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Super 8 Filmmaker John Porter, Toronto, Canada

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CineZine
documenting the alternative film scene since 2005,
hilighting film projection, super 8, and local film classification laws.

Events: 2005 > 2006 > 2007 > 2008 > 2009 > 2010 >
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2018 >
2019: \/ Recent > Upcoming


75 EVENTS Jan-Mar 2019

39 EVENTS IN TORONTO 36 EVENTS BEYOND TORONTO
Last Month in Toronto - St. Catharines, ON - Vancouver, BC
Dresden, Germany - Worcester, Mass - Durham, NC
Calgary, Alberta - Brussels, Belgium - London, ON
Last February in Toronto - Ottawa - Vancouver - St. Catharines
London, ON - Durham, NC - Peterborough, ON - Montréal, QC
Last January in Toronto - St. Catharines, ON - Halifax, NS
Vancouver, British Columbia - Stuttgart, Germany

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39 EVENTS IN TORONTO


16 EVENTS LAST MONTH
10 EVENTS LAST FEBRUARY 13 EVENTS LAST JANUARY

16 EVENTS LAST MONTH IN TORONTO!

Ad Hoc Collective presents it's screening #17

Richard Kerr in Person!
from Montreal with his videos, 1991-2017,
total running time: 70 minutes. Facebook

Sunday, March 31, 7pm (unclassified)
admission by donation

Innis Town Hall, 2 Sussex Ave., Toronto

^^^

(RESCHEDULED FROM MARCH 10)

The U. of T. Cinema Studies Institute presents

Othello
(Liz White, USA, 1962-1980, 16mm, 115 min.)
All-black production, cast & crew. Facebook

Sunday, March 31, 3pm, free! (classified)

Innis Town Hall, 2 Sussex Ave., Toronto

^^^

Pleasure Dome Artists' Film Exhibition Group presents

Obsessive Pop Tendencies
Videos by Georges Jacotey, Peter Kingstone,
Jiwon Choi, Maya Ben David & Preggy Potter,
Hilda Rasula, Lorna Mills & Yoshi Sodeoka,
Owen G Parry, Kalup Linzy, Twee whistler.
Total running time: 75 min. Facebook

Saturday, March 30, 7:30pm, $10 (unclassified)
or by donation, no one turned away for lack of funds.

Buddies in Bad Times Theatre, 12 Alexander St., Toronto

^^^

The U. of T. Cinema Studies Student Union (CINSSU) presents
Free Friday Films
Weekly repertory movies, mostly digital. Facebook

Straight Outta Compton
(F. Gary Gray, USA, 2015, digital, 147 minutes)
Facebook event

Friday, March 29, 7pm, free! (classified)

Innis Town Hall, 2 Sussex Ave., Toronto

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The Revue Cinema presents its series "Sin in Soft Focus:
Designing the Movies of Pre-Code Hollywood"

A Free Soul
(Clarence Brown, USA, 1931, 35mm, 91 minutes)
With a slide show intro to 1930s movies glamour
by series programmer & host Nathalie Atkinson.
Facebook

Thursday, March 28, 6:45pm, $15 (classified)

The Revue Cinema, 400 Roncesvalles Ave., Toronto

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The Revue Cinema presents its "Silent Revue" series.

A Woman of Paris
(Charlie Chaplin, USA, 1923, digital, 82 min.)
Chaplin's first feature film!
Live piano accompaniment by Jordan Klapman!
In the silent-era Revue Cinema, opened in 1912!
Silent Revue curated by Alicia Fletcher. Facebook

Sunday, March 24, 4pm, $15 (classified)

The Revue Cinema, 400 Roncesvalles Ave., Toronto

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The Revue Cinema kicks off its series "Sin in Soft Focus:
Designing the Movies of Pre-Code Hollywood"

Gold Diggers of 1933
(Mervyn LeRoy, USA, 1933, 35mm, 90 minutes)
plus a conversation with senior
Bata Shoe Museum curator Elizabeth Semmelhack,
and series programmer and host Nathalie Atkinson.
Facebook

Saturday, March 23, 4pm, $15 (classified)

The Revue Cinema, 400 Roncesvalles Ave., Toronto

"Toronto's Classiest Cinema" - Trash Palace Theatre - presents
16mm features & shorts, 2nd Friday each month. Facebook group

Savage Gringo
(Anthony Roman & Mario Bava, Italy / Spain, 1966, 82 min.)
Facebook event

Friday, March 22, 9:30pm, $10 (classified)

CineCycle, behind 129 Spadina Ave., Toronto

^^^

The U. of T. Cinema Studies Student Union (CINSSU) presents
Free Friday Films
Weekly repertory movies, mostly digital. Facebook

Wizard of Oz (Victor Fleming, USA, 1939)

Friday, March 22, 7pm, free! (classified)

Innis Town Hall, 2 Sussex Ave., Toronto

Wavelengths series presents

Enfolded Space:
The Work of Rhayne Vermette

in person from Winnipeg! with her recent videos.
Total running time: 57 minutes.

