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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 >
2011
> 2012 > 2013 > 2014 > 2015 > 2016 >
2017: Jan-March > April-June > July-Sept \/ Upcoming


82 RECENT EVENTS 12/17/17

44 EVENTS IN TORONTO 38 EVENTS BEYOND TORONTO
Last Friday in Toronto Last Thursday in Toronto - Montréal
Last Weekend in Toronto
- San Francisco, California
Earlier This Month in Toronto - London, Ontario
Fort Lauderdale, Florida - A Coruña, Spain
Last Month Toronto - Boston, MA - South River, ON - Hamilton, ON
Moncton, NB - Calgary - Harrisonburg, VA - Montréal - London, ON
Last October in Toronto - New York City - Ottawa - Madrid & Barcelona
Montréal, QC - London, ON - Berlin, Germany - Peterborough, ON
Québec City - Johnson City, NY - Binghamton, NY - Hamilton, ON
Providence, RI - Victoria, BC - Baltimore, MD - Winnipeg, MB
15th International Home Movie Day - Oct 21 in 75 cities

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44 EVENTS IN TORONTO


LAST FRIDAY - LAST THURSDAY
2 EVENTS LAST SUNDAY 3 EVENTS EARLIER THIS MONTH
21 EVENTS LAST MONTH 16 EVENTS LAST OCTOBER

2 EVENTS LAST WEEK IN TORONTO!


LAST THURSDAY

LAST FRIDAY IN TORONTO!

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

German Competition
New German videos from the 2017
International Short Film Festival Oberhausen, Germany,
by Kerstin Honeit, Mareike Bernien & Alex Gerbaulet,
Laurentia Genske, Lukas Marxt & Marcel Odenbach,
Maximilian Villwock, and Christoph Blankenburg.
Either with no dialogue, or with English subtitles.
Total running time: 81 minutes. Facebook

Friday, December 15, 7pm, free! (unclassified)

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

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LAST THURSDAY IN TORONTO!

TIFF's "Canada On Screen" series presents

Shorts Programme 7
Live action and animated short videos, 1941-1999,
by Robert Morin & Lorraine Dufour, Caroline Leaf,
Michèle Cournoyer, Stuart Legg, Claude Fournier &
Michel Brault & Marcel Carrière & Claude Jutra.
Total running time: 88 minutes. Facebook

Thursday, December 14, 6pm, free! (adults only, by law)

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

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2 EVENTS LAST SUNDAY IN TORONTO!


4:15PM LAST SUNDAY

1PM LAST SUNDAY IN TORONTO!

Wavelengths presents

Tell me about the ones who sleep through storms:
Films and Videos from the Baltics

Recent digital videos and 16mm films by Laura Toots,
Ieva Balode, Ieva Epnere, Ieva Kraule, Paul Kuimet,
Daiva Tubutyte, Gerda Paliusyte, Ulijona Odis¹arija,
Kristina Norman. Total running time: 96 minutes.
Curated by Erik Martinson, in person!

Sunday, December 10, 1pm, free! (classified)

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

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4:15PM LAST SUNDAY IN TORONTO!

The Revue Cinema presents its "Silent Revue" series.

The Circus
(Charlie Chaplin, USA, 1928, 35mm, 70 minutes)
Chaplin's original recorded score, as he wished.
Preceded by circus comedy shorts (30 min.) with
live piano accompaniment by William O’Meara!
In the silent-era Revue Cinema, opened in 1912!
Silent Revue curated by Alicia Fletcher. Facebook

Sunday, December 10, 4:15pm, $15 (classified)

The Revue Cinema, 400 Roncesvalles Ave., Toronto

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3 EVENTS EARLIER THIS MONTH
IN TORONTO!

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

The Great Scout & Cathouse Thursday
(Don Taylor, USA, 1976, 102 minutes) preceded by
Chapter 8 of the 1944 Captain America serial, and
followed by a 1984 short video by local Hal Kelly.
Facebook event

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

CineCycle, behind 129 Spadina Ave., Toronto

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Pages Unbound presents

Ecstatic Worlds:
Media, Utopias, Ecologies

Book Launch by Janine Marchessault, and a
screening of short videos by Leslie Supnet,
Morley Markson, and Zachary Finkelstein
(total running time: 35 min.), plus a short
35mm film performance by Martin Heath
with a hand-cranked projector! Facebook

Thursday, December 7, 7:30-10pm, $pwyc (unclassified)

CineCycle, behind 129 Spadina Ave., Toronto

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The U. of T. Cinema Studies Student Union (CINSSU) presents
Free Friday Films
Weekly repertory movies, sometimes on film, not tonight.
Facebook group

Persepolis
(Marjane Satrapi & Vincent Paronnaud,
France / Iran, 2007, digital, 96 min.)
Facebook event

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

Innis Town Hall, 2 Sussex Ave., Toronto

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21 EVENTS LAST MONTH IN TORONTO!

