Saturday, August 27, 2011

Canadian Art Film, You Are Here, Opens this Week

Filmaker, Daniel Cockburn
Source: CanadianArt Online newsletter
Author: David Balzer

There is no easy way to explain Torontonian Daniel Cockburn’s charming, sharply intelligent feature-length debut, You Are Here—which opens this Friday in Toronto, on August 29 in Edmonton, and at other Canadian venues in the early fall. Those familiar with Cockburn’s short films (video art by any other name) will, in part, know what to expect: wry, sensitive, meta-fictional vignettes about contemporary individuals and their various, elusive connections with one another.
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