Sophie Jarvis

Director / Production Designer

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Sophie Jarvis (Reel)

Style

Jarvis' focus is on high concept storytelling, strengthened by evocative imagery and her trademark dark humour. Jarvis' background as an art director informs and strengthens the visual language of her work. She is an excellent creative problem-solver, and revels in the collaborative spirit of filmmaking.

Oat vs. Oat (2017)

Client: So Fresh

Director: Sophie Jarvis
DOP: Jon Thomas

Class Photo (2018)

Client: Rare Disease Foundation

Director: Sophie Jarvis
DOP: Talbot Twins

About Sophie Jarvis

In 2012, her short film The Worst Day Ever was an official selection at the Toronto International Film Festival. During this festival, she was featured on the Telefilm Not Short on Talent comedy panel. The Worst Day Ever won the Achievement in Direction award at the EnRoute Film Festival in 2013. Since then, Sophie has directed five more short films that have consistently received festival and arts council support. Sophie was invited to participate in the 2013 Berlin Talents program: a lab that runs during the Berlin International Film Festival.

Accolades

The Worst Day Ever (Short Film)
Best Direction
2013 enRoute Film Festival

Homesick (Short Film)
Official Selection
2017 Reel 2 Real International Film Festival

Penny's For Tea (Short Film)
Official Selection
2016 Spokane International Film Festival

Homesick (Short Film)
Official Selection
2016 Vancouver International Film Festival

Penny's For Tea (Short Film)
Official Selection
2015 Vancouver International Film Festival

Penny's For Tea (Short Film)
Included
CBC's "Canadian Reflections" Series

Homesick (Short Film)
Official Selection
2016 Cucalorus Film Festival

Penny's For Tea (Short Film)
Official Selection
2015 Interfilm International Short Film Festival Berlin

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