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Clutch Pictures Enter Clutch Pictures

 

Welcome to Clutch Pictures--

A theatre in cyberspace.

 

 

We host short films, videos, photography and more, and we're growing every day.

Our online theatre plays our films and videos. Admission is free, and seating is unlimited.

 

Film is about the experience, the perfect moments that transcend reality and become something extraordinary.

 

We'll take you there.

 

BLOG & UPDATES

Collab Work - Posted on April 5, 2011
When school's finished, I'll be doing collaborative work with artists from my program and from Oakville.

More to come! Check back in a few weeks!

Follow Me! - Posted on March 29, 2011
I don't really use this box for updates anymore, so follow @whiffenator and let's chat!

Yapp - Posted on November 4, 2010

I've been busy. First year of Radio and Television at Ryerson has been crazy. Toronto life is great. Been helping out on other film sets, meeting tons of people and learning a lot. Wrote the treatment for my next film, and for a few shorts. Produced a radio show last week. I'm scoring a scene from a film my friend directed this week. Doing LOTS of audio work. Good practice. I was in a Russell Peters movie a few weeks ago. B-Man, (Brad Pugh), from way back in the day is now part of CP, and his comic 'OkaySoComic' is better than ever. He was with Gamelovers when it first started around 10 YEARS ago. Christ, I'm getting old. Big changes coming this way. New crew, new shorts, new content. LG.

Summer Recap - Posted on July 19, 2010

The Singularity premiere went great. the Trip played. One hundred people came. Proceeds went to cancer. Featured in the newspaper.

Greatest feeling ever.

I re-edited the film for the internet, cut down it's length, re-graded and cleaned up all the audio. It was a bitch, but the film looks better than ever. Watch it in the videos section.

Finally - Posted on June 16 , 2010

Singularity premieres June 29th at the Holy Trinity Theatre! Show from the Trip and trailers from HT students. Proceeds go to a good cause.