Paul Neudorf has several years experience directing, producing, shooting and editing video. His most recent film, Strands, supported by Bravo!FACT and the National Film Board of Canada, was awarded 1st place in the ‘experimental narrative’ category at the 58th Columbus International Film + Video Festival, and is screening internationally. An experimental dance film, Strands is about desire and the unconscious where animated strands of fingerprints interact with dancers Marc Boivin, Jonathan Turcotte and Clara Furey.
His previous film, Refractions, also an experimental dance film funded by Bravo!FACT, has screened internationally, from festivals in Aubagne (France), Milan, and Vancouver to its world premiere March 2009 at the Festival International du Film sur l’Art (FIFA) in Montréal.
He edits video for various clients, both private and corporate. Clients past and current include l’Ensemble contemporain de montréal+, Montréal musicians and singer/songwriters, McGill Institute for Gender, Sexuality and Feminist Studies, Concordia University Television (CUTV), and all genres of video, video CVs and wedding projections.
From 2007-2009 Paul taught video to youth in an innovative new video and media education program for youth at the Segal Centre’s Academy for Performing Arts.
Since September 2010, he has been participating in the Digital Film and Media program’s video editing work-study at the Banff Centre for the Arts. For one year he is editing video and assisting editors on projects such as the Banff Mountain Film Festival, Women in the Director’s Chair program, video art installations, publicity spots and assisting on feature films scheduled for theatrical release.