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Image: Coconut/Cane & Cutlass (1994) by Michelle Mohabeer

Steven Woloshen has mastered the art of direct animation in a series of explosively creative films. Straddling the terrain between the joyfully entertaining and conceptually rigourous, Woloshen’s virtuouso play with film’s most basic elements re-imagines the relationship between colour, sound and the moving image.


Study guide includes an essay by Chris Gehman, independent writer & programmer.


1) Son of Dada (1982/Col/Snd/2.5 minutes)

2) Didre Novo (1983/Col/Snd/2.5 minutes)

3) Pepper Steak (1984/Col/Snd/3 minutes)

4) Get Happy (1999/Col/Snd/3.5 minutes)

5) MeMeMaMa (2000/Col/Snd/2 minutes)

6) Ditty Dot Comma (2001/Col/Snd/3 minutes)

7) The Babble on Palms (2001/Col/Snd/4 minutes)

8) Bru Ha Ha! (2002/Col/Snd/2 minutes)

9) Cameras Take Five (2002/Col/Snd/3 minutes)

10) Minuet (2003/Col/Snd/1 minute)

11) Two Eastern Hairlines (2004/Col/Snd/4 minutes)

12) Snip (2004/Col/Snd/2 minutes)

13) The Curse of the Voodoo Child (2005/Col/Snd/3 minutes)

14) Rebuttal (2005/Col/Snd/2 minutes)

15) Changing Evan (2006/Col/Snd/1 minute)

16) Phont Cycle (2006/Col/Snd/4 minutes)

Steven Woloshen (Artist Spotlight Series)

  • Artist(s)
    Steven Woloshen, Luther Cartier




    44 min




    Canadian Filmmakers Distribution Centre

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