We are so pleased Appalachia: Mountaintops to Moonscapes will be screened at The international 8th Kuala Lumpur Eco Film Festival 2015, Its Malaysia’s first and longest-running environmental film festival. Category: Short Documentary / TV Documentary
Friday – Sunday, October 16th-18th, 2015
Vote for! Appalachia: Mountaintops to Moonscapes.
Really exciting news we got through to the first round within the documentary section of the TOFF online film festival, now we need your help and votes to get this story about the environment and the people who live there, out to a wider audience! www.theonlinefilmfest.com Its also going to be shown at www.isleofwightfilmfestival.co.uk 11-15th August 2015
Appalachia has been shown at the Pittsburgh Independent Film Festival gaining some good feedback "Your Film was well received by the audience. Nice job" Ronald Quigley Festival Director.
Atkins CIWEM Environmental Photographer of the Year Exhibition 2015
Appalachia: Mountaintops to Moonscapes - Film Short and Photography from Gignouxphotos: Oil Sands.
Will be shown at The Royal Geographical Society, London
22 June - 10 July 2015
Oil Sands: Roland Woodward argues for the rights of First Nations
A member of the Woodland Cree First Nation, living next to Lake Gregoire Provincial Park, Roland Woodward talks about the economic and environmental issues confronting First Nations since the development of the tar sands.
Sandblast Arts Commisson 2015,
Sandblast is a UK human rights charity promoting the voices and visions of the indigenous Saharawi from Western Sahara through the arts. Partnering with The Scottish Arts Council.
Oil Sands: gignouxphotos Indiegogo campaign will be launched soon. Watch this space as updates will follow via social media and this news feed.
Russian Residency - Russian Arts Council 2009 NCAA
A British Council and AM Qattan Foundation sponsored project in which Alan Gignoux juxtaposes portraits of Palestinian refugees taken where they are today with images of their former homes and villages in Israel.
Exhibited internationally, including the Barbican, London.