Robbery Art Gallery & Paint Movement present the Toronto Premier of Heavy Love A musical short film
Toronto, Ontario – February 23rd, 2013 marks the premier of Heavy Love, a musical short film, directed by Jerome Riel, produced by Jesse McCracken and Cassandra Depetrillo. The musical score is written and performed by Toronto’s Paint Movement.
Paint Movement is a 4 piece Canadian indie band. Their musical style mixes elements of rock, pop and soul and melds them into unique songs. Paint Movement music is represented by Nevado Records.
What people are saying about Paint Movement:
“ they sculpt each masterpiece with heaps of rising anticipation before launching into an ear-rejoicing climax” - Sound Proof
“It is most definitely worth a listen or three”- GreyOWL Point
“Musically rich & beautifully layered…” – North by East West
In October 2012, filmmaker Jerome Riel and his team followed the band Paint Movement to an abandoned theatre in an isolated town in Northern Ontario. The theatre had been abandoned for over 50 years after the young couple who owned it mysteriously disappeared. There, they filmed a three part performance from the band as well as their experience within the theatre. The result is this film, Heavy Love.
Premier of Heavy Love with a performance by Sequoia, featuring Carleigh Aikins from Bahamas and Taylor Knocks after the show
457 Roncessvalles Avenue
8 p.m. start ~ PWYC
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View the films trailer https://vimeo.com/57327746
The RobberyArt Project is a collaboration of artists who share their individual passion and talent to support creativity and opportunity in the world of arts and culture, incorporating many styles and skills. The Robbery Art gallery is used as a space for artists to come and create in, as well as show art created. A portion of the proceeds from the event and art sold is donated to Plan Canada’s, Because I am a Girl. For more information on RobberyArt vist Robberyart.com