Wednesday, March 20, 9pm, free! (classified)

TIFF Bell Lightbox, 350 King St. W., Toronto

^^^

Vertical Features presents

El Mar La Mar
by Joshua Bonnetta and J. P. Sniadecki
(USA, 2017, digital, shot on 16mm, 94 min.)
Joshua Bonnetta in person! Facebook

Friday, March 15, 7pm, $7 (unclassified)

Jackman Hall (entrance on McCaul St.),
Art Gallery of Ontario
, 317 Dundas St. W., Toronto

The U. of T. Cinema Studies Student Union (CINSSU) presents
Free Friday Films
Weekly repertory movies, mostly digital. Facebook

Josie and the Pussycats
(Deborah Kaplan & Harry Elfont, USA & Canada, 2001, 98 min.)

Friday, March 15, 7pm, free! (classified)

Innis Town Hall, 2 Sussex Ave., Toronto

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SCREENING CUT SHORT DUE TO PROJECTOR BREAK-DOWN.
RESCHEDULED TO SUNDAY, MARCH 31, 3PM!

The U. of T. Cinema Studies Institute presents

Othello
(Liz White, USA, 1962-1980, 16mm, 115 min.)
All-black production, cast & crew. Facebook

Sunday, March 10, 3pm, free! (classified)

Innis Town Hall, 2 Sussex Ave., Toronto

The U. of T. Cinema Studies Student Union (CINSSU) presents
Free Friday Films
Weekly repertory movies, mostly digital. Facebook

A Hard Day's Night
(Richard Lester, UK, 1964, 87 minutes)
Facebook event

Friday, March 8, 7pm, free! (classified)

Innis Town Hall, 2 Sussex Ave., Toronto

^^^

Camerama Camera Show
Used photographic equipment sale.
Antique & usable, film & digital, still & cine.
Many merchants tables. Facebook

Sunday, March 3, 9:30am-2:30pm, $7

Edward Village Hotel, 185 Yorkland Blvd., Toronto
(west of Victoria Park Ave., south of Sheppard Ave.,
very near intersection of Highway 401 & the DVP)
Free parking! gvperry at gmail dot com 905-550-7477

^^^

The U. of T. Cinema Studies Student Union (CINSSU) presents
Free Friday Films
Weekly repertory movies, mostly digital. Facebook

Tommy (Ken Russell, UK, 1975, 108 min.)
Facebook event

Friday, March 1, 7pm, free! (classified)

Innis Town Hall, 2 Sussex Ave., Toronto

^^^

10 EVENTS LAST FEBRUARY
IN TORONTO!

Pleasure Dome Artists' Film Exhibition Group presents

Composthumanism
8 new Canadian & international videos (total 49 min.)
by Kristin Flattery, Cristina García Zarzosa, Kent Tate,
Juliana Saragosa, Christina Battle, Maria Magnusson,
Cherlyn Hsinghsin Liu, Julie Gendron & Emma Hendrix,
then a new feature video (111 minutes) by Thierry Loa.
Total running time: 160 minutes. Facebook

Saturday, February 23, 7pm, $10 (unclassified)
or by donation, no one turned away for lack of funds.

Innis Town Hall, 2 Sussex Ave., Toronto
(at St. George, 1 block south of College)

^^^

Wavelengths series presents

Where I Am is Here:
Margaret Tait at 100

16mm films, 1951-1976, by Scottish artist
Margaret Tait (1918-1999), total: 76 min.

