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The Jon Dewar NC Archive Page

 

Jon Dewar

Jon Dewar has written, edited and directed several short films and does freelance documentary filmmaking for  the University of New Brunswick. He has won Best Director (Pesticide, Severance) and Best Editing (Miscreation) at Fredericton’s 48 Hour Film Competition and Excellence in Picture Editing at the 2013 Silverwave Film Festival (Mirage). His film Optometry was screened at the 2012 Silverwave Film Festival and Island Media Arts Festival. His inspirations include Paul Thomas Anderson, Steve McQueen, Shane Carruth, and Martin Scorsese. He is a graduate of the university and lives in Fredericton, NB.

Jon Dewar’s “Hypothermia” | Introduction & Interview — Matt Rogers

Toby MacDonald’s Je t’aime John Wayne

Chris Russell’s Zombie in a Penguin Suit

Eddie White and Ari Gibson’s The Cat Piano

Guy Ritchie’s Un Rendez Vous

David Cronenberg’s Camera

Numéro Cinq at the Movies

 

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Numéro Cinq’s unique and unparalleled collection of short films and commentary edited and (mostly) written by R. W. Gray. Other contributions from Jon Dewar, Douglas Glover, Sophie Lavoie, Philip Marchand, Megan MacKay, Jared Carney, Erin Morton, Julie Trimingham, Michael V. Smith, Nicholas Humphries, and Taryn Sirove.

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