Artist

Christina Zeidler

Christina Zeidler is a film and video artist with over thirty short film and video titles in distribution, which have shown internationally at festivals and appeared on television and the web. Christina was named one of Toronto’s 10 best Filmmakers by Cameron Bailey and won the Best Canadian Media Award at the 2004 Images Film Festival.

Zeidler is one half of the euro-electronica-pop-diva sensation “ina unt ina” and part of the newly formed band “Mintz”.

Christina Zeidler, has been the developer and president of the historic GLADSTONE HOTEL in Toronto since 2003, focusing on the renovation and revitalization of the building through a community based approach. She is the creator of the “Artist Designed Room Project” using local artist/designers to implement individually designed hotel rooms, even creating a room herself entitled “snapshot”. With 37 unique artist designed hotel rooms, a multi-use second floor, a restaurant and two bars, The Gladstone Hotel is more than just a hotel, it is a local hub for the arts which fosters the local community while providing instant access to the arts scene for those traveling to Toronto.

Videography

Unca Trans

2007, 05:50 minutes, colour, English

If Anyone Should Happen To Get In My Way

2003, 03:00 minutes, colour, English

Glitter

2003, 01:00 minutes, colour, English

Dogboganning

1998, 03:00 minutes, colour, English

Galaxy Girls

1997, 03:34 minutes, colour, English

Soulsucka

1995, 03:00 minutes, colour, English

Desire

1994, 04:30 minutes

Refill

1994, 01:00 minutes, colour, English

Critical Writing

Streaming Alterity
by Steph Rogerson. Border Crossings, May Spring 2012, v. 1, no. 122.
From Nature to Psychobabble: Beyond/ In Western New York bridges...
by Cynnie Gaasch and Eric Jackson-Forseberg. Art Voice (AV), May 16, 2005.
Spit & polish: Good things come in small packages
by Nick Davies. Xtra!, May 30, 2002, no. 459.
When Worlds Collide: Queer film fest frames a playful, disturbing...
by Kyla Wazana. Xtra!, May 22, 1997, no. 328.
Strange fruit sends gay festival reeling
by Cameron Bailey. NOW, May 18, 1995, v. 14, no. 38.