HOW TO AGE GRACEFULLY
2012. Documentary short. Running Time: 33min. [Co-writer.] Winner Best Short Doc at Eugene International Film Fest.
Proud of her Canadian grandfather who served with the Allies in WWII, a young woman discovers a photograph of her late Austrian grandfather during a visit to her ancestral home, in full Nazi uniform. She struggles to reconcile how the two men she loved as a child could have battled on opposite sides.
2009. Running Time: 85 min [Co-director, Camera, Assembly edit.] Website.
A father, Peter Wintonick, and his 19-year-old daughter, Mira, both filmmakers, take a cinematic roadtrip around the world. They trek through the present and future of film and image-making, using significant contemporary and historical cinematic sites and personal encounters as their points of departure. pilgrIMAGE is a trans-generational, cine-genetic meditation on media and its personal and social consequences. Equal parts verité film-journal, digital-diary and ciné-blog, through a series of Socratic father-daughter dialogues, gleaned from years of inter-continental film-gypsy journeys, they meet other renowned film ‘pilgrims’ and media practitioners. The goal is to transfer a bit of crazy wisdom between father and his daughter. From a renowned documentarian of cinema’s Generation Why? to those of the next-wave Generation D (as in digital) era.
2007. Documentary short. [Location Recording, Sound Design, Music Mix & Recording.] Montreals Student Film Festival Winner: Best Documentary.Website.]
A documentary on the Montreal Main’s best known porn theatre. View trailer below.
BITCH, RAGE AND ROAR
2006. Documentary short. [Co-Direction, Camera, Edit and Sound.]
A documentary portrait of the Montreal Raging Grannies.