Scott Amos and Rozalind MacPhail New Eyes
Marcel Proust wrote that “The real voyage of discovery consists
Scott Amos is an internationally screened, award winning filmmaker, living in Victoria, BC, who works in both film and video, incorporating found footage and a range of media into his narrative work, including animation and experimental techniques.
His short films have been licensed by CBC Television, Atomfilms, The Wildlight Channel and Bravo!
He was recently commissioned to create a silent film for a live Victoria Symphony performance, as part of their New Currents Festival, and was on the programming team for the 2008 Victoria Film Festival.
Rozalind MacPhail has expanded from classical flutist to one of Canada’s most unique and captivating multi-instumentalist singer-songwriters. By combining her voice, guitar, flute and toy instruments through her computer, she has created a blend of looping soundscapes and songs about the people and places she has connected
This Toronto Island flower-child sang and danced throughout her childhood for anyone who would listen. The flute came into Rozalind’s life at the age of thirteen, after her grandmother read an article about how playing the flute helped asthmatics learn how to control their breathing better.
Rozalind is currently composing and arranging songs for her sophomore album as she prepares for further touring
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