Lindsay McIntyre is a film artist working with 16mm film and experimental, handmade and documentary techniques. Her short films circle themes of portraiture, place, form and personal histories. She has created 28 short films and also does projection performance. She is currently working in handmade emulsion, light play, animation and celluloid manipulation. She has an MFA in Film Production from Concordia in Montreal and a BFA from the University of Alberta. She was a member of The Double Negative Collective and the recipient of the Canada Council’s Victor Martyn Lynch-Staunton Award for Excellence in Media Arts for 2013 and a REVEAL Indigenous Arts Award from the Hnatyshyn Foundation in 2017. Her award-winning work has been shown at many international venues and can be found in several permanent collections.
Kevin Rice has been working with film since 2007. His practice is predominately based in the darkroom where he researches all aspects of photochemistry and performs in depth experiments on 16mm which occasionally result in a “film.”
In 2012, he co-founded Process Reversal, a non-profit whose mission is to advocate and ensure the viability of film for all. His work there has included a wide spectrum of outreach activities aimed at helping to develop an artist run film lab network in North America. This includes a traveling screening and workshop series titled Frenkel Defects, the brokering and coordination of film lab equipment donations to experimental film communities and the development of open source resources that enable greater access to information on all elements of filmmaking.
As of 2017, Kevin has been based in Milwaukee, Wisconsin where he is working to build a new artist run film lab and cinema. His current film project is a site specific adaptation of the book General Sensitometry by Yuri Nikolayevich Gorokhovskii.