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DRAWING COMICS

Various panels from an original online graphic novel I'm developing (writing/illustrating) with Kelowna's Rocketsnail Games. Pretty epic story spanning several timelines. Having fun with this one.

THE TRUTH IS OUT THERE…

Always loved FX. I used to do a lot of 3D animation, but this was my first attempt at playing with Adobe After Effects, showcasing something in the skies above Peachland, BC. Oh, the possibilities...  🙂  ...

KELOWNA YLW MURAL

Hey, next time you're flying out of Kelowna via YLW airport, check out the new Kid's Room sponsored by Jane Hoffman Group and installed by Big Mouth Media. I illustrated the 20' wall mural, and threw in a few personal touches. To see full size, visit my portofolio...

JIM CLIFFE TALKS ABOUT HIS FIRST FEATURE ‘DONOVAN’S ECHO’

By Mike Smith. Jim's first feature-film screenplay, “Donovan’s Echo,” which he co-wrote with his wife Melodie Krieger, was recognized by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences’ Nicholl Screenwriting Competition as well as by the Page International...

SATURDAY AT THE MOVIES – ‘DONOVAN’S ECHO’

By Andy Burns. Some movies just sneak up on you. You have no expectations and they just wind up holding you through its run time and then stick with you long after they’ve finished. That was definitely the case for both the Queen and I with Donovan’s Echo, starring...

‘DONOVAN’S ECHO’ COMES HOME

By Chris Stanford (Kelowna Daily Courier). Vancouver-based screenwriter and director Jim Cliffe's friend and former co-worker Lance Priebe of Kelowna had a premonition his friend would one day achieve his dream of making a feature film. Read full...

DIRECTOR JIM CLIFFE USES DÉJÀ VU TO PEN FIRST FEATURE

By  Kristin Froneman - Vernon Morning Star. We’ve all felt it at one time. It usually comes as a visionary flash or feeling that triggers a memory of something that has transpired before. It was déjà vu that instigated former Vernon resident Jim Cliffe into action....

B.C. FILMMAKER: JIM CLIFFE

When did you know you would become a filmmaker? I’ve always been a movie geek, but filmmaking didn’t seem plausible growing up in the Shuswap. Instead, I built a career in the arts. Eventually I found myself storyboarding for live-action projects and being on set. I...