Welcome to the updated links page! When I first launched Tri-City Film, my intention was to create a site where people could find out more about their local film culture. I’ve compiled the list below as a starting point, but obviously there is more work to be done, because this list is far from all-inclusive!
If you’re making films in the area, or know someone who is, please leave a comment or send me an email with all the info, and I’ll add another link to this chain.
Click on the individual’s name, or the name of their production company to see their sites. Any links following that will lead you to a Tri-City Film article about them.
Enjoy, and prepare to bookmark!
Crypt Club Productions: A Toronto based production company founded and led by Miguel Gallego. Crypt Club releases AAAAAH!! Indie Horror Hits, an annual compilation of indie horror shorts. Submissions are always welcome and encouraged.
Ed Video: Founded in 1976, Guelph’s Ed Video is one of Canada’s oldest artist-run centers and an invaluable resource for local filmmakers. The Ed stands for educational, and they can help you make your film. Contact them immediately.
The Multicultural Cinema Club: Founded and led by Azam Fouk Aladeh, the Multicultural Cinema Club strives to create and foster cinema culture within our community. The group screens films, hosts discussions, creates artistic works, and encourages community filmmaking in Kitchener and Waterloo. The Multicultural Cinema Club is open for anyone interested in artistic community projects.
Ode Productions: David McDowell, John Wideman, and Paul Plett helm this Toronto based production company that maintains strong ties to the KW region. Titles include A Documentary About Love, and an upcoming, soon-to-be-titled epic that will take place along the highways and byways of Canada.
Reese Eveneshen: Reese is a filmmaker from Guelph whose most recent film, Dead Genesis, is slated for a summer DVD release. Other works include Desperate Union: Don’t Forget Me (Angel) (2010) and Numb (2008.
~ David Briggs