Scott Berry



Born in Detroit, Scott Berry is a Toronto-based filmmaker, curator, photographer and troublemaker. Jobs he has held include: secretary, server, record store clerk, radio producer and shop steward. He most recently curated "Memento Mori: Films by Jim Hubbard" for Pleasure Dome, Toronto in June 2002. This summer he exhibited a solo show of B&W photography and super-8mm film loops at Galerie Zsa Zsa and most recently collaborated on a multimedia installation for the Ashkenaz Festival of Yiddish Culture entitled "Alter". Scott's current job is Installations Coordinator at the Images Festival of Independent Film and Video and is on the Board of Directors of LIFT, the Liaison of Independent Filmmakers of Toronto.


fagtactics [2002] canada, super-8mm dual projection, colour, sound on tape, 3 minutes. audio by chandra bulucon.

i thought about you [2002] canada, super-8mm dual projection, b&w/colour, sound on LP, 3 minutes.

untitled [thirteen years] [2001] us, super-8mm/35mm slides dual projection, b&w, sound on tape, 7 minutes. audio by hans process.

handsel [2001] us, 16mm, b&w/colour, sound on tape, 3 minutes audio by hans process.

detritus [2000] us, super-8mm/video, b&w, sound on LP, 5 minutes.

untitled [eleven years] [2000] us, super-8mm/video, b&w, sound, 5 minutes.

gay shame '98 [1998] us, video, colour, sound, 9 minutes.

barricades [1998] us, video, colour, sound, 8 minutes.