Jason Britski – “Moving Violation”

Featured Member Works: Jason Britski – “Moving Violation”

“Moving Violation” is a film that deals primarily with theories of remembrance, and questions our notion of what is valuable in our society. Shot in Pixelvision and digital video, this film is an examination of the texture, rhythm, and beauty that resides hidden within a community. Moving Violation, in basic terms, is a document of a downtown area as it is slowly demolished in order to create room for parking.


5:30 minutes (192 ft.)

Production Format: DVCAM, PXL Vision, and 16mm

Exhibition Format: 16mm, Beta SP, DVCAM


Financial participation provided by: Saskatchewan Filmpool Cooperative

Jason Britski is an independent filmmaker based in Regina, Canada. His films and videos have been screened around the world at such film festivals as Toronto International, Rotterdam International, Ann Arbor Film Festival, Hamburg International Short, Revelation Perth International in Australia, Tampere International in Finland, and Cork International in Ireland. His work has screened in 48 countries at approximately 180 film festivals, and also at various art galleries, micro-cinemas, and other venues. In the past 22 years Jason has made 24 experimental films, co-produced and co-directed 2 documentary TV series, and a feature length documentary. Jason has worked in the industry as a producer, director, videographer, sound recordist, sound editor, and as a picture editor.

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