Monthly Movie Night Series

JOIN US APRIL 17 @ 6PM - 7:15

 

Every month we showcase independent films along with a Q&A between the audience and the filmmaker. This online event helps to raise funds for our new education program Revolution Me Media Lab, and the  Revolution Me Film Festival.

Our fourth installment of the series will feature Canadian filmmaker, actor & musician Anthony Von Seck. Anthony's films, "100th Victim" & "Limbo" have screened & won awards at the Revolution Me Film Festival.  He will be showcasing both films and one of his first films followed with a Q&A. 

Tickets are by donation, and all proceeds go to help Revolution Me continue show and grow

the arts in our communities.

 

Donate below and we will send you an email

with all the viewing information.

 

***IF YOU CAN'T MAKE THE MOVIE NIGHT WITH Q&A, YOU WILL STILL HAVE ACCESS TO CHECK OUT THE MOVIES

ON YOUR OWN TIME

 

Canadian based filmmaker, actor and musician Anthony von Seck is a thirty-year veteran of the Canadian filmmaking scene, having started out in music videos in the early nineties, winning awards at MuchMusic for his independent and quirky style. Von Seck developed as a professional cinematographer, shooting music documentary and feature work around the world. Documenting high-profile artists like Drake, and Ziggy Marley, winning a Canadian Juno Award for his feature directorial-debut documentary Look At What The Light Did Now, for Canadian artist Feist. 

 

Von Seck has recently produced two independent short films, Limbo and The 100TH Victim, exploring his unique style of dirt noir thrillers. Both films are represented by Aug&Ohr Agency in Germany. The short films have played in over 100 festivals internationally, winning Best Short, Best Screenplay, Audience Awards and Best Actor and Supporting Actor awards. 

 

Von Seck most recently wrapped production as Cinematographer and Lead Editor on the Apple+ TV series, Long Way Up, starring Ewan McGregor and Charley Boorman, and as editor on STILL MAX, directed by Katherine Knight on the life and art of Canadian artist Max Dean.

FILMS SCREENING ON MOVIE NIGHT BY ANTHONY VON SECK 

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