Vincent Madison

Vincent Madison

Delta-Kestrel Pictures

Filmmaker, producer and director in Toronto, Canada

50 Feet West

This short film shows the contrast between a natural environment, untouched by human development and an urban area only 50 feet away.

It's Not Too Late!!

"It's Not Too Late" is a film set in 1970's, where Montreal police are determined to break up a drug smuggling ring. When Detective Barrett gets caught while trying to arrest the main dealer, things look bad, but a drug-sniffing rat saves the day. In 1975 Montreal, 16-year old high school student Douglas Brown became fascinated with film-making and produced three short films. The technology of the mid-1970's was crude compared to today. The films were shot on Kodak Super 8mm color motion...

FOUND: Buried Treasure

Over thirty years after first being bitten by the film-making bug, Douglas Brown once again picks up the camera and imagination to produce his first short film since 1975. The technology for film-making is better, but the process is the same. FOUND: Buried Treasure is the re-birth of a dream to make short films that make you think, and while the years of being away from film-making show in this production, the seed of imagination has been germinated once again. "FOUND: Buried Treasure" is a...

eon

"Eon" is a film that contrasts the natural primitive wild jungle of nature with the noisy urban modern jungle, showing the passage of an eon of time in a few short minutes. Although the modern world seems good at first, the negative aspects of progress seem to overtake the benefits, in the end leaving us shouting for the noise to stop. In 1975 Montreal, 16-year old high school student Douglas Brown became fascinated with film-making and produced three short films. The technology of the...

Eye of a Needle

One of my first films, shot in Super 8mm in Beaconsfield, QC in 1975. The opening shot was achieved by placing the camera on the tracks and the end result was exactly what I was hoping for. "Eye of a Needle" is a film examining the wealth of suburban Montreal from the perspective of a poor hobo, who jumps off a freight train in the hopes of finding warm shelter or food. Instead, the hobo only sees a world where he neither belongs or is welcome. As he jumps back on a train to travel somewhere...

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