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Bise-en-Scene Productions is currently working on a feature length film, being filmed in Saskatchewan this summer.
The working title is “Where the Ground Won’t Shake.” You can find more information on our IndieGoGo fundraising page, HERE.
This project is an immense and exciting undertaking. If anyone is interested in supporting our project, creatively, promotionally or financially, please let us know. We’d love to have you on board!
Here’s a recent project, part of a trilogy of short films that Nicholas is experimenting on for his master’s thesis. This one is called Church Light.
We’ve made our award-winning short documentary available to view online!
For more information on the film, please visit the Boreal Forest Expedition website, HERE.
Cinematography is Nicholas’s specialty. Moving from photography into filmmaking gave him a talented eye for composing stimulating and challenging scenes. This is a video project he made called Thermodynamics and Other Short Stories. The fantastic soundtrack is by Andrew Douglas.
This is a video poem created on an impromptu bus trip around Vancouver on a rainy day. It’s called A Syntactic Journey of a Mother in the City.
Lindsay is a fan of DIY filmmaking, making projects with Super8 and consumer video cameras. Her poetry and filmmaking often cross paths with each other. This is a short project called My Kierkegaard. The original format is gorgeous hand-processed Super8, but the virtual version is videotaped off the wall and super compressed.
Our old YouTube channel was anonymous for years. Nevertheless, this video had thousands of views (before the account was accidentally deleted), perhaps because of the sensational story behind the soundtrack song. It was Lindsay’s first film, shot on 16mm.