ADRIAN LEE LEARNS HOW TO RIDE A BIKE

IT HAS BEEN MONTHS in the making, but ALLHTRAB has finally been released. Thanks again to Kat Shubaly and her project, Halifax’s municipally funded One Night Stand Pop-Up Gallery for commissioning it this past summer. I don’t think Adrian would have agreed to do it otherwise.

You can find out more about our documentary work at the Fee Fi Fo Films website.

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BIG SHOES RELEASED

[vimeo http://vimeo.com/25627919]

 

ALMOST A YEAR after I first heard about Klutzy the Klown, we’ve released the full-length version on Vimeo. The shooting and audio is a little primitive, but he’s a very odd man and his story is unrivaled in its depth. It’s only around a half-hour (for better or worse), so give it a shot when you have the time.

Repeated thanks to all the Cape Bretoners who helped us put this together, and all the support we got along the way.

ADRIAN LEE LEARNS HOW TO RIDE A BIKE: COMING AUGUST 26

AT 22-YEARS-OLD, Adrian Lee doesn’t know how to ride a bike.

So we tried to teach him.

 

Check out the premiere screening as part of friend and art-lady Kat Shubaly’s One-Night Stand Pop-Up Gallery, funded by the city of Halifax. The third documentary from Fee Fi Fo Films, and the last for a little while, as I spend the next year in Busan, South Korea, teaching English and writing the occasional narrative piece within a series I’ll call something like The Korea Notes.