Patrick Jenkins is an award winning artist, animator and documentary filmmaker. His latest film “Emanations: A Visual Poem” (2017) won the Best Animation Award at 2018 West Virginia Mountaineer Short Film Festival. His 2015 film “Phantom City” has been shown in Film Festivals all over the world. He was a Special Guest Filmmaker at: the 2013 Melbourne International Animation Festival, Melbourne, Australia; the 2012 London International Animation Festival, London, U.K.; and in 2011 at Anima VI, the Córdoba International Animation Festival, in Córdoba, Argentina; screening his movies and conducting workshops in animation. His film “Circle Game” (2014) was shown in 2015 at Le Festival Heure d’Été à Bruxelles, in Belgium and numerous international festivals. His film “Sorceress” (2012) was shown in competition at the London International Animation Festival, London, U.K., the Melbourne International Animation Festival, Melbourne, Australia, and BE FILM (The Underground Film Festival), New York, U.S.A. His previous film “Tara’s Dream” won both Second Prize and Best Animation Prize at the 2010 Toronto Urban Film Festival. His film “Amoeba” won first prize at the 2010 Toronto Animated Image Society Showcase.  His film "Inner View” (2009), an animated homage to the art of Canadian artist Kazuo Nakamura was an Official Selection of Animafest, in Zagreb, Croatia in 2010. His film "Labyrinth" (2008), a surreal detective story, won 1st place in the Independent, 6 to 30 Minutes Category, at the 2009 KAFI Festival and 3rd Prize for animation at the 2010 Be Film Festival in New York City and was included in the dvd the Highlights of the London International Animation Festival 2009. His documentaries, "Of Lines And Men: The Animation Of Jonathan Amitay" and "Death Is In Trouble Now: The Sculptures Of Mark Adair" premiered on BRAVO! Television in October 2007. His film “The Skateboarder” premiered at the 2005 Montreal World Film Festival and was shown at the 2005 Ottawa International Animation Festival and the prestigious 2006 Annecy Animation Festival in Annecy, France. His documentary film "RALPH: Coffee, Jazz and Poetry, The Poetry of Ralph Alfonso" premiered at the 2001 Montreal World Film Festival and was broadcast on CBC Television's Canadian Reflections and BRAVO! Television. (For more information go to