I managed to catch the tail end of V.I.C Fest this year. Here are some random shots from the evening!
“V.I.C. Fest is a one-day outdoor festival located held at the historic St. Ann’s Academy, providing a stunning and unique backdrop to a true Island experience.”
Photos by Cassie @ antlerlash.com
I’ve redesigned my blog a bit. I’m also making some new graphics for my website and whatnot. Trying to choose… any opinions?
Hopefully I will have a new demo reel out soon, as mine are pretty dated and I have tons of new nature and wildlife shots (mostly birds, ha!) Ahhh, self motivation.
Photos by Cassie @ antlerlash.com
I photographed this dancing seagull on a BC ferry and just couldn’t help myself.
No disrespect to my man Michaelangelo.
Photo by Cassie @ antlerlash.com
Atagamaton by Scott Amos & David Parfit
Video by Cassie at antlerlash.com
Atagamaton lets a user control electro-mechanical devices salvaged from gutted film projectors, old typerwriters, radios and other “obsolete” technologies to produce unique sounds and movements. To play Atagamaton, a user simply moves their hands over top of any of the nine devices.
This is the second project in G++’s Interactive Film & Video Series. The series pairs five film and video artists with the team of interaction designers and engineers at Limbic Media to produce five interactive window-front multimedia installations. The Interactive Film & Video Series at G++ was made possible through the joint BC Film/BC Arts Council Interactive Fund.
G++ is a window-front art gallery located at 1119 Fort Street, Victoria BC. The gallery is the first in Victoria to focus exclusively on interactive multimedia. The space has been donated for use by Limbic Media, a company that specializes in real-time interactive multimedia control technologies for use in entertainment markets, education, research and the fine arts.
by Cassie O’Neil
Camera: Cassandra DePetrillo, Rachel Mathews, Cassie O’Neil
Edit: Cassie O’Neil
It rains a lot on Vancouver Island.
My fellow Canadian filmmakers and artists:
As I read each party’s platform for the upcoming federal election, I’d like to share a few notes from the NDP party platform that may be of interest to you:
5.2 Ensuring canada’s arts and culture thrive
• We will promote the production and broadcast of Canadian content on Canadian television and in Canadian theatres, and will strongly support Canada’s performing arts, cultural institutions, and creators.
5.3 Building home-grown film and tv production
• We will ensure Canadian TV and telecom networks remain Canadian-owned by maintaining effective regulations on foreign ownership;
• We will re-focus the mandate of the CRTC to promote and protect Canadian cultural industries;
• We will provide sustained funding for the Canada Media Fund and Telefilm Canada, enhance federal film incentives and develop a targeted strategy for the promotion of domestic films in Canada;
• We will set license requirements for broadcasters based on clear, binding and enforced performance standards for broadcasters, including increased Canadian drama.
2.1 Reducing the small business tax rate
• We will reduce the small business tax rate from 11 per cent to nine per cent to support a sector of our economy that creates nearly half of all new jobs in Canada.
Read the rest of the platform HERE.
The federal election is on May 2, 2011. Please vote!
(Photo credit: Liz Gareri Photography; on the set of “Refuge”)
London Eyewear screens at TIFF Bell Lightbox TONIGHT!
It’s gonna be all huge on a screen!
London Eyewear was shot on 16mm and features Zoe.