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.
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.
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.