Matthew Rankin is a Canadian filmmaker who lives and works in Winnipeg. He is also the co-founder of the l’Atelier-National du Manitoba filmmaking collective with Walter Forsberg.
Watch Streaming Films By Matthew Rankin:
Cattle Call (2008) (co-directed with Mike Maryniuk)
Sharhé Halé Shakhsi (2008)
Barber Gull Rub (2008)
The Robert Vilar Workbooks Vol. I (2007) (co-directed with Alek Rzeszowski)
I Dream of Driftwood (2007)
Ou est Maurice? (2006) (co-directed with Alek Rzeszowski)
Kubasa in a Glass (2006) (co-directed with Walter Forsberg)
Death by Popcorn: The Tragedy of the Winnipeg Jets (2005) (co-directed with Walter Forsberg and Mike Maryniuk)
Le facteur poulpe (2005)
The 9th annual WNDX Festival of Moving Image includes new work by Karl Lemieux, Clint Enns, Leslie Supnet, Thorsten Fleisch and MIke Olenick’s Red Luck.
The Underground Film Journal has long had a fancy for apartment buildings with names, so Matthew Rankin’s I Dream of Driftwood scratches a most perfect itch for us. This short experimental film is a hectic tour around Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, focusing on buildings such as Morgan Manor, The Moorgate and, our favorite, Gary Manor.
The 7th annual WNDX Festival of Moving Image presents a four-part study of Beat cinema by Jack Sargeant, a moveable microcinema curated by Solomon Nagler, plus films by Clint Enns and much more.
If you’re in Park City and want to catch some under the radar films, here’s a good guide, including Jef Taylor’s After You Left and more.
The 2011 Sundance Film Festival will screen short films by underground filmmakers like Jef Taylor, Martha Colburn, Matthew Rankin and more.
Aug 30: Celebrate the lo-fi fun of Winnipeg with movies by its best directors, like Clint Enns, Heidi Phillips, Matthew Rankin and more.
The 5th annual Montreal Underground Film Festival is 3 days of awesome short films, including ones by Leslie Supnet, Joseph Christiana and more.
Watch the short film Self-Portrait: M. Rankin by Winnipeg filmmaker Matthew Rankin who shot the entire film using a cell phone.
Nov. 22: Catch more great award-winning short films from this year’s Ann Arbor Film Festival, where the theme is personal looks at globalization.
The lineup for the Lausanne Underground Film Festival is a staggering one with films by Kerry Laitala, Bill Plympton, Jack Smith, Ken Jacobs and more.