Walking With Phil
Walking With Phil | 2013 | 16mm | 3:10
A hand-processed, darkroom manipulated, walk to the pond with Phil Hoffman and Astrid at the Film Farm in 2013.
“Most participants do not arrive [to the Film Farm] with a plan. This is encouraged, if not a rule. Each person ﬁnds a niche during the week and mines it, or makes dazzling last-minute discoveries. Utilizing a laborious “resist” technique, Clint Enns’s Walking with Phil ( 2013 ) was made by applying dots of masking tape frame by frame to exposed footage under a red light then double-processing it, ﬁrst as negative then, with the tape removed, as reversal. There is no textbook for that kind of making.” – Brett Kashmere, “Chemistry Class: Jeffrey Paull, the Escarpment School, and the Legacy of Process Cinema at Sheridan College,” in Process Cinema : Handmade Film in the Digital Age, edited by Scott MacKenzie, and Janine Marchessault (McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2019), 309.
August 29, 2015. La Grande rencontre des arts médiatiques en Gaspésie, Les Percéides, Gaspésie, Québec.
September 27, 2014. 20 Years in the Barn, WNDX Festival of Moving Image, Winnipeg, Manitoba.
August 31, 2014. “Walking With Phil.” Film Farm 20th Anniversary Show, Echo Park Film Centre. Los Angeles, California.
March 8, 2014. $100 Dollar Film Festival, CSIF, Globe Cinema, Calgary, Alberta.
A Day in the Shint
A Day in the Shint | 2013 | 16mm | 1:34
A film made at the 2013 Film Farm using the ’09 shint.
March 3, 2017. From the Farm, Alchemy Film and Moving Image Festival, Hawick, Scotland. Curated by Sarah Bliss.
May 11, 2014. Ende Tymes Festival, Silent Barn, Brooklyn, New York. Curated by Bob Bellerue.
February 1, 2014. Punto Y Raya Festival, Reykjavík Concert Hall and Conference Centre (Harpa), Reykjavík, Iceland.