  2012 — 10 min (loop). FAMILY NEXUS 1 is a three channel video installation in a domestic living space — a bedroom, family room, dining room or kitchen.  Three videos, representing a Mother, Father and Child are synchronized in a ten-minute loop.  The “parents” are projected onto walls and the “child” is displayed on a small, outdated television. 

Salonika (short)

2006 — 5 min 25 sec.
Salonika is a short video about two fictional characters living during the German occupation of Greece in World War II.  It was performed by Nina Foufa, Matthew Kellard and Robert Voyer, with original music by Robert Voyer.  The text was translated and narrated by Nina Foufa.

Oh My Soul (feature)
Put On A Smile (music video)
YX (short)
Leslie Monsour: Laurel Canyon, 2010 (short doc)
Spellbreaker
CDR-DV1:AITCM (experimental short)
FAMILY NEXUS 1 (video installation)
Salonika (short)
Oh My Soul (feature)

2008 — 70 min. English, Mandarin and Spanish with English subtitles. OH MY SOUL is a film about isolation, despair, and the miracle of empathy. Official selection at the 2008 Rotterdam International Film Festival. View full movie HERE.

 

Put On A Smile (music video)

2014 — 5 min 29 sec. "Put On A Smile", by The Cairo Gang. From the album "The Corner Man", on Empty Cellar Records available HERE.

YX (short)

2007 — 12 min. YX is an allegory about cities, bodies, fluid media, privation and loss, in which hermetic spaces create hermetic narratives. 

Leslie Monsour: Laurel Canyon, 2010 (short doc)

2010 — 16 min. A video of my mother — the poet, author, singer, songwriter Leslie Monsour — playing guitar, singing, and chatting with me at her home in Laurel Canyon.  

Spellbreaker

2007 — 3 min 26 sec. Spellbreaker is a music video for the song of the same name by ROSS CASHIOLA, from his album NORTH OF THE BEES.  The video consists of original video shot in Chicago during a thunderstorm and found footage.

CDR-DV1:AITCM (experimental short)

2006 — 26min 57sec. CDR-DV1:AITCM (The Center for Decorporative Research - Demonstration Video 1: April is the Cruelest Month) demonstrates the transfiguration of subjectivity in the context of a staged containment of an unknown chemical disaster — following the five phases of organic toxification.

FAMILY NEXUS 1 (video installation)

VIEW ON VIMEO.  2012 — 10 min (loop). FAMILY NEXUS 1 is a three channel video installation in a domestic living space — a bedroom, family room, dining room or kitchen.  Three videos, representing a Mother, Father and Child are synchronized in a ten-minute loop.  The “parents” are projected onto walls and the “child” is displayed on a small, outdated television. 

Salonika (short)

2006 — 5 min 25 sec.
Salonika is a short video about two fictional characters living during the German occupation of Greece in World War II.  It was performed by Nina Foufa, Matthew Kellard and Robert Voyer, with original music by Robert Voyer.  The text was translated and narrated by Nina Foufa.

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