Join us to celebrate the 2017 Water Docs Film Festival at our Opening Night Reception in the lounge at CSI Annex, 720 Bathurst Street, just a hop, skip and a jump down the street from the Hot Docs Ted Rogers Cinema. We will be displaying some of the artwork of the six artists that are featured in the film The Peel Project and that was inspired by their canoe journey into the Yukon wilderness of this pristine watershed. Your screening ticket is your admission to the party!
Artwork & Artists Represented:
- Painting by Katie Green
- Paintings and sketches by Daniel J. Kirk
- Photographs by Callan Field
- Soundscape by Carleigh Baker & Anthony Wallace
- Glass Sculptures by Aurora Darwin
Canadian Premiere | USA | 2015 | 10 min
Filmmaker: Stephanie Maxwell
River presents a unique perspective on the exquisite, endless beauty found in the intimate motions of river water and the animated reflections and refractions of sunlight and sky. Image sequences of the river and the interplay of the moving water and changing patterns of reflected light are merged into a playful choreography bound by the music score. The final effect is to make the viewer marvel at the natural splendour of the river, with subtle but profound impressions. This work is both documentary and art, meant to elicit gratitude and reverence for rivers and other bodies of water.
Water Docs is supported by Toronto and Region Conservation (TRCA).