Artist

Tyler Hagan

Tyler Hagan  is a filmmaker, photographer, and historian based in Vancouver, B.C. whose work circles around ideas of landscape, place, and identity.  His work has shown at Berlinale, Montreal World Film Festival, imagineNATIVE Film and Media Arts Festival, as well as online with the National Film Board, CBC, and the National Screen Institute of Canada. His latest work is a cross­-disciplinary project comprised of the interactive documentary Similkameen Crossroads and the photography and video exhibition In the Similkameen. He is currently a Master's candidate in History at the University of British Columbia. He received his BFA in Film from Simon Fraser University’s School For the Contemporary Arts.

Videography

Listener's Guide to the Saskatchewan Grid Road Map

2015, 01:53 minutes, colour, No language

In the Similkameen

2013, 05:39 minutes, Colour, No language

This Is How Long These Words Will Last

2012, 05:56 minutes, colour, English

Märkt

2012, 14:21 minutes, colour, English

Estuary

2012, 10:15 minutes, colour

Moving Slowly

2011, 18:32 minutes, colour, English

In Media Res: It Was Warm and Sunny When We First Set Out

2009, 15:59 minutes, colour, English

And You Keep Going

2009, 16:54 minutes, colour, English