Judith Doyle is a filmmaker and writer living in Toronto. In 1978 Doyle co-founded Rumour Publications with Fred Gaysek at 720 Queen West, Toronto (titles include "Kathy Goes to Haiti" by Kathy Acker) and Worldpool, an organization of artists using telecommunications technologies such as slow-scan video transmission, proto-fax machines and early portable computers. Her first films, Private Property / Public History and Launch premiered in 1982 in the A Space series Language and Representation curated by Philip Monk. Her performances (often including spoken word and projected text) were presented across Canada at venues including The Western Front, the Power Plant and the Funnel Experimental Film Center, where she worked and curated in the mid-80's. Her documentary films Eye of the Mask : Theatre Nicaragua (1985) and Lac La Croix (1988) have screened internationally. Her feature Wasaga premiered at the Toronto Film Festival in 1994 and continues to play on Bravo TV. Doyle's short the last split second (1998) won the 1999 Chameleon Award for Best Documentary at the Williamsburg/Brooklyn Film Festival, with a tour including the Metropolitan Museum, NYC, Anthology Film Archives, the Brooklyn Museum, the Pratt Institute and Millenium Film Workshop. "fox : future " in film and non-linear versions, commissioned by Pleasure Dome and screened at the Williamsburg Brooklyn Film Festival in NYC.
2000, 11:00 minutes, colour/B&W, English
1998, 07:00 minutes, colour/B&W, English
Christy Cameron: Legionella's Manifesto
1998, 04:45 minutes, colour/B&W, English
1993, 54:00 minutes, colour, English
The Seventh Fire Elders Teaching
1991, 17:30 minutes, colour, English
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