Category: News

To tax or not to tax – no simple question.

Quebec finance minister Carlos Leitao says the provincial government is prepared to impose a sales tax on SVODs in 2018 (with or without the feds). I used to (naively) be

Music calms the savage beast. But…

Artificial Intelligence music? Not really but fun-key ­čÖé

New distribution opportunities at home

Demand.Film launches in Canada The Australia-based company is looking to tap under-served audiences and under-used cinema space with its crowdsourced screenings. By Jordan Pinto Demand.Film, an Australia-based firm that organizes one-night

The Edifice on demand!

If you haven’t yet seen it, my “digressive” 35mm film,┬áThe Edifice, is now playing at┬áVimeo on Demand. Julien and Claudia voyage through a mysterious landscape of city, nature, and industrial

Cinema Turbulent & Canadian Anthropology Society

The Edifice has been selected for presentation as part of the Cinema Turbulent Film Festival taking place May 8th to 11th at the University of Victoria in BC. Festival organizers

The Edifice in Krakow

If you like “philosophical pictures” then this event is not to be missed especially if you happen to be in the Krakow area – or better yet – you can

The Edifice @ Niagara Indie Film Festival

For the homies who’ve been wondering… The Edifice will screen this April 14th, 2012 in St. Catharines Ontario at the Rodman Hall Art Centre as part of the Niagara Indie

Festiwal Filmu Filozoficznego

The Edifice has been selected to be part of the 6th Philosophy Film Festival – Kinematograf Filozoficzny taking place this March in Krakow, Poland. March 29th, 6pm at the KIKA

Offscreen Interview – The Edifice by Frank Sanna

Who is Frank Sanna? What kind of filmmaker is he? These are enigmatic questions that may never be answered completely, however, the film journal Offscreen has published an article that

The Edifice @ Hamilton Film Festival

Screening as part of this year’s Hamilton Film Festival experimental program: Wednesday, November 2 at 9:30 pm – Staircase Theatre, 27 Dundurn St. North Hamilton is such a great city