Wednesday, February 20, 8:30pm, free! (classified)

TIFF Bell Lightbox, 350 King St. W., Toronto

^^^

The Kinochrome Sessions presents

Avant-garde Cinema Collective
Obscuritads

Recent international digital videos
by Scott Barley, Mikel Guillen,
and Sebastian Wiedemann.
Total running time: 170 minutes.
First time in Toronto! Facebook

Saturday, February 16, 7pm, $pwyc (unclassified)

Pix Film Gallery, Unit C, 1411 Dufferin St., Toronto
(2 blocks north of Dupont St. / north of the tracks)

^^^

Vertical Features and Cléo Journal present

Feelings Are Facts:
The Films of Nazli Dinçel

in person from Milwaukee, Wisconsin!
with her recent hand-made 16mm films.
Total running time: 64 min. Facebook

Wednesday, February 13, 7:30pm, $7 (unclassified)
(postponed and relocated from the night before at AGO)

Innis Town Hall, 2 Sussex Ave., Toronto
(at St. George, 1 block south of College)

^^^

Pix Film Gallery, Ad Hoc Collective, Goethe-Institut Toronto, and
The Liaison of Independent Filmmakers of Toronto (LIFT) present

Oberhausen on Tour 2019
Two different programs of videos in one night, from
The International Short Film Festival Oberhausen.
Facebook

Wednesday, February 13, 7pm & 9pm, free! (unclassified)

Pix Film Gallery, Unit C, 1411 Dufferin St., Toronto
(2 blocks north of Dupont St. / north of the tracks)

Pix Film Gallery presents

Cubism and Futurism
Spiritual Machines and the Cinematic Effect

A Talk by R. Bruce Elder, followed by 16mm films,
1952-1972, made by Jim Davis and Ian Hugo,
and curated by Stephen Broomer.
Total screening time: 54 minutes.
Facebook

Saturday, February 9, 7pm, free! (unclassified)

Pix Film Gallery, Unit C, 1411 Dufferin St., Toronto
(2 blocks north of Dupont St. / north of the tracks)

^^^

"Toronto's Classiest Cinema" - Trash Palace Theatre - presents
16mm features & shorts, 2nd Friday each month. Facebook group

Winter A-Go-Go
(Richard Benedict, USA, 1965, 88 min.)
Facebook event

Friday, February 8, 9:30pm, $10 (classified)

CineCycle, behind 129 Spadina Ave., Toronto

The U. of T. Cinema Studies Student Union (CINSSU) presents
Free Friday Films
Weekly repertory movies, mostly digital. Facebook

Once (John Carney, Ireland, 2007, 86 min.)
Facebook event

Friday, February 8, 7pm, free! (classified)

Innis Town Hall, 2 Sussex Ave., Toronto

^^^

Saving CineCycle!
A Benefit Film Event

Film screenings, music and dancing!
DJs Richard Vermeulen & guests, cash bar,
potluck food, raffle, limited-edition t-shirts.
Facebook

Saturday, February 2, 7:30pm-2am
(unclassified) $15 suggested donation

CineCycle, behind 129 Spadina Ave., Toronto

The U. of T. Cinema Studies Student Union (CINSSU) presents
Free Friday Films
Weekly repertory movies, mostly digital. Facebook

Stormy Weather
(Andrew L. Stone, USA, 1943, 78 min.)
Facebook event

Friday, February 1, 7pm, free! (classified)

Innis Town Hall, 2 Sussex Ave., Toronto

^^^

13 EVENTS LAST JANUARY
IN TORONTO!

The Liaison of Independent Filmmakers of Toronto (LIFT)
and Pix Film Gallery present

Best of the
Punto y Raya Festival

18 recent abstract animated videos, won awards
at the 2018 Punto y Raya (Dot & Line) Festival, by
Sune Petersen, Aga Jarza³b, Matt Abbiss, Victoria Bylin,
Peter Tomaszewicz, Maciek Ba³czyk, Páraic McGloughlin,
Michael Lyons, Markos Kay, Bastien Dupriez, Jonathan Gillie,
Dirk Koy, Nikita Liskov, Shusaku Kaji, Stain, Espen Tversland,
Kristian Pedersen, Aitor Oñederra Aguirre, Rainer Kohlberger.
Total running time: 70 minutes. Facebook

Thursday, January 31, 7pm, free! (unclassified)

Pix Film Gallery, Unit C, 1411 Dufferin St., Toronto
(2 blocks north of Dupont St.)

^^^

12th Annual the8fest
A Little Festival for Small Films
Super 8, 8mm, 9.5mm, UltraPan8!

Performances! Installations! Visiting Artists!
A Workshop! A Talk! 8 programs! Facebook

Friday-Sunday, January 25-27
$8 each, $40 pass (unclassified)

Polish Combatants Hall, 206 Beverley St., Toronto
(at Cecil St., 1 block south of College St.)

