Public Domain is a “found footage” project made from public domain archival material, that is an exploration and a reaction to the turbulent times we find ourselves in.
Jason Britski is an independent filmmaker who resides in Regina, SK, Canada. His films and videos have been screened around the world in such cities as Tokyo, New York, Los Angeles, Berlin, Rotterdam, and Toronto (screened at approximately 300 venues in 42 countries). In the past twenty-two years he has made 24 experimental films, produced and directed two documentary TV series and the feature length documentary Voice from the Wilderness. Jason has worked in a variety of positions in the film industry as a producer, director, cinematographer, videographer, sound recordist, and as a picture editor. Jason is currently a member of the Saskatchewan Filmpool Cooperative, Blackchair Distribution, and the Canadian Filmmakers' Distribution Centre.