Telegram Article

Thank you Tara Bradbury of The Telegram for this beautiful story about our upcoming St. John’s premiere of FROM THE RIVER TO THE OCEAN and why Saint John, NB was a trip and a half! http://www.thetelegram.com/living/entertainment/2017/5/7/st–john-s-musician-rozalind-macphail-returns-from-ecmas-with-mo.html

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From the Press – The Telegram

Thanks to Ken Simmons at the Telegram for this review of HEAD FIRST and about my involvement in the live score for Ingrid Veninger’s HE HATED PIGEONS, which will be screened on Sat Oct 24 in LSPU Hall for the St. John’s International Women’s Film Festivalhttp://www.thetelegram.com/section/2015-10-22/article-4317883/Melding-music-and-film/1

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I GAZE BACK – WORK IN PROGRESS

Inspired by my artistic residency through the Cucalorus Film Festival last year, a new live music/silent film project is being created and it features a new location that I’ve fallen in love with, Wilmington, North Carolina. I GAZE BACK involves a number of filmmakers I met while I was an artistic resident including: Shona Thomson, Mandi Edwards, Mariah Kramer, Matt Malloy, Matt Gossett and Josh Caine. There are 2 films of my own in the mix that were shot in Super 8 black and white and I hand-processed with film professor, Andre Silva at UNCW. I’m currently composing all the music for the films and should have the soundtracks completed by the end of August. Our goal is to submit the project to Cucalorus in order to perform the world premiere it at this year’s festival. Keep your fingers crossed for us! : )

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ECMA Nomination

I am so excited to share this exciting news! HEAD FIRST has been nominated for an East Coast Music Award for Electronic Recording of the Year! I can’t begin to thank all of the amazing musicians, filmmakers, artists and engineers that have been involved in this 7 year project. Thank you ECMA’s! http://www.ecma.com/ecmw/2015/awards

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