^^^

The U. of T. Cinema Studies Student Union (CINSSU) presents
Free Friday Films
Weekly repertory movies, rarely on film. Facebook

Love Me Tonight
(Rouben Mamoulian, USA, 1932, 35mm, 104 min.)
Facebook event

Friday, January 25, 7pm, free! (classified)

Innis Town Hall, 2 Sussex Ave., Toronto

Wavelengths series presents

Within Mirrors:
Films by Paul Clipson

16mm films shot on super 8, 2009-2013, by the
San Francisco artist who died one year ago.
16mm prints courtesy of Canyon Cinema.
Total running time: 50 min. Facebook

Wednesday, January 23, 9pm, free! (classified)

TIFF Bell Lightbox, 350 King St. W., Toronto

^^^

York University Department of Cinema & Media Arts presents
its weekly lunchtime cinema series: "Nat Taylor Tuesdays".

New Arab-Canadian Cinema
York University MFA/alum filmmakers
Raghed Charabaty & Sama Waham in person!
with their recent videos, followed by a discussion.
Curated by Anthony Moss & Katharine Musselam.
Total running time: 64 minutes. Facebook

Tuesday, January 22, 12:45pm, free! (unclassified)

Nat Taylor Cinema, N102, Ross Building,
Campus Walk, York University, 4700 Keele St., Toronto

The Liaison of Independent Filmmakers of Toronto (LIFT) presents its

Winter 2019
Film, Video & Interactive Art Workshops

Super 8, 16mm, 35mm! Finish on film!

Limited enrolments. First come - first served.
Over 55 workshops! Facebook

Registration began Tuesday, January 22

L.I.F.T., 1137 Dupont St. (at Gladstone Ave.), Toronto

^^^

Camerama Camera Show
Used photographic equipment sale.
Antique & usable, film & digital, still & cine.
Many merchants tables. Facebook

Sunday, January 20, 9:30am-2:30pm, $7

Edward Village Hotel, 185 Yorkland Blvd., Toronto
(west of Victoria Park Ave., south of Sheppard Ave.,
very near intersection of Highway 401 & the DVP)
Free parking! gvperry at gmail dot com 905-550-7477

The U. of T. Cinema Studies Student Union (CINSSU) presents
Free Friday Films
Weekly repertory movies, rarely on film. Facebook

Black Orpheus
(Marcel Camus, Brazil/France/Italy, 1959, digital, 107 min.)
Facebook event

Friday, January 18, 7pm, free! (classified)

Innis Town Hall, 2 Sussex Ave., Toronto

^^^

Pix Film Gallery,
Pleasure Dome
Artists' Film Exhibition Group, and the
Liaison of Independent Filmmakers of Toronto (LIFT) present

Women in Latin America
Experimental Animation

Videos, 2008-2017, by Maria Chalela, Isabel Macias,
Ivette Ávila, Lourdes Vilagómez, Nuria Menchaca,
Tania de León, Laura Benavides, Jacquie Argo,
Fanny Leiva, Yannet Briggiler, Mayra Florez,
Gracie la Fernández & Paula Llompart.
Total running time: 75 min. Facebook
Curated by Lina X Aguirre & Cecilia Traslaviña.

Thursday, January 17, 7pm, free! (unclassified)

Pix Film Gallery, Unit C, 1411 Dufferin St., Toronto
(2 blocks north of Dupont St.)

^^^

Vertical Features and
Planet in Focus Environmental Film Festival present

Uneasy Panoramas
Jessica Johnson & Ryan Ermacora
in person from British Columbia!

with their recent videos shot on film.
Total run time: 56 min. Facebook

Tuesday, January 15, 7pm, $7 (unclassified)

Jackman Hall (entrance on McCaul St.),
Art Gallery of Ontario
, 317 Dundas St. W., Toronto

The Revue Cinema presents its "Silent Revue" series.

City Girl
(F.W. Murnau, USA, 1930, 35mm, 88 minutes)
Live piano accompaniment by Marilyn Lerner!
In the silent-era Revue Cinema, opened in 1912!
Silent Revue curated by Alicia Fletcher. Facebook

Sunday, January 13, 4pm, $15 (classified)

The Revue Cinema, 400 Roncesvalles Ave., Toronto

^^^

The U. of T. Cinema Studies Student Union (CINSSU) presents
Free Friday Films
Weekly repertory movies, rarely on film. Facebook

Popeye
(Robert Altman, USA, 1980, digital, 114 min.)
Facebook event

Friday, January 11, 7pm, free! (classified)

Innis Town Hall, 2 Sussex Ave., Toronto

York University Department of Cinema & Media Arts presents
its weekly lunchtime cinema series: "Nat Taylor Tuesdays".

