Artist

Scott Beveridge

Scott Beveridge is an award winning independent filmmaker currently based in Toronto. His films are entirely self-funded and have been screened worldwide at such festivals as the Montreal World film Festival, the Toronto International Film Festival, Argos 2000 France and Gallery Toit du Monde-Switzerland.
His work has been invited to participate in numerous travelling exhibitions and has been featured in video compilations distributed in the United States and Canada. His film Quiver won the Inside/Out Festival's Best Canadian Short Film (2000) and When You Name Me was named one of the Top Ten Canadian Films of 1993 by NOW Magazine. A graduate of the Canadian Film Centre, he has been writing and directing his own work for the past ten years.
Scott is presently working on a feature film script and a new short, and is an alumni at the Canadian Film Centre Director Resident in Toronto.

Videography

Odessa

2000, 05:00 minutes, colour, English

Quiver

1999, 05:00 minutes, colour, English

For Madness is Freedom in Prison

1996, 06:00 minutes, colour, English

Taking Control

1994, 37:00 minutes, colour, English

When You Name Me

1993, 11:00 minutes, colour

Untitled

1992, 07:00 minutes, colour, English

Critical Writing

Spirit in the dark: Inside Out gives us a chance to see and cheer...
by Glenn Sumi. Xtra!, May 13, 1994, no. 249.
Video Art without fear
by Carolyn Bennett. EYE WEEKLY, Jan. 13, 1994.
Technique Serves Content in Trinity video Collection
by Cameron Bailey. Now, Jan. 13, 1994, v. 13, no. 20.
The dangers of pleasure: A Toronto forum discusses action against...
by Liz Czach. Xtra!, Nov. 27, 1992, no. 211.