Director of Tutti Frutti, Founder and Owner of CineCycle
Filmmaker and Owner of CineCycle* Martin Heath has been committed to film and bicycling ever since he was a teenager in England in the early 1960s. He has worked as a film print handler, projectionist and cinema builder for many notable organizations in London and Toronto. His personal projects have included: his 100-minute film “The Son of Tutti Frutti” which played weekly at the Roxy Cinema in Toronto in 1972; his and Chris Clifford’s inflatable Mobile Cinema which toured Ontario for 3 summers (1976-1978); and collecting 2,000 films and 50 projectors. But Martin Heath is probably best known as the owner and operator of CineCycle, an underground cinema and bicycle repair shop in Toronto since 1991.
Read more about Martin's influence on the Toronto film scene here.