Super 8 Films and
Performance by John Porter

Toronto filmmaker since 1968, in person!
with some of his 300 films, then a Q&A.
Family-friendly - bring the kids!
Program details! Facebook

Tuesday, January 8, 12:45pm, free! (unclassified)

Nat Taylor Cinema, N102, Ross Building,
Campus Walk, York University, 4700 Keele St., Toronto

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CONTINUED

Events: 2005 > 2006 > 2007 > 2008 > 2009 > 2010 >
2011 > 2012 > 2013 > 2014 > 2015 > 2016 > 2017 >
2018 >
2019: /\ Recent > Upcoming

36 EVENTS BEYOND TORONTO


Last Month in St. Catharines, Ontario - Vancouver, BC
Dresden, Germany - Calgary, Alberta - Worcester, Mass
Brussels, Belgium - Durham, North Carolina - London, ON
Last February in Ottawa, ON - Vancouver - St. Catharines
London, ON - Durham, NC - Montréal - Peterborough, ON
Last January in Halifax, Nova Scotia - St. Catharines, ON
Vancouver, British Columbia - Stuttgart, Germany

4 EVENTS LAST MONTH IN
ST. CATHARINES, ONTARIO!

Unpopular Arts and Niagara Artists Centre (NAC)
present their new weekly Sunday series

Mahtay Movie Matinee
16mm films and brunch every Sunday.
Obscure, ephemeral and ‘orphan’ films from
Vineland filmmaker Jonathan Culp’s archive
(plus special guests). Facebook

Sundays, March 3, 10, 24 & 31, 12pm-2pm, free!
Donations welcome. (unclassified)

Mahtay Café & Lounge,
241 St. Paul St., St. Catharines, Ontario

^^^

Niagara Artists Centre (NAC) and Unpopular Arts
present their new series - "NAC Film School" -
classic films on 16mm! every other Monday.

The Maltese Falcon
(John Huston, USA, 1941, 101 minutes)
Facebook

Monday, March 25, 8pm, $pwyc (unclassified)

Niagara Artists Centre,
354 St. Paul St. E., St. Catharines, Ontario

^^^

Niagara Artists Centre (NAC) and Unpopular Arts present

Xcavate
Live, analog, projection performance using
super 8, 8mm, 16mm film, and 35mm slides
,
plus VHS video, and sound, by 9 local artists:
Jonathan Culp, Marinko Jareb, Matt Caldwell,
Caleb Shaver, Katie Mazi, Lauren Mucciarone,
Jennifer Judson, Evan Wallace, Connor Wilkes.
The result of a four-week workshop. Facebook

Saturday, March 16, 9pm, free! (unclassified)

Show Room Gallery, Niagara Artists Centre,
354 St. Paul St. E., St. Catharines, Ontario

^^^

Niagara Artists Centre (NAC) and Unpopular Arts
present their new series - "NAC Film School" -
classic films on 16mm! every other Monday.

The Big Sleep
(Howard Hawks, USA, 1946, 114 min.)
Facebook

Monday, March 11, 8pm, $pwyc (unclassified)

Niagara Artists Centre,
354 St. Paul St. E., St. Catharines, Ontario

^^^

LAST MONTH IN VANCOUVER, BC!

DIM Cinema, a monthly series programmed by Michèle Smith,
presents

Automated Camera Motion
Vancouver artist Judy Radul presents
La Région centrale (Michael Snow, 1971, 16mm, 180 minutes),
and Standard Time (Michael Snow, 1967, 16mm, 8 minutes)
along with a recorded discussion between her and Snow.
Facebook

Wednesday, March 27, 7pm, $12
plus $3 membership
(adults only, by law)

Pacific Cinematheque, 1131 Howe St., Vancouver, BC

Screening in conjunction with the exhibition
Unexplained Parade February 9 - May 11 at
Catriona Jeffries Gallery, 950 East Cordova St.,
where you can see Radul's new sculptural work,
Reading Pavilion for Cover to Cover, reflecting
on Snow’s 1975 artist book Cover to Cover.

^^^

LAST MONTH IN
DRESDEN, GERMANY!

