ONE THOUSAND FLOWERS PRODUCTIONS
One Thousand Flowers is a production company owned and operated by Millefiore Clarkes. One Thousand Flowers produces short online documentaries (Pocket Docs) for individuals, organizations and businesses.
Pocket Docs are an excellent way to provide intimate insight about what you do and who you are to clients and/or audiences; a savvy way to increase your online presence and enhance your website. Pocket Docs can be educational, personal, beautiful, humourous, or a combination of all elements. They will give audiences/clients a reason to return to your web-space and a incentive to share their experience with others.
One Thousand Flowers also produces music videos and an array of other media art productions such as feature documentaries and web series. Millefiore Clarkes is also available for free-lance work as an Editor and DOP. Please contact One Thousand Flowers for rates as they are assessed on a per project basis.
Millefiore Clarkes is an award-winning filmmaker from Canada’s smallest province, Prince Edward Island. Through her company One Thousand Flowers Productions she produces a variety of media work: short and feature documentaries, music videos, drama, experimental shorts, and video installations. She received the 2019 DOC Institute’s Vanguard Award for her work as a documentarian. Her most recent work is a short lyrical, dramatic film SOLASTALGIA that explores the theme of climate grief. It won Best Canadian Short at the Silverwave Film Festival, has played at festivals across Canada and internationally, and is currently on CBC Gem.
She has directed three documentaries for The National Film Board of Canada: THE SONG AND THE SORROW, BLUE RODEO - ON THE ROAD, and ISLAND GREEN. THE SONG AND THE SORROW won Best Short Atlantic Documentary at FIN - Atlantic International Film Fest, Best Documentary at Silverwave Film Festival, Best Atlantic Doc at Lunenburg Doc Fest, Best Mid Length Documentary at The Scottish Mental Health Arts Festival, and was a Top Ten Audience Choice at Available Light Film Festival.
Her films have screened at festivals across Canada and the US and have been broadcast on CBC and Bravo! Her experimental short December in Toronto is featured on Vimeo’s Staff Picks, and her music videos have won a number of awards.
She is passionate about making films that connect us to one another and to nature.