FILMS

Produced/Written/Directed by Gordon M. Reeve

Harawi - Olivier Messaien (2002)
Harawi - Olivier Messaien (2002)
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Moment of Light
Moment of Light

The Dance of Evelyn Hart (1990-1992) Evelyn Hart (left) and director Gordon M. Reeve (right) Produced/writted/directed by Gordon M. Reeve Filmed in Paris, Munich, Tokyo and Winnipeg. Telefilm Canada, MFS, Global, co-production with the NFB, Rhombus Media International. Broadcaset in Australia, Israel, Italy, Japan, Korea, Portugal, Spain and USA

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The Will to Win/La rage de vaincre
The Will to Win/La rage de vaincre

1988-1990 Directed by Gordon M. Reeve Production still with Gordon M. Reeve (far left) and Luciano Pavarotti (far right) English and French versions One-hour documentary 16mm film Performances and/or interviews with Luciano Pavarotti, Barbara Hendricks, Theresa Berhanza Filmed in Monaco, Paris, Venice, Montevideo, Verona, New York and Toronto Telefilm Canada and Manitoba Film and Sound

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I Am the Hornblower
I Am the Hornblower

Ivan Eyre 1988 National Galley of Canada

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Brancusi Miastra
Brancusi Miastra

The Sculpture of Constantin Brancusi 1988 Filmed in Paris and New York

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In Hidden Gardens
In Hidden Gardens

Bourdelle, Zadkine, Rodin 1988 Filmed in Picasso Museum, Rodin Museum, Paris

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The Music of Colour
The Music of Colour

Kandinsky 1988 Interview with Thomas Messer, director of Guggenheim Museum Filmed in Guggenheim Museum, New York City, Paris

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Future Imperfect
Future Imperfect

1988 Lydia Winston Malbin Collection of Futurist art. Filmed in New York City. Interview with Lydia Winston Malbin in her home and private collection. Includes works of Boccioni, Medardo Rosso, Brancusi, Ballo and many others. Her important collection of Futurist work also included historical archives and Pollock's first work.

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I Must Paint What I See
I Must Paint What I See

Otto Dix 1987 Interviews with his son Ursus

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Enigma (Part One)
Enigma (Part One)

The early works of Marcel Dechamp 1987 Interview with Anne D'Harnoncourt, Director of the Philadelphia Museum of Art Filmed in Paris, New York and Philadelphia

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Enigma (Part Two)
Enigma (Part Two)

Marcel Dechamp 1912 until his death 1987 First documentation of Dechamp's last work "etant donne"

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Statues That Will Sing
Statues That Will Sing

1987 Interview with Dina Vierny, Aristide Maillol's last model Filmed in Paris

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The Father He Never Knew
The Father He Never Knew

Vladmir Barranoff-Rossine 1987

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A Language to be Seen (Part One)
A Language to be Seen (Part One)

Pablo Picasso and Georges Braque 1987

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A Language to be Seen (Part Two)
A Language to be Seen (Part Two)

Pablo Picasso and Georges Braque 1987 L'Orangerie, Paris

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COMPLETE FILMOGRAPHY

 

1987-88 Harvest - the Tradition - Series of 13 half hour documentaries.

 

1987 Winnipeg in 1912

 

1987 A Language to be Seen Part One 

Pablo Picasso and Georges Braque. Paris

 

1987 A Language to be Seen Part Two

Picasso and Braque. L'Orangerie, Paris, Dina.

 

1987 The Father He Never Knew

Vladimir Barranoff-Rossine.

 

1987 Statues That Will Sing

Dina Vierny discusses Aristide Maillol. Paris

 

1987 Enigma - part one

The early works of Marcel Duchamp. Interview with Anne D'Harnoncourt,Director of the Philadelphia Museum of Art. Paris , New York and Phila.

 

1987 Enigma -two

Duchamps 1912 until his death. first documentation of Duchamps’ last work etant donne.

 

1987 I Must Paint What I See

Otto Dix. Interviews with his son Ursus. Avignon France.

 

1988 Future Imperfect

Collection of Lydia Winston Malbin collector of Futurist art. NYC

 

1988 The Music of Colour

Kandinsky. Thomas Messer, Guggenheim Museum. NYC,Paris

 

1988 In Hidden Gardens

Bourdelle, Zadkine, Rodin, Picasso Museum, Rodin Museum, Paris

 

1988 Brancusi Miastra

The Sculpture of Constantin Brancusi, Paris and New York.

 

1988 I Am the Hornblower

Ivan Eyre National Gallery of Canada

 

1988-1990 The Will to Win

La rage de vaincre English and French versions

One hour documentary 16 mm film,Performances and/or interviews with

Luciano Pavarotti, Barbara Hendricks, Theresa Berganza

Monaco, Paris, Venice, Montevideo, Verona, New York and Toronto.

Telefilm Canada and Manitoba Film and Sound. Director Gordon Reeve

 

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

Paris, Munich, Tokyo and Winnipeg. Telefilm Canada, MFS, GLOBAL,co-production with the NFB, RHOMBUS MEDIA INTERNATIONAL Produced/written/directed by Gordon Reeve Broadcast in - Australia, Israel, Italy, Japan, Korea, Portugal, Spain, U.S.

 

1992/1993 Walks Fast Woman treatment development

CBC. MF&S, Telefilm Canada One hour Documentary on Olympic runner Angela Chalmers

 

1997- 1998 Blue Salute

Manitoba Film and Sound $12,000 Telefilm Canada

 

1996 – 1998 Right to No

CBC $6000, Telefilm $12,000 MFS$6,000

 

2002 Harawi -Olivier Messaien

Experimental videoMusic/dance

 

Prizes and Special Awards Film

 

1993 BRONZE APPLE 23rd National Educational Film and Video Festival Oakland Calif.

 

1993 RED RIBBON performance The American Film and Video Festival Chicago, Illinois

 

1993 FINALIST Certificate of Merit Performance Arts Worldfest Houston

 

1993 BRONZE 41st Columbus International Film and Video Festival, Columbus Ohio

 

1994 SILVER MEDAL 29th Chicago International Film Festival, Chicago Illinois– Arts and Humanities

 

1994 AWARD OF THE MAYOR OF DUBNICA Medzinarodny Festival Slovakia

 

1994 BEST ARTS DOCUMENTARY Second Blizzards Awards Excellence in Television

 

1995 FINALIST Dancescreen, Frankfurt, Germany