Don’t miss it! You can catch an upcoming broadcast of Blind Spot; Moments Unseen on CBC documentary. The broadcast will include a descriptive video feature for visually impaired audiences.
• March 8 at 8pm ET / 10pm PT
• April 14 at 6pm ET / 7pm PT
• May 28 at 8pm ET
Blind Spot; Moments Unseen has received 4 nominations this week at the 2016 Canadian Screen Awards!
• Best Photography in Documentary Program
– Kris Belchevski
• Best Picture Editing in Documentary Program
– Stefan Morel
• Best Original Music in Non-Fiction
• Best Sound in Non-Fiction
– Lance Schibler
The awards will be presented in Toronto, March 8th…fingers crossed!
It was a dark and stormy Sunday night, complete with city-wide power outages and crackling skies.
A perfect occasion to huddle indoors around a movie screen with a lapful of popcorn, a glass of wine…and an enthusiastic audience of friends, family and local cinephiles.
The exclusive, one-night-only event featured an intimate concert with Whitehorse (Luke Doucet + Melissa McClelland) who wrote and performed the original soundtrack for the film.
Also, for the first time in the history of the Bloor Cinema (and a very rare occurrence anywhere), the film was projected with a closed-circuit descriptive video broadcast (via personal headphones) for the visually-impaired audience. After the show, the filmmakers participated in an open-mic Q+A, followed by an open-bar reception…
The screening was open to the public.
Bloor Cinema program.
The house awaits…all 700 seats.
Leslie Haller (Producer), Stefan Morel (Director, Producer, Editor), Melissa McClelland and Luke Doucet (Whitehorse).
Leslie Haller (Producer) and Heather A. Marshall (Executive Producer)
Cinephile guide dog.
Robin Smith (Programmer, Bloor Hot Docs Cinema) and Stefan Morel (Director, Producer, Editor)
Whitehorse blow the roof (and the balcony) off the Bloor.
Thank yous from Heather A. Marshall (Executive Producer), Leslie Haller (Producer) and Stefan Morel (Director, Producer, Editor)
Q+A with Stefan Morel (Director, Producer, Editor)
Sunday May 31st at 8:30pm (for one night only), the marquee at Toronto’s Bloor Cinema will light up for the Canadian theatrical premiere of Blind Spot; Moments Unseen. As a special feature for the screening, a descriptive video narration will be broadcast – via a closed circuit signal – to the personal headsets of audience members with a visual impairment.
Tuesday June 2 at 8pm ET and 10pm PT, you can watch the Canadian television premiere of Blind Spot; Moments Unseen on CBC documentary. The broadcast will include a descriptive video feature for visually impaired audiences.