where she stood in the first place.
2012 / 10 min / 16mm
Situated at the geographic centre of Canada, Baker Lake, Nunavut is the only inland settlement in the Canadian Arctic. Fixing its gaze on this stark landscape, McIntyre's haunting and sparse film uses hand wrought black and white 16mm film in a meditation on place and personal histories. (Images Festival)
where she stood in the first place. won the Director’s Choice Award at the Haverhill Experimental Film Festival (HEFF), is distributed by the CFMDC and has screened all over the world including: Film Front Microcinema, (by invitation), Chicago, IL - (November 2017),
UNEXPOSED, Microcinema, (by invitation), Durham, NC - Oct 2016, Surplus/Lack, Curated by Peter Freund and Jaimie Baron, The Lab, San Francisco, CA - April 2016, Enduring Favorite Favorites: Best of Experimental Film Festival Portland, Winnipeg Film Group, MB - Feb 2015, Chicago Filmmakers Cooperative, IL - Feb 2015, In Transformation, PAVED Arts and the Saskatoon Symphony, CORE Series, (by invitation), Saskatoon, SK - November 2014, Haverhill Experimental Film Festival, (WINNER: Director’s Choice Award) Haverhill, MA - May 2014, Antimatter Media Art 14/15 Festival Tour - 2014-2015, 51st Ann Arbor Film Festival, Ann Arbor, MI - March 2013, 42nd International Film Festival Rotterdam, Netherlands - January 2013, Short Experimental Documentaries, curated by Tova Beck-Friedman, Anthology Film Archives, (by invitation), NY - Dec 2012, l'Alternativa, Festival de Cinema Independent de Barcelona, Spain - Nov 2012, Williamsburg International Film Festival, Brooklyn, NY - Sept 2012, Images Across Canada, 25th Anniversary Touring Exhibition (by invitation) - 2012-2013, Antimatter Film Festival, Victoria BC - Oct 2012, Portland Experimental Film Festival (EFF) Portland, OR, USA - May 2012, 25th Annual Images Festival 2012, Toronto, ON - April 2012, Northern Visions, special presentation, University of Alberta Alumni Association at Metro Cinema, Edmonton, AB - Dec 2011, Long Shadows, special presentation by the University of Alberta, and The Art Gallery of Alberta, Edmonton, AB - Sept 2011