Su Rynard

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Su RYNARD (1961, Canada) is an filmmaker who has earned awards for her films and video art. After graduating from the Ontario College of Art, she was one of 10 filmmakers from across Canada selected to be a resident at the Canadian Film Centre in 1996. In 1998 and 2000, she attended arts residency at Yaddo in upstate New York. Her work is a combination of humour, a personal vision on life and the poetic use of visual language.


Absence (1986, short), Within Dialogue (Silence) (1987, short), 1932 (1988, short), The Shaman's Journey (1990, short), What Wants to be Spoken, What Remains to be Said (1993, short), Signal (1993, short), Sexual Healing (1995, short doc), Big Deal So What (1995, short), Eight Men Called Eugene (1996, short), KISS CLOSED MY EYES (1996, short), Strands (1997, short), The Day Jesus Melted (1999, short), Dream Machine (2000, doc), Bug Girl (2003, instal), Bear (2004, short), Moshe Hammer (2004, short), Kardia (2005), Apples (Malus Domestica) (2009, instal), Coronation Park (2009 , short), Drowning London (instal), As Soon As Weather Will Permit (2014, short)

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