An 8mm Documentary By Dianne Ouellette
Directed by Dianne Ouellette "A touching story about losing a loved one. Alexander is five years old and it's Christmas." Alexander is an official selection of Austin Micro Short Film Festival 2018.
Director's Bio: Dianne Ouellette
Dianne Ouellette is an Independent Métis film/video-maker who holds both a BFA in Film and Video and a BA in Theatre from the University of Regina. Dianne is presently pursuing her MFA in Media Production while working full time at the University of Regina. Dianne has completed a diversity of film and video projects over many years. She has worked in a variety of positions in the film industry as a producer, writer, director, cinematographer, videographer, photographer, narrator and editor.
Director's Bio: Dianne Ouellette (Part Two)
Dianne’s films have been screened internationally. She has won numerous awards for her work, such as a Golden Sheaf Award for Best of Saskatchewan at the Yorkton International Short Film Festival for her short 35mm film Daisy, and Best Experimental Film for her short 16mm film Ashes. In 2008 the 13 part documentary series that she Produced and Directed with Framed Films Inc. was awarded a Golden Remi Award for Best Ethnic / Cultural Film and Video Production at WorldFest Houston Film Festival and was also a Winner of a Creative Excellence Saskatchewan Tourism Award. In January 2015 Dianne was extremely proud and excited to screen a short super 8 film, Red is Dead, at the Slamdance Film Festival. She was awarded the 3rd place prize in the International Kodak Super 8 Filmmaking Challenge through The Audience Awards.