20th Dresdner Schmalfilmtage
Films and videos shot on super 8, 8mm, 16mm
Facebook

March 21-24, 2019

Motorenhalle, Wachsbleichstraße 4a, Dresden, Germany

^^^

2 EVENTS LAST MONTH
IN CALGARY, ALBERTA!

Monograph presents

Lamentations:
A Monument to the Dead World

(R. Bruce Elder, 1985, Canada, 16mm to digital, 435 min.)
A new restoration by Canadian filmmaker and scholar
Stephen Broomer, and Gatineau Preservation Centre,
shown in two parts seperated by an intermission.
Part One: (195 minutes) 1:00pm-4:15pm.
Part Two: (240 minutes) 6:00pm-10:00pm.
Facebook

Saturday, March 23, 1pm-10pm, $pwyc

EMMEDIA Gallery & Production Society,
2005, 10th Ave. SW, Calgary, Alberta
(entrance off the back alley)

^^^

The Calgary Society of Independent Filmmakers (CSIF) presents its

27th Annual
Artifact Small Format Film Festival
(formerly The $100 Film Festival)
Recent shorts projected on 16mm and super 8 film!
Each program opens with a different work made collaboratively
by a different local artist and band performing live with the film.
Visiting Artist - Izabella Pruska-Oldenhof from Toronto!
presenting her 16mm films, a Workshop, and a Talk.
Facebook

Thursday-Saturday, March 7-9, 7pm, $20 each / $40 Pass

Theatre Junction Grand, 608 1st St. SW, Calgary, Alberta

^^^

LAST MONTH IN
WORCESTER, MASSACHUSETTS!

Sarah Bliss presents

Shaking the Frame:
Films & Videos from AgX Film Collective

Recent experimental 16mm films and videos from
AgX - Boston's artist-run lab and film collective, by
Sarah Bliss, Robert Todd, Kimberly Forero-Arnais,
Nicole Prutsch, Susan DeLeo, Peaches Goodrich,
Wenhua Shi, Douglas Urbank, Brittany Gravely,
Kathryn Ramey, Tim Wojcik, Stefan Grabowski.
Followed by a Q&A with artists in person!
Total running time: 60 minutes. Facebook

Thursday, March 21, 7:30pm, free!

Room 112, Traina Center for the Arts,
Clark University, 950 Main St., Worcester, Massachusetts

^^^

LAST MONTH IN DURHAM, NC!

Arts of the Moving Image at Duke presents

Remember to Remember:
Sylvain Chaussée & Niagara Custom Lab

New and recent hand-made 16mm & 35mm films from
Niagara Custom Lab - Toronto's artist-run film lab, by
Sylvain Chaussée, Derek Jenkins, Adam Stewart,
Sebastjan Henriksen, and Ali Vanderkruyk.
Total running time: 80 minutes. Facebook
Sylvain Chaussée in person from Toronto!

Sunday, March 3, 7pm, free!

Rubenstein Arts Center at Duke University,
2020 Campus Drive, Durham, North Carolina

^^^

LAST MONTH IN
BRUSSELS, BELGIUM!

Cinema Parenthèse, WIELS Centre for Contemporary Art
and Istituto Italiano di Cultura Brussels, present
Cinema Parenthèse's screening #11

Paolo Gioli:
The Pierced Screen

Six, silent, 16mm films, 1972-2012, by
Italian artist Paolo Gioli. Total: 80 min.
English introduction by Enrico Camporesi
from the Musée national d’art moderne -
Centre Pompidou in Paris. Facebook

Sunday, March 3, 3pm, 6/4€

WIELS Auditorium, Av. Van Volxemlaan 354, Brussels, Belgium

^^^

LAST MONTH IN LONDON, ONT!

London Ontario Media Arts Association (LOMAA)
presents event #8 in it’s Broad Topics series

Memories Re-Surfaced
Madi Piller in person from Toronto!
with her works, 2003-2019, total 61 min.,
including videos, 16mm films, and a
dual projection super 8 & video!
Plus a Talk and Q&A. Facebook

Saturday, March 2, 7pm, $5 (unclassified)
$3-$5 suggested donation, no one turned away.

London Fringe Festival Theatre,
207 King St., London, Ontario

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LAST FEBRUARY IN OTTAWA, ON!

The Canadian Film Institute (CFI) presents it's Café Ex series.

