Have you met…Millefiore Clarkes?

An introduction can be a wonderful thing. You can meet interesting people, and make new friends. You can be introduced to your new favorite foods, books, music, or artist.

I’d like to introduce you to some of my favorite artists. Some of whom I’ve been familiar with for years, and others I’ve only recently been introduced to.

The person I’d like to introduce is the artist Millefiore Clarkes.

Millefiore Clarkes is a filmmaker and documentarian from Prince Edward Island, Canada. Her passion is to capture on film, the moments in which humans reveal themselves and their essential interconnectivity.

Her music videos Stealin for Catherine MacLellan, People I Love for English Words, and Philadelphia for Paper Lions won ‘Best Music Video’ at the MusicPEI Awards (2012/13/14). She was named ‘The 2013 William F. White PEI Filmmaker of the Year’ and was awarded the 2013 CBC PEI 321 Award with producer Jason Arsenault. Her short doc December in Toronto is a Staff Pick on Vimeo and was shortlisted in the Lyrical Category and screened at the 2012 Vimeo Film Festival Awards in NYC. In 2011 WIFT-Atlantic Chapter awarded her the ‘Salute Award’ for her work in the sector. Her media artwork has been screened at festivals across Canada and the US.
​​She has produced and directed one feature length documentary ‘Stalking Love’ (2005) which aired on CBC’s documentary! channel from 2006-2009, as well as played at film festivals across North America (including RIDM, The Atlantic Film Festival, and the New York Independent International Film and Video Festival).​

To date she has also produced a number of experimental videos and short documentaries which have played across Canada and the US, music videos, and a documentary web series. She is currently in post-production on her second feature documentary and web series entitled The Telling. She is also currently producing a short documentary ‘Where the Heart Is’ for BravoFactual. She recently directed a documentary for The National Film Board about organic farming called Island Green which has screened at festivals across Canada. She pursues her skills as a DOP and editor working on her own films and with others in the Atlantic Canadian film community. She was the Executive Director of The Island Media Arts Co-op from 2005-2008 and a Video Editor in the industry.​
​​She actively advocates for a vibrant film culture in her home province of PEI through sitting on the boards and participating in organizations such as: Women in Film and Television, The Island Media Arts Co-op, and The Island Film Factory.

Other material relating to Millefiore Clarkes.

Artist website: onethousandflowers.tv

Vimeo: Millefiore Clarkes

CBC Radio “Q”: Millefiore Clarkes

Sesquicentennial Public Art Collection: Millefiore Clarks

The inspired city: Millefiore Clarkes

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