Solomon Nagler is a Canadian-based filmmaker who has worked extensively with film co-ops in Winnipeg, Toronto, Vancouver, Warsaw, and Paris. Nagler's films, installations, and curated shows have played across Canada, in the US, Europe, and Asia. His work explores the way in which film represents our individual personas, and the landscapes that are appropriated into our self-identity. Gritty, colourful, and always pushing the limits of narrative possibilities, his films attempt to challenge the boundaries of contemporary cinema. His work was featured in a Retro-spective at the "Winnipeg Cinematheque" in August of 2004, and a collection of his short films were featured at the "Festival De Le Cinema Difference" in Paris, France in December, 2005.