Scott Duncan

Scott Duncan is a writer, cultural curator and film-maker. In 1994 his strong organizational skills brought together the artists who would become the Fluffy Pagan Echoes. In addition to his work with FPE, he also performed at the Montréal stage of Lollapalooza’s spoken word tent in July 1994; co-produced Big Mouths, Small Stage, a spoken word showcase, in June 1995; and in May 1996 co-produced (with Jasmine Chatelain)Tongue-tied / Langue-Liée, Montréal_s first bilingual literary and spoken word festival. The three-day festival hosted performers and writers from Quebec, across Canada and the United States. Since moving to Toronto in 1997, his creative energies have focused on film and video making. He received a Canada Council emerging artists grant for Rainin_ Threes / Trocar Lados (Portuguese for “Switching Sides”), a filmed spoken word choreopoem about a group of inner city (Portuguese-Canadian) teenagers playing basketball. More recent films include The Crooked Man. He is currently creating a film about a non-actor who appeared in the 1975 Jean-Luc Godard film, Numero deux.

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