Content note: anti-Blackness, abuse, abandonment, homelessness, physical violence.
Artist Statement/Film Synopsis
way home is an atmospheric visual and auditory landscape through which the artist shares deeply resonant poetry woven from love, pain and longing at the intersection. As we travel with the artist, we are brought on a revealing journey with tender memories of play, grief, abandonment, resilience and various other dissonant emotions the concept of home can invoke for Black folks in the diaspora.
Written, directed and produced:
Audio Descriptions: Ciel Sainte-Marie
Music: NikRuboRes (Pond5)
2018, January 5, Toronto, CA. Gladstone Hotel.
Long Winter Inter-Arts Festival.
2017, October 19-22, Amsterdam, NL.
Radical Queer Resistance (formerly known as Queeristan)
2017, September 30, London, CA. London Fringe Theatre Festival.
Nuit Blanche London.
(forthcoming) 2018, Sept (exact date tba), Winnipeg, CA. Winnipeg Cinematheque.
WNDX 2018 Festival of Moving Image.
2018, April 27, London, UK. Hackney Downs Studios.
The Batty Mama.
2018, March 25, Winnipeg, MB. The Park Theatre.
IOU Video Festival.
2017, November 24, Mississauga, CA. Art Gallery of Mississauga (AGM).
On the Queer Screen: Lynx Sainte-Marie and Rah.
2017, September 14. Arad, RO. Cinema ARTA.
Media Art Festival Arad.
2017, September 5, Toronto, CA. Planned Parenthood Toronto LGBTQ Youth Initiative.
QT / BIPOC Shorts.
2017, August 18, Montreal, CA. Casa del Popolo.
Hotwire: A Night of Performance and Video.
2017, June 14, London, CA. London Ontario Media Arts Association (LOMAA) & Tangled Arts + Disability – Forest City Gallery.
Tangled London: Mediations – Media + Activism
Official Festival Selections
2017, August 1, Toronto, CA. Life of a Craphead – Double Double Land.
Featured Performer: Doored #30.
2018, February 11, Winnipeg, MB. Winnipeg Film Group.
Guest Speaker: Cinepoetry.