REVIEW – SUNSET SUNRISE

“SUNSET SUNRISE is for connecting to our higher selves, for rising above daily concerns, to open into the space of Love…a beautifully serene way to invoke meditation. Rozalind MacPhail is a fountain of creativity, a plethora of surprises and colors.” – Viviana Guzman (The Flute View)

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Video Release: “Now Accepting Food Stamps” in The Overcast

I used my Super 8 camera in Wilmington, North Carolina during my Cucalorus Festival Artist Residency and hand-processed three rolls of film with the help of Andre Silva and Mariah Kramer at UNCW Film Studies. Thanks to Dan Brawley in 2014 for giving me his precious rolls of film! “Now Accepting Food Stamps” was my reaction to feeling heartbroken about the poverty and racism I was witnessing down South. With all that’s been going on in our current world climate, it feels right to share this film. https://theovercast.ca/a-sneak-peak-of-rozalind-macphails-ecma-winning-audio-visual-project

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New Article -“Leave a Note: Place & Memory in Music of Rozalind MacPhail”

Thanks to Daze Jeffries for writing this beautiful article – “Leave a Note: Place & Memory in Music of Rozalind MacPhail”

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Official Video Release – “The Gaze”

Rozalind MacPhail – “The Gaze” [Official Video] from Rozalind MacPhail on Vimeo.

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St. John’s Premiere – FROM THE RIVER TO THE OCEAN

Head’s Up! The St. John’s premiere of our audio-visual project, FROM THE RIVER TO THE OCEAN is on the way and it’s free! May 12th at 7 pm, Suncor Hall, MUN School of Music. Free parking in lot 15B at the MUN School of Music

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SUNSET SUNRISE

It seems super fitting that I would watch this sunrise of Signal Hill as I began producing/composing/recording a new album as part of the RPM Challenge. What’s the RPM Challenge you ask? It’s a challenge to write and record an entire album of original music within the shortest month of the year.

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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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