Underground Film Journal

Solomon Nagler

Solomon Nagler is a Canadian experimental filmmaker, previously based out of Winnipeg, but currently based in Halifax. His work explores issues of how film represents personal identity and how landscapes inform selfhood. He is also currently a professor of film production at NSCAD University.

You can learn more about this filmmaker at his official website.


Black Salt Water Elegy (2010)
j. (2009) (with Alexandre Larose)
Notes on Gesture (2007)
Fugue Nefesh (2007)
untitled3 (stone killer) (2006)
The Sex of Self-Hatred (2004)
perhaps/We (2003)
untitled2 (the last jew of edenbridge) (2003)
untitled1 (prayerielandescape) (2004)
ReRuin (2001)
A Treatise on Prairie Mysticism (2001)
Doc1.doc (1999)
M.O.Y. (1998)


A Rebours

A Rebours from Cinema Abattoir is a full-frontal assault of transgressive short films by Usama Alshaibi, Aryan Kaganof, Karl Lemieux and more.

Rip It Up With Cinema Abattoir

Montreal’s Cinema Abattoir is offering up a night of disjointed, sexy fun on Thursday, Dec. 11 at 9:00 p.m. with a back-to-back screening event. First up, is the part: Rip in Pieces USA, directed by Dominic Gagnon.