Dylan Rhys Howard is an independent filmmaker who lives and works in his hometown of Edmonton, Alberta. His short narrative work has twice been recognized with Awards Of Excellence from the Film And Video Arts Society – Alberta and has been described as “quiet and upfront, honest, real, rich, fertile, built on characters with depth and complexity.” His documentary Lifetimes Of Snow, a portrait of musician Jom Comyn and the hometown they share, was named the most outstanding Albertan short documentary at NorthWest Fest in 2016. His  one-minute silent film A Brief Portrait Of A Northern Summer In Progress received 1st Place at Edmonton’s Gotta Minute Film Festival. He’s currently working on a series of short films about life in Alberta for which the perfect title remains elusive. 


   Photo: Jenna-Katheryn Heinemann