Gordon M. Reeve with Evelyn Hart (left)

1990-1992 Moment of Light - the Dance of Evelyn Hart

Paris, Munich, Tokyo and Winnipeg. Telefilm Canada, MFS, GLOBAL co-operation with the NFB, RHOMBUS MEDIA INTERNATIONAL

Produced/written/directed by Gordon M. Reeve.

Broadcast in Australia, Israel, Italy, Japan, Korea, Portugal, Spain and U.S.

AWARDS

Best Performing Arts

The Blizzards/Manitoba Motion Picture Ind. Ass. Film & Video Awards

February 25 1995, Winnipeg -Canada

Bronze Plaque Award - Category: Performance

International Film and Video Festival

October 26 to 28 1993, Columbus - USA

Silver Plaque - Category:  Documentary, Arts and Humanities

International Film Festival

October 1 1993, Chicago - USA

Red Ribbon Award - Category: Performance

Itinerant - American Film and Video Festival

May 26 ro 30 1993, Chicago - USA

Bronze Apple Award

National Educational Media Network Competition

May 18 to 23 1993, Oakland - USA

 

PRESS/REVIEWS

Enright, Robert. Moving Intimacies, A Conversation with Evelyn Hart, Border Crossings, January 1992 – Issue 41, Vol. 11, Number 1

Click here to read the Border Crossings article (PDF)

http://bordercrossingsmag.com/magazine/issue/issue-41

Green, Robert-Everett. Music and Dance Critic, The Paradox of Evelyn Hart, Globe and Mail, Friday, July 10, 1992

Click here to read the Globe and Mail article (PDF)

Weber, Terry. Arts, Winnipeg Filmmaker picks up awards, Winnipeg Free Press, October 5, 1994

Weber, Terry. Hart’s life, art dances across screen, Entertainment, Winnipeg Free Press, October 29, 1992

McKie, Paul. Review, Hart: a dynamo of grace, Winnipeg Free Press, November 6, 1992

Click here to read the WFP article (PDF)

MacLennan, Mary Jane. Perfect Form, Moment of Light, Winnipeg Sun, November 1, 1992

Global Television. Premiere Moment of Light, Playback, November 9, 1992

 

MOMENT OF LIGHT (1990-1992)

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Robert Enright, Moving Intimacies, a Conversation with Evelyn Hart

(Border Crossings)

Paul McKie Hart: a dynamo of grace

(Winnipeg Free Press)

Robert-Everett Green The Paradox of Evelyn Hart

 (Globe and Mail)