Art Post No.20 – On Location

Art Post is a weekly update on the art related activities of Chris Erskine.  This week: on location for the short film project entitled Irish Corktown.

Chris Erskine

chriserskineartist@gmail.com

@erskinec


Odds and Ends – Hamilton’s Cork-Town

This week, a few raw clips from my current project on Hamilton’s Cork-Town.

Artist Chris Erskine

chriserskineartist@gmail.com

@erskinec


Art Post No.19 – Irish Corktown

A weekly update on the art related activities of Chris Erskine.  Posted every Wednesday morning on Fat Cats – Starving Dogs.  This week: work continues on short doc film on Hamilton (Ont) Corktown.  Following key events in the life of Sarah Anne Santry who lived in Corktown during the 2nd half of the 19th century.  The short film will likely be released during the month of March, if all things go well.

 

Chris Erskine

chriserskineartist@gmail.com

@erskinec


Odds and Ends – #HamOnt #Irish Corktown Film Project Continues

 

Filming outside St. Patrick's Church, Hamilton (Ontario)

Filming outside St. Patrick’s Church, Hamilton (Ontario)

16 March 2015 – Now in post-production on my short film entitled: Irish Corktown.  Following the life of a first generation Hamilton Irish Canadian in the 19th century.  I am very busy with editing and selecting music.  Hope to have the project finished later this month. Over the past week, getting used to using a glidecam for film shots.  Steep learning curve.  Thanks for dropping by.

Chris Erskine

chriserskineartist@gmail.com

@erskinec


Art Post No.18 – Corktown

Art Post is a weekly posting on the art activities of Chris Erskine.  This week: struggling with the filming of “Irish Corktown.”  This is my short film of Sarah Ann, a first generation Irish Canadian, who lived in the Hamilton during the 19th century.  My hope is to release the film by March 16th.

Chris Erskine

chriserskineartist@gmail.com

@erskinec


Odds and Ends – The Hermitage

 

Artist Chris Erskine

Artist Chris Erskine

 

Working on a new film project and reflecting on different ways of using historical photographs and drawings in modern urban landscapes. Last summer, I tried a technique used in several recent documentaries.  I am not happy with the results.  As a result, I am still searching for a better way of accessing the past via present day landscapes.  I thought, however, that you may find these past attempts interesting.

Chris Erskine, artist

chrierskineartist@gmail.com

@erskinec

 

 


Art Post No.17

A weekly review on art related activities of Chris Erskine.  This week: start of a new short film project on Irish Corktown.

Artist Chris Erskine

chriserskineartist@gmail.com

@erskinec


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