Formed in 2009, Art on Fire is a film collective that produces comedy shorts. Founded by current members Rob White, Nathan White, Neil Adams and Steve McNeil, the collective has featured John Mailhot and Alex Arsenault. The four founding members are joined by Kurtis Rothecker to make up the current iteration. 

Art on Fire's catalog of shorts have been shown publicly at self-hosted screenings, as well as screening by the SaskFilm Pool Cooperative, Pass the Hat Comedy, The Cathedral Village Arts Festival Video Drunk Toronto & Boston, Sick 'n' Wrong Fest, and Bizarroland Film festival.

Art on Fire's shorts "Virtual Reality", "Unsubscribe" and "Dad's Car" have won the Top of the Heap Audience Choice Award at the 2017, 2018, and 2019 Pile of Bones Underground Film Festival respectively and our shorts have screened in Toronto's Video Drunk Short Film Festival and internationally at Video Drunk Boston.

Nathan's role in Art on Fire is as a producer, writer, and performer. Art on Fire is currently working on their third solo screening of new material, tentatively planned for late 2022/early 2023.
"Dad's Car"
Released: 2019
Winner of Top of the Heap Audience Award at 2019 Pile O' Bones Film Festival
Producers: Rob White & Nathan White
"Unsubscribe"
Released: 2018
Winner of Top of the Heap Audience Award at 2018 Pile O' Bones Film Festival
Producers: Rob White & Nathan White
"A Beautiful Day for a Baseball Game"
Released: 2018
Producers: Rob White & Nathan White
"Virtual Reality"
Released: 2017
Winner of Top of the Heap Audience Award at 2017 Pile O' Bones Film Festival
Producers: Rob White & Nathan White

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