Strange Machines: The Films of
Phillip Barker, and Book Launch

Retrospective of videos, 1984-2017, total 73 minutes,
by Phillip Barker, in person from Toronto!
celebrating the launch of the new CFI book
Strange Machines: The Films of Phillip Barker.
CFI-ICF.ca/cafe-ex-20182019

Thursday, February 28, 7pm, $pwyc (unclassified)

Knot Project Space, Arts Court, 2 Daly Ave., Ottawa, Ontario

^^^

LAST FEBRUARY IN VANCOUVER!

Sawdust Collector present its New Works #16,
with Iris Film Collective

Experiments for a Single Projector
A live 16mm film performance work-in-progress
by Alex MacKenzie, Vancouver media artist,
with live audio collaboration by Clare Kenny.
Also, two live solo music performances,
by Julia Ulehla and Justin Devries.
Facebook

Tuesday, February 26, 9:30pm, $5-10 / pwyc

Gold Saucer Studio, #211, 207 West Hastings Street
(Dominion Building), Vancouver, British Columbia

^^^

6 EVENTS LAST FEBRUARY IN
ST. CATHARINES, ONTARIO!


SUNDAY AFTERNOONS

MONDAYS, FEBRUARY 11 & 25
IN ST. CATHARINES, ONTARIO!

Niagara Artists Centre (NAC) and Unpopular Arts
present their new series - "NAC Film School" -
classic films on 16mm! every other Monday.

Detour (Edgar G. Ulmer, USA, 1945, 68 min.)
Facebook

Monday, February 25, 8pm, $pwyc (unclassified)

Niagara Artists Centre,
354 St. Paul St. E., St. Catharines, Ontario

^^^

Niagara Artists Centre (NAC) and Unpopular Arts
present their new series - "NAC Film School" -
classic films on 16mm! every other Monday.

Body and Soul
(Robert Rossen, USA, 1947, 104 min.)
Facebook

Monday, February 11, 8pm, $pwyc (unclassified)

Niagara Artists Centre,
354 St. Paul St. E., St. Catharines, Ontario

^^^

SUNDAY AFTERNOONS IN
ST. CATHARINES, ONTARIO!

Unpopular Arts and Niagara Artists Centre (NAC)
present their new weekly Sunday series

Mahtay Movie Matinee
16mm films and brunch every Sunday.
Obscure, ephemeral and ‘orphan’ films from
Vineland filmmaker Jonathan Culp’s archive
(plus special guests). Facebook

Sundays, February 3-24, 12pm-2pm, free!
Donations welcome. (unclassified)

Mahtay Café & Lounge,
241 St. Paul St., St. Catharines, Ontario

^^^

2 EVENTS LAST FEBRUARY
IN LONDON, ONTARIO!

Shock Stock, The Bakers Dozen, and Odyssey Records, present

Vagrancy’s Island Adventure!
A film and digital double bill, showing in this order:
The Secret of Magic Island
(Jean Tourane, France, 1956, 16mm, 63 min.)
Massacre in Dinosaur Valley
(Michael E. Lemick, Italy, 1985, digital, 88 min.).
Popcorn and beverages available! Facebook

Saturday, February 23, 8:30pm, $5 (unclassified)

Odyssey Records, 613 Dundas St. E., London, Ontario

^^^

London Ontario Media Arts Association (LOMAA)
and the McIntosh Gallery present

Frenkel Defects
A travelling program of recent USA and Netherlands
16mm films
, by Alee Peoples, Esther Urlus, (((arc))),
Andy Busti, Charlotte Pryce, Josh Lewis. Total 54 min.
Organizer Kevin Rice in person from Milwaukee!
Facebook

Friday, February 1, 7pm, $5 (unclassified)
$5 suggested donation, no one turned away.

London Fringe Festival Theatre,
207 King St., London, Ontario

^^^

LAST FEBRUARY IN DURHAM, NC!

MFA in Experimental and Documentary Arts at Duke University,
and Arts of the Moving Image at Duke present

Jeanne Liotta: Past/Present/Live
Videos and 16mm films, 1994-2018, by
Jeanne Liotta, in person from NYC!
with a live 16mm projector performance!
Total running time: 90 minutes. Facebook

Monday, February 18, 7pm, free!

Rubenstein Arts Center at Duke University,
2020 Campus Drive, Durham, North Carolina

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LAST FEBRUARY IN MONTREAL!

Visions and la lumière present

Feelings Are Facts:
The Films of Nazli Dinçel

in person from Milwaukee, Wisconsin!
with her recent hand-made 16mm films.
Total running time: 67 minutes.
Presented by Shannon Harris.
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Friday, February 15, 8pm, $7

la lumière, #506, 7080, rue Alexandra, Montréal, Québec

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LAST FEBRUARY IN
PETERBOROUGH, ONTARIO!

