Filmmaking, media arts

“Polyvalent media artist and storyteller with an interest in experimental cinema, immersive storytelling and the interaction of physical and virtual space through projection mapping, augmented and virtual reality.

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Nadine Valcin is an award-winning filmmaker and media artist based in Toronto. Her practice is varied encompassing experimental, narrative and documentary film and deals with questions of language, race and identity. Her work seeks to assert the specificity of the Black presence and experience in this country and address its erasure from the national narrative.Nadine is the 2020-21 Archive/Counter Archive artist-in-residence at Library and Archives Canada while also developing an interactive documentary about the future of cities for the National Film Board of Canada. She is the recipient of numerous Canada Council for the Arts and Ontario Arts Council grants as well as several prizes including the OCAD University Presidential scholarship, two Chalmers Arts Fellowships and a Drama Prize from the National Screen Institute. She holds a professional degree in architecture from McGill University and recently completed an MFA in the Digital Futures program at OCAD University.
OCAD U - Graduate Studies
Digital Futures (MA, MDes and MFA)
Major Completed, 2021
McGill University
Major Completed, 2000

film and video Documentary Media arts Virtual reality Television production

2021, CFMDC - Abolition Film Society
2021, Cinema Politica: Bring it Black: Films by Black Artists in Canada
2021, CFMDC - Take, Take, Take
2020, Rsearch Creation Grant
Canada Council for the Arts
2020, Black Futures Grant
2020, Virtual reality grant
2019, Presidential Scholarship
2016, Chalmers Arts Fellowship
Ontario Arts Council