A man wakes, only to find himself inside a painted landscape - a moving Monet. The dreamscape is in constant flux, nature reshapes and reforms around him, in conflict, like his desire to free himself of this surreal confinement. Will he be lost forever in this never ending fancy or disappear like a faded memory?

Technical Details

5 minutes; Experimental/Animation; Colour


Paul Cameron Miller


Producer/Director - Warren Nightingale
Associate Producer - Brian Tesiay
Assistant Director - Geoff Moffat
Technical Director - Meghan Stewart
Lighting - Claude Robert
Cinematography - Scott Jaworski
Assistant Camera - Melanie Overall
Production Assistant - Kaitlyn Stewart
Editor - Warren Nightingale
Animation Team - Charlie, Michael Adsuyn, Warren Nightingale
Music - "The Jacksonian March" by Paul Cameron Miller

Debut Screening

Gimli Film Festival (July 2004)

Additional Screenings

Musuem of Canadian Contempary Art
NSI FilmExchange - SnowScreen
Yorkton Short Film Festival
Centretown Movies
IFCO Reel Thursdays
Club SAW

Special Thanks 

Winnipeg Film Group, Matthew Etches, David Zellis, Grop 101-Winnipeg Distant Chapter, Microcinema, Brian Cameron, and of course Mom&Dad