Seeing Her – Lindsay McIntyre
2020 | 3 min
Super 16mm // A close up look at my great-grandmother’s amauti. But what is between what you can and cannot see?
About the filmmaker
Lindsay McIntyre is a filmmaker, multi-disciplinary artist and writer of Inuit and settler Scottish origin with a Masters in Film Production from Concordia University and a Bachelors in Fine Arts from the University of Alberta. She was honoured with the REVEAL Indigenous Art Award (Hnatyshyn Foundation 2017) and was named the Victor Martyn Lynch-Staunton Award recipient for Excellence in Media Arts (Canada Council 2013) and her personal documentary Her Silent Life won Best Experimental Film at imagineNATIVE (2012). Her multiple award-winning short documentaries, experimental films and expanded cinema performances are often processed-based, and/or shot on film, and for some she even makes her own 16mm film with handmade silver gelatin emulsion. She has made 35 short films over the past 20 years and her works have screened at festivals around the world such as Ann Arbor, Anthology Film Archives, Pleasure Dome, Mono No Aware, Rotterdam, Oberhausen, Analogica, WNDX, imagineNATIVE, Images, Festival du Nouveau Cinéma, Raindance, One Flaming Arrow and Black Maria and they can be found in several permanent collections. She is Assistant Professor of Film + Screen Arts at Emily Carr University of Art and Design on unceded Coast Salish territories.
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