Canadian international touring artist, film composer and filmmaker, Rozalind MacPhail is an innovative leader in live film scoring. This award-winning classically-trained flutist explores new ways to combine image, inspiration and sound in works that speak honestly of people, place and the human experience. MacPhail combines live loops with recorded, manipulated sounds as she performs her original music to contemporary silent film. She was nominated for four MusicNL Awards in 2018 and was an ECMA nominee for "Electronic Recording of the Year.” MacPhail collaborated with Canadian film director, Ingrid Veninger, improvising a live score of original music for her award-winning feature film, HE HATED PIGEONS which has screened at film festivals worldwide. MacPhail’s experimental Super 8 films have screened at film festivals across Canada and the U.S. MacPhail will perform the World Premiere of her fourth audio-visual project, DON’T LET ME FALL TOO FAR at the 10th anniversary of Live at Heart in Sweden Rozalind is also participating as a jury member for Live at Heart Short Film Competition.