is a




filmmaker and

second generation Nihilist.


Mark Favro

Feb 11, 2014 composition

Me playing Animoog app on my iPad.

Clown Face - 1993

written & directed by Mark Favro.

Made with a grant from the Ontario Arts Council.

A dark seedy story about a Father and Sons.


When I was a kid I started making animated films with my Dad’s Super8 camera. 

My Dad told me his friend had kids that made films too, so in 1980 I collaborated for the first time with Owen and Galen Curnoe

Film led to B&W reel to reel video. The advantage being immediate results without developing of film. Also the advantage of sound.

Lots of running around with toy guns throwing dummies off rooftops. 

In 1983 Owen’s Dad bought a CANON colour VHS portapack and camera.

The mid 80s was a very inspired and productive time for the three of us.

This was a group effort that would last until Galen moved to Vancouver in 1990. 

The last movie we all worked on together was Welcome To Forever in 1995 when Galen came back to London Ontario for a visit.

Ed & Ford in The Cheezy Invention - 1984

The joke is they are action heroes from another country so their voices are dubbed.

The Scavenge - 1985

directed by Owen Curnoe

A mad Max kind of thing with bikes.

One Fine Day In The Wasteland - 1986

directed by Owen Curnoe, co-written by Steve MacDonald.

Kind of like DOWN BY LAW and MAD MAX mixed together.

Welcome To Forever - 1994

directed by Owen Curnoe written by Owen Curnoe, Galen Curnoe & Mark Favro.

A bit of John Woo style in this short action film.


some super8 stuff  - 1980/1981

video for other artists

Stan Ridgway

walking’ home alone - 2016

video by Mark Favro

music by Stan Ridgway

Stan allowed me to make this and gave me positive and helpful tips while working on it.

Nash The Slash 

music in a particular vein - 2016

video by Mark Favro

music by Nash The Slash

I’ve been a a fan of Nash The Slash since I was 13. 

He was the one that got me into music.

Since his death I felt I wanted to make some sort of video.

For those of you that have misplaced your old  Nash records you can find most of them on iTunes and bandcamp and I urge those out there that have never heard of him to check him out!


moon song - 2015

video by Mark Favro

music by Luddites