Cold Sharp & Merciless is an artist made film poetically responding to the impact pollutions from greenhouse gases have on our global ecosystem.
This work recognizes Climate Change as the most serious problem caused by human produced greenhouse gases. Most important, Climate Change causes extinction of our global ecosystem. That is to say: Climate Change = Mass Global Extinction.
Finalist, New York Tri-State International Film Festival, September 17-20, 2021
Finalist, Toronto Independent Film Festival of CIFT, July 17, 2021
Official Selection, Toronto International Women Film Festival, July 12, 2021
Plant Matters is a 35 second artist made film. Still images were created with outdated, undeveloped 35mm color film, desert wildflower petals, and the phytogram filmmaking method, then digitally arranged and set to motion.
Official Selection, MicroActs 8: Artist Film Screenings, 24 June 2021, Hotel Elephant, London, UK
The Shape of Froglessness is a silent micro-film shot on location in the Pacific Northwest.
In a world that is falling apart, a meaningful lump of silence floats enclosed in restricted space, an absence of sound from a transient place between this world and the world after death.
At Death We Forage is an experimental film documenting the unraveling of life on planet earth during the global pandemic known as COVID-19. Filmed on location in San Francisco, California, during the summer of 2020, it is an emotional journey expressed through artistically rendered moving images.
Official Selection & Semi-Finalist, Cult Movies International Film Festival, May 1, 2021
Official Selection, London Indie Short Festival of 24 Frames, March 19, 2021
Official Selection, New York Tri-State International Film Festival, Feb 27-March 2, 2021
Official Selection & Finalist, Athens International Monthly Artist Film Festival, January 2021
Official Selection, Montreal Independent Film Festival, October 2020
Official Selection, Venice Shorts Film Festival, December 17, 2020
Official Selection & Finalist, Hollywood International Golden Age Festival, 2020
Waking is a moving poem about interconnection. Love is the way we find comfort in a world that is falling apart. Through love, we deeply connect with others and with the natural world. The shift from a narrative of domination and accumulation to a narrative of respect occurs through a worldview that honors love above all else.
Official Selection, Red Moon Film Festival, NY, USA, December 29, 2021
Official Selection, Make Art Not Fear, Porto, Portugal, October 20, 2021
Official Selection, Extremely Shorts Film Festival, Aurora Picture Show, Houston, Tx, June 5-6, 2021
Official Selection, Medusa Film Festival, May 2021
Official Selection, Vienna Indie Short Film Festival, March 2021
Official Selection, Berlin Shorts Award, March 2021
Official Selection, Toronto International Women Film Festival, February 2021
Finalist, London International Monthly Film Festival, February 2021
Official Selection, Montreal Independent Film Festival, December 2020
Official Selection, Cyrus International Film Festival of Toronto, December 2020
Official Selection, MicroActs: Artist Film Screening, London, U.K., December 2020
Official Selection, Hollywood International Golden Age Festival, December, 2020
Honorable Mention, Hollywood International Golden Age Festival, December, 2020
Memento Mori is a moving postcard/micro-film created to imagine correspondence between the lovers of eternity, Via Postel and The Wanderer.
Official Selection, Montreal Independent Film Festival, February 2021
Official Selection, Paris International Short Festival, February 2021
Bones, moving poem collaboration, images by Kathleen Quillian, poetry by Quin de la Mer, 2020
Official Selection, Extremely Shorts Film Festival, Aurora Picture Show, Houston, TX, June 5-6, 2021
Official Selection, 9th International Video Poetry Festival, Athens, Greece, online screening due to Covid beginning June 6th (ongoing) 2021 filmpoetry.org
Shapeshifters Cinema, Oakland, California, USA, December 2020; www.shapeshifterscinema.com
Talk of the Town, moving poem collaboration, images and voice by Quin de la Mer, poetry by Edith Goldenhar, 2020.
Official Selection, Queens World Film Festival, screening live at The Local on June 26 and virtually on June 30 with the Wild Work block, Queens, NY
Exquisite Corpse, an internationally collaborative project shot during the 2020 pandemic by moving image artists and poets, 2020
Maysles Documentary Center, Harlem, New York, December 14-19, 2020
Live discussion with the filmmakers, December 17, 2020
Tenuous We, a collection of cinepoems created collaboratively by filmmakers, moving image artists, and poets, 2020.
Shapeshifters Cinema, Oakland, CA, December 2020
Maysles Documentary Center, Harlem, NY.