Point of No Return (2016)
Under a microscope tiny shards of ice loom large as glaciers. Using microscopic videography and polarizing lenses, Point of No Return is a visually stunning study of melting ice in real time. The film provides a micro perspective on climate change, a massive but incremental global event that is usually imperceptible in our day to day lives.
With narration in eleven of the most widely-spoken languages in the world, Point of No Return presents a dialogue in abstraction between emotional understanding and scientific fact in the face of rising global temperatures.
Additional Screenings and presentations:
2019 - Broadcast Lab, Micro Cinema presentation @ Arts Commons (Calgary, AB)
2018 - Solo Installation at The Image Factory, Ryerson University (Toronto, ON)
2018 - Fracto Experimental Film Encounter, Official Selection (Berlin, DE)
2018 - Particle and Wave Media Arts Festival, Screening Program (Calgary, AB)
2017 - Ecstatic Worlds, Group Screening. Curator: Janine Marchessault (Toronto, ON)
2017 - Labocine, December Issue: "Forecasts of the End" (Online program)
2017 - #EYESonVU, "The Sun Does Not Lie" (Online program, Curated by Leslie Supnet)
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