Trent University Media Studies presents

Queering Experimental Films
16mm films, 1971-1985, by Raphael Bendahan,
Janis Cole & Holly Dale, and Midi Onodera, from
the Canadian Filmmakers Distribution Centre
vaults in Toronto! Total running time: 47 min.
Presented by Trent University Traill Fellow
Tess Takahashi, in person from Toronto!
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Thursday, February 14, 7pm, free! (unclassified)

Bagnani Hall, Catharine Parr Traill College,
Trent University, 310 London St., Peterborough, Ontario

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2 EVENTS LAST JANUARY
IN HALIFAX, NOVA SCOTIA!

with the Atlantic Filmmakers Co-op (AFCOOP), the
Handmade Analogue Filmmakers Collective
presents it's inaugural

The Handmade Film Screening
14 short films and videos from the Atlantic Region,
shot on super 8, 8mm, 16mm, and 35mm film, by
Tara Wells, Linda Rae Dornan, Jeff Mann, Todd Fraser,
Amanda Dawn Christie, Ursula Handleigh, Jezebel Cain,
Becka Barker, Heather Harkins, Keelin Jack, Zach Faye,
Erin McDonald, Yalitsa Riden, Christopher Spencer-Lowe.
Works 2006-2018, total running time: 55 minutes.
Plus a 16mm film loop installation in the lobby, and
a discussion with the filmmakers. Popcorn! Facebook

Tuesday, January 29, 7pm, free!

The Bus Stop Theatre,
2203 Gottingen St., Halifax, Nova Scotia

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"SHOOT & SHOW" SUPER 8 SCREENINGS RECOMMENDS

The Atlantic Filmmakers Co-op (AFCOOP) presents its

18th Annual
Super 8 Holiday Challenge Screening

New super 8 films! recently shot, edited-in-camera, in 2 days,
now being screened for the first time, even to the filmmakers!
Ethan Kim, Kate Ward, Owen Thomas, Josh Fifield,
Chris Lockerbie, Debbie Liu, and Kate Lightstone.
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Thursday, January 24, 8:30pm, free!

AFCOOP, Suite 101, 5663 Cornwallis St., Halifax, Nova Scotia

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5 EVENTS LAST JANUARY IN
ST. CATHARINES, ONTARIO!

Niagara Artists Centre (NAC) and Unpopular Arts
present their new series - "NAC Film School" -
classic films on 16mm! every other Monday.

Arsenal
(Alexander Dovzhenko, Soviet Union, 1929, 92 min.)
Silent film with live DJ accompaniment. Facebook

Monday, January 28, 7pm, $pwyc (unclassified)

Niagara Artists Centre,
354 St. Paul St. E., St. Catharines, Ontario

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Unpopular Arts and Niagara Artists Centre (NAC)
present their new weekly Sunday series

Mahtay Movie Matinee
16mm films and brunch every Sunday.
Obscure, ephemeral and ‘orphan’ films from
Vineland filmmaker Jonathan Culp’s archive
(plus special guests). Facebook

Sundays, January 6-27, 12pm-2pm, free!
Donations welcome. (unclassified)

Mahtay Café & Lounge,
241 St. Paul St., St. Catharines, Ontario

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Niagara Artists Centre (NAC) and Unpopular Arts
present their new series - "NAC Film School" -
classic films on 16mm! every other Monday.

Seven Samurai
(Akira Kurosawa, Japan, 1954, 207 min.)
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Monday, January 14, 7pm, $pwyc (unclassified)

Niagara Artists Centre,
354 St. Paul St. E., St. Catharines, Ontario

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LAST JANUARY IN VANCOUVER!

Iris Film Collective and The James Black Gallery present

Super 8: Shoot to Screen
Public screening of short, black & white, super 8 films
shot and hand-processed this weekend by up to
10 teams or individuals in a hands-on workshop
facilitated by Vancouver artist Nisha Platzer.

Sunday, January 27, 8pm, free!

The James Black Gallery,
144 E. 6th Ave., Vancouver, British Columbia

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LAST JANUARY IN
STUTTGART, GERMANY!

32nd Stuttgarter Filmwinter
Festival for Expanded Media
Film, New Media, Video, Installation, Performance.

January 17-20, 2019

FITZ! Center for Figurentheater,
Eberhardstraße 61, Stuttgart, Germany

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