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NOW.HERE.THIS.

A streaming music performance documentary that uses chance and randomizing algorithms to create a new and unique experience every time.

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NOW.HERE.THIS. celebrates the improvisational form and philosophy of being in the moment while featuring the diverse music and ideas of six talented Nova Scotia/Mi'kma'ki based composers: Alan Syliboy, Amy Brandon, Geordie Haley, India Gailey, Mohammad Sahraei and Samantha Wilson.

Check out the trailer and electronic press kit.

It took well over 50 talented and creative people to create NOW.HERE.THIS. See their names below:

 


NOW.HERE.THIS.

DIRECTED AND PRODUCED by
Christopher Spencer-Lowe
PRODUCED by
Lukas Pearse
PRESENTED by
Upstream Music Association

Round

Composed by
Amy Brandon
Courtesy of
Amy Brandon

Performed by

India Gailey
Cello
Tim Crofts
Piano
Nicola Miller
Saxophone

Alaya

Composed by
India Gailey
Courtesy of
India Gailey
Performed by
New Hermitage
Ross Burns
Guitar
India Gailey
Cello
Ellen Gibling
Harp
Andrew MacKelvie
Soprano Saxophone / Bass Clarinet
Jeff Reilly
Bass Clarinet

Beams

Composed by
Geordie Haley
Courtesy of
Geordie Haley

Performed by

Tom Easley
Double Bass
Lucas Goudie
Drums
Geordie Haley
Guitar
Ellen Gibling
Harp
Andrew MacKelvie
Soprano Saxophone
Lukas Pearse
Double Bass
Greg Ritchie
Drums

An

Composed by
Mohammad Sahraei
Courtesy of
Mohammad Sahraei

Performed by

Norman Adams
Cello
Peter Bull
Fretless Bass
Ellen Gibling
Harp
Dawn Hatfield
Baritone Saxophone
Mahsa Majidi
Sama Dancer
Mohammad Sahraei
Tar

Caribou

Composed by
Alan Syliboy
Courtesy of
Alan Syliboy
performed by
Alan Syliboy and The Thundermakers
Hubert Francis
Guitar / Lead Vocals
Matthew Gallant
Drums
Joanne Hatfield
Keyboard / Vocals
Lukas Pearse
Fretless Bass
Aaron Prosper
Vocals / Percussion
Alan Syliboy
Spoken Word / Percussion
Evan Syliboy
Electric Guitar

Waterside

Composed by
Samantha Wilson
Courtesy of
Samantha Wilson

performed by

Mark Adam
Percussion
Nicholas D’Amato
Double Bass
Andrew Jackson
Trombone
Nicola Miller
Alto Saxophone
Angela Sande
Vocalist
Samantha Wilson
Electric Guitar

 

DIRECTOR OF PHOTOGRAPHY
Jeff Wheaton
MUSIC RECORDING, SOUND RECORDIST
John Janigan-Mills
MUSIC AND SOUND MIXER
John Janigan-Mills
EDITORS
Sarah Byrne
Yifan Liu
CSL
CODE DEVELOPER
John Janigan-Mills
DEV OPS TECHNICIAN
Sean MacGillivray
EXECUTIVE PRODUCER
For Gorgeous Mistakes Productions
Walter Forsyth
Production Manager / 1st Assistant Director
Nicole Close
1st Assistant Director (ROUND)
Andrew Sutherland
Production Assistant
Tanya Preyde
Production Assistant (CARIBOU)
Emma MacGillivray
Camera Operator
Darcy Lyndon Fraser
Camera Operator
Devon Pennick-Reilly
Camera Operator (CARIBOU)
Paul Begin
Camera Trainee
Harmony Adesola
Colourist
Doug Woods, 902 Post
Lighting / Key Grip
Lawrence Willett
Grip / Electric
Chelsea Innes
Grip / Electric (ROUND)
Rob Eshelby
Rigger
Ryan Gray
Rigger
Dawn Shepherd
Sound Technician
MacKenzie Cornfield
Sound Technician
Liam Britten
Projections
CSL
MacKenzie Cornfield
Lukas Pearse
Administrator
Gay Hauser
Publicist
Liana Oh

 

Special Thanks

Dawn Shepherd and Ryan Gray at Breaking Circus, Beau Blois at The Round Barn in Old Barns NS, Riley Valotaire, The Fountain School of Performing Arts, Dalhousie University, Peter Allen, Jerome Blais, Radstorm Community Arts Space, The Board and Members of Upstream Music Association, Devon Pennick-Reilly, Erica Meus-Saunders, Cody Chandler, William F. White International, Matt Lynds, Trevor Sutherland, Doug Woods, 902 Post, Amanda Dawn Christie, Kourosh Rad, The Garden Restaurant, Tabrizi Rugs, Pouya Shekarriz, Nathan Ryan, Annik Gaudet, NSCAD University, Briony Carros, Harley Spencer-Lowe

Equipment Provided by
The Atlantic Filmmakers Cooperative
And
William F. White International

We acknowledge the support of Arts Nova Scotia, the Canada Council for The Arts, and the Nova Scotia Department of Communities, Culture, Tourism and Heritage

Arts Nova Scotia
Canada Council for the Arts
the Nova Scotia Department of Communities, Culture, Tourism and Heritage