Category Archives: Past films

So Faraway & Blue

“… like a tormented David Lynch dreamscape, unreeling in slo-mo…” – Matt Hays, Montréal Mirror “Powerful & poetic.” – Patrick Gauthier, Le Journal de Montréal   Feature film by Roy Cross 35mm, b&w, 78 minutes, 2003 Detail: After entirely screwing … Continue reading

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Breeze

Synopsis: A woman reflects on a broken relationship and laments for a lost child. The film is told through a collage of memories and flashbacks. Detail: This film was shot on Super16mm Kodak Vision 250D in all natural light over … Continue reading

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I like to kiss

A film by Roy Cross 2 minutes with sound Synopsis: An erotic desire. A woman and a man like to kiss, so they kiss! Shot on 35mm and processed by hand in a rewind tank. Starring Ariane Li Simard Côté, … Continue reading

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A Portrait in a Letter (Somewhere in England)

Synopsis: The film is a portrait of WWII airman –John Broughton. Born and raised in a small Saskatchewan town, he suffered extensive burns to his face and body when the bomber he was aboard crashed in England. He underwent a … Continue reading

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Dream Of The Woman In Blue

Synopsis: A woman, a child, a river, running. Spinning and swinging, dreaming and playing. Lost. Scared… and fading away. Intent: Somehow, I have found my way back to the beginning. Silent cinema has long lost its audience, just as our … Continue reading

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One morning in June

Synopsis: A woman wants to tell her lover something he already suspects. Before she can say anything, he ditches her early one morning. Does she want him if he comes back? Detail: This was my first crack at shooting digital. … Continue reading

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A Dark Blue Sky

A twenty minute diary film that explores concepts of fatherhood and home after divorce fractures the family unit. The film was funded in part by the Canada Council.

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