Here's some stuff I got going on.
"Hives for Humanity" screens at Salt Spring Island Film Festival - What a treat!
March 10, 2015
I'm just fresh back from Salt Spring Island Film Festival. What an amazing experience! Hives for Humanity: The Power of Bees played to two full screenings, and got a great reception at both. Such a lovely community - I've never felt so welcomed nor been so well cared for. I met some great people and got to see some wonderful films. Particular standouts for me were All The Time In The World, The Pristine Coast and On the Trail of the Far Fur Country.
Click below to see this year's full program of films. What a terrific event. I can't wait to go back!
"Grad’s bee-movie screening at Salt Spring Film Festival"
March 3, 2015
I was recently interviewed by Rebecca Phair, a student of journalism working on the Langara Voice newspaper.
"Local filmmaker Mathew Parry’s Hives for Humanity: The Power of Bees will screen at the Salt Spring Film Festival..."
You can read the rest of the article by clicking below.
DOXA - Ten Amazing Days in May
May 21, 2014
"DOXA is an amazing festival, and I am grateful to have been able to participate in it so fully this year."
Commissioned by the Documentary Wales Network, this is an overview of my time at this year's DOXA film festival, and a list of my documentary highlights.
Photo: DOXA Documentary Film Festival
"Hives For Humanity" selected for DOXA
April 5, 2014
So it is official! And I am officially thrilled! The online catalogue confirms that my film Hives for Humanity: The Power of Bees is screening as part of this year's DOXA film festival in Vancouver. The festival runs 2 - 11 May, and my film screens on Tuesday 6 May at 6.30pm. See you there!
Just Film Festival to screen "Hives For Humanity"
February 8, 2014
Vancouver's "Just Film" Festival features mainly social justice and environmental documentaries, and will run 28 February - 2 March. Since the organisers know something that's got a bit of buzz when they see it, Hives for Humanity: The Power of Bees will be screening on Sunday, March 2 at 12.15pm.