Ashes screening in North Carolina 2006

Ashes will be screening June 17th, at 4pm at the Carrboro Arts Center, Carrboro, NC at the Hi Mom! Film Festival. The festival runs from June 15-17, 2006.


Ashes screening under the stars in Regina 2006

Ashes will be screening in Regina at the 2006 Cathedral Village Arts Festival’s “Screening Under the Stars” on the evening of Friday, May 26, at 10pm at the Holy Rosary School. The Cathedral Arts festival runs from Monday, May 22 to Saturday, May 26.

Ashes nominated at Yorkton Short Film & Video Festival 2006

Ashes has been nominated in the Best Experimental category at the 2006 Yorkton Short Film & Video Festival. The festival runs in Yorkton, Saskatchewan from Thursday, May 25 to Sunday, May 28.

Ashes touring Saskatchewan for month of May 2006

Dianne Ouellette’s short experimental film Ashes has been included in a touring package of short films produced through the Saskatchewan Filmpool Cooperative. Organized in partnership with the Organization of Saskatchewan Arts Councils (OSAC), Moving Pictures II: Folk Art features six films that reflect the diversity of independent filmmaking in Saskatchewan. The selection of films and videos in this exhibition demonstrates the range of work created in this province and challenges viewers to redefine the way they look at films. OSAC strives to be a vital and identifiable arts organization by making the visual arts and performing arts relevant to the personal and community lives of Saskatchewan people. Please check the OSAC Moving Pictures web page for dates and locations.

Forever screening at National Student Film Festival 2006

Dianne Ouellette’s graduating film project Forever screened in Regina as part of the 20th National Student Film Festival’s retrospective of University of Regina student films. The screening took place Saturday, May 6 at the Lazy Owl Club in the University Centre. The festival ran from May 3 to May 6. There was a large attendance and all screenings were well received by a mixed audience of alumni and present students. Along with Brian Stockton and Roy Cross, Dianne Ouellette juried student works from across Canada.

Ashes at Filmpool Premiere Screening

The Saskatchewan Filmpool Co-operative had a premiere of members’ works on Tuesday, March 21 at the Regina Public Library Film Theatre: films screening were Slatland by Brett Bell, Toxic #5 by Gerald Saul, Light Unleashed by Gordon Pepper and The Last Dream by Jason Nielsen. The screening was well received with a nice attendance record. The screening followed with a question and answer period led by the Filmpool’s president Ken Wilson.