David Sloma, filmmaker
“My nickname was Dave Rockin’ because I liked to rock!”
During film school, Dave auditioned as a singer for a band (he wrote a lot of poetry and lyrics). He didn’t get the gig, but he met his buddy Rob at the audition. Rob later dubbed him as Dave Rockin’ and the nickname stuck.
Dave later scored the music for his own first film, with 17 minutes of original music (he aims to return to making music, soon).
His credits as a filmmaker include work with visionaries such as:
- Painter Alex Grey
- Grammy-winning singer Alannah Myles
His work has been broadcast on TV, and screened in film festivals.
The National Film Board of Canada (NFB) supported Dave’s documentary “Liberty Village – Somewhere in Heaven”, which featured music and an interview with Liberty Village resident Corky Laing of the legendary rock group Mountain.
Dave has IMDb cred: http://www.imdb.com/company/co0318079/
He’s has done a lot of music-based video work, as well as commercials/promos, and documentaries. He’s even made short films that landed a distributor.
More coming from him in the future, including his documentary on the goth subculture: http://www.gothinsideout.com
He strives to make the world a better place and prays that all beings will soon be at peace.
Personal and writer site: http://www.davidsloma.com