On the edge of adolescence, Dexter visits the big city, and his sister, for the first time. The two navigate their relationship after having lived apart for the last few years. Together they explore the big city, trying to understand how to relate to one another again.
11:40 / colour / HD / 2017
featuring Dexter Thiessen, Dominique van Olm & Joseph Amenta directed and edited by Dominique van Olm cinematographer Julia Hendrickson produced by Darren Snowden
sound recorder Darren Snowden sound design Evan Jerred original score Dillon Baldaserro colourist Laura Aqui, Urban Post
'17 Eastern Oregon Film Festival '18 Montclair Film Festival '18 Redline Int. Film Festival - best director nomination ’18 Breakthroughs Film Festival Vimeo Staff Picks
Agency: Smith Roberts Communications Client: Toronto Police Services Production Company: FRANK Content Director/Editor: Dominique van Olm Cinematographer: Nick Haight 1st AC: Keenan Lynch B Cam: Eric Rowe Sound Recorder: Marco Frugiuele
TIM HICKS & DIERKS BENTLEY RISER TOUR 2014
BTS TOUR VIDEO // 2014
Client: Tim Hicks Agency: Open Road Recordings Director/Cinematographer/Editor: Dominique van Olm Sound Recording: Darren Snowden
Alex does not like the idea of giving up her image for the sake of her Mother's wedding day and would rather be competing for a green belt in her Karate tournament. After having an argument with her Mother on the morning of the wedding, Alex is left standing on her front steps with the difficult decision whethe to stay or go.
'14 Edmonton International Film Festival '14 Curta Cinema International Film Fest '14 Bangladesh Children's Film Fest '15 Maryland Kids Film Festival '15 Green Bay Film Festival '15 Providence International Children's Film Festival '15 Brooklyn Girl Film Festival '15 Shastaland Children's Film Festival '15 Living Skies Film Festival // Best Director, Best Narrative '15 SPIFFY Film Festival // Audience Choice Award '15 Women's International Film Festival '15 NSI Film Festival '16 Mini Muff
I have had the absolute pleasure of working with Orangeville musician and Plez Rawk Princess, Sara May, and her band, Falcon Jane, in a series of videos I have shot for their music over the past few years.
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