Clouds of Autumn

"The carefree childhood existence of an Indigenous boy and his older sister is torn apart when the boy's sister is forced to attend a Residential School far from home. Singular visual interpretations infuse co-director Trevor Mack's family history with a slowly shifting tone that evokes loss and love."





Interview at the 2015 Toronto International Film Festival Press Conference:





Aye guys. Man, I haven't been here in awhile. I've been traveling and promoting my film for the past year and a half, and now, in a week or so, I'm leaving to spend 13 weeks directing 7 episodes of a TV show with a $1+ million budget. After that I'm acting and directing in my last short film called 'Shrapnel' which I'm filming in LA. Add me up for some Halo: TeeEmTwentyTwo



I'll take a look at it. I'm a minute and fifty seconds in and so far the sound is great.

Ace, man, love the camera work and tone. Little man did well.

Looking forward to the updates on those next projects

Good luck man, always nice to see someone follow their passions.

very impressive. 

the scenery was captured beautifully, and the sound was excellent. from an emotional standpoint, the narrative had potential, but i didn't feel like it pulled me in as well as it could have. 

i hope you win an oscar one day so i can turn to whoever's next to me and say "wasnt as good as calamity"

that was boring as hell
Aye thanks for all the comments guys, especially Chubbymax.

that was boring as hell