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

80 Seconds in Toronto
LIFT's & Pix's Artist-in-Residence Andreas Wutz's
installation of his 16mm films, 35mm slides,
sound drawings, photographs. Facebook

November 30 - December 5, free!
open daily, noon to 7pm.

Opening Reception
Wednesday, November 29, 6-9pm.
Andreas Wutz in person from Germany!

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

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Pix Film Productions presents

Expanded and
Experimental Animation
Recent international video art from the
Ars Electronica Animation Festival in Austria,
by ELEVENPLAY & Daito Manabe & MIKIKO &
Rhizomatiks Research & TAKCOM, Scott Gelber,
Line Klungseth Johansen, Zac Traeger, DEPART,
Mike Pelletier, Dave Lynch, Mike Nix, Refik Anadol,
AV&C, Bahadir Dagšdelen & Yusuf Emre Kucur (VOID).
Total running time: 39 minutes. Facebook

Monday, November 27, 7:30pm, free! (unclassified)

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

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Ad Hoc Collective presents its screening #6

Revelations:
Films from Canyon Cinema

Celebrating Canyon's 50 years! 16mm films, 1972-1989, by
Curt MacDowell, Sharon Couzin, Dorothy Wiley, Toney Merritt,
Greta Snider, Jo Ann Elam, Gary Beydler, Liz Sher, Dana Plays.
Total running time: 67 minutes. Curated and presented by
Antonella Bonfanti in person from San Francisco!
(Director of Canyon Cinema and Innis College Alumn)
and Toronto-based critic/curator Tess Takahashi.
Facebook

Saturday, November 25, 7pm, free! (unclassified)

Deluxe Screening Room (Room 222E),
Innis
College, 2 Sussex Ave., Toronto

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The U. of T. Cinema Studies Student Union (CINSSU) presents
Free Friday Films
Weekly repertory movies, sometimes on film, including tonight!
Facebook group

Fargo
(Coen brothers, UK / USA, 1996, 35mm, 98 min.)
Facebook event

Friday, November 24, 7pm, free! (classified)

Innis Town Hall, 2 Sussex Ave., Toronto

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Wavelengths presents

Quiet Lightning:
The Films of Kidlat Tahimik

in person from Baguio City, Philippines!
with 5 different programs of his videos,
16mm films
& performance. Facebook

November 16-21, free! (classified)
Thursday, November 16, 6:30pm, digital
Friday, November 17, 8:45pm, 16mm
Saturday, November 18, 1pm, 16mm
Sunday, November 19, 1pm, digital
Tuesday, November 21, 9pm, digital

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

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2nd Annual CineIran Festival (Nov. 17-19) presents

The Sealed Soil
(Marva Nabili, Iran, 1977, 16mm, 90 minutes)
Feminist classic! in Persian with English subtitles.
Marva Nabili in person! with her own 16mm print!

Sunday, November 19, 1pm, free! (classified)

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

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The Media Arts Network of Ontario (MANO)
2017 Conference - Renewal - presents

Renewing Analogue
Media performances
by
Lindsay Mcintyre from Vancouver and
Malena Szlam from Montréal with their
live 16mm film multiple-projections!

Kidlat Tahimik from the Philippines! and locals
Leslie Supnet & Henning Frederik Malz. Facebook

Saturday, November 18, 8pm, $10 (unclassified)

Workman Arts Theatre, 651 Dufferin St., Toronto
(just north of Dundas St. W.)

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Colectivo Toronto presents

In a Present Distance:
A First Retrospective of
Films by Tracy German

Toronto-based Indigenous artist in person!
with her 16mm films & videos, 1994-2007.
Total running time: 68 minutes. Facebook

Friday, November 17, 8pm (unclassified)
$pwyc / suggested donation $6

CineCycle, behind 129 Spadina Ave., Toronto

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The U. of T. Cinema Studies Student Union (CINSSU) presents
Free Friday Films
Weekly repertory movies, sometimes on film, not tonight.
Facebook group

How to Survive a Plague
(David France, USA, 2012, digital, 109 minutes)
Facebook event

Friday, November 17, 7pm, free! (classified)

Innis Town Hall, 2 Sussex Ave., Toronto

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Frameline (since 1988)
(formerly The Funnel Broadcast, 1986-1988)
Interviews and commentary about movies, with
hosts Barbara Goslawski and Courtney Small.
Nov. 16: our guest, director Moze Mossanen,
talks about his movie My Piece of the City,
world premiere November 18, 2pm at the
Regent Park Film Festival
(Nov. 15-18).

some Thursdays, 6pm (to 6:30 / 7pm)

listen online at Radio Regent

Early Monthly Segments presents its monthly screening #100!

Tom Mitchell in Person!
UK / Toronto filmmaker with the
first-ever solo screening of his
8mm and super 8 finished digitally,
1974-2017, total 40 min. Facebook

Monday, November 13, 8pm (unclassified)
$5-10 suggested donation

Ballroom, Gladstone Hotel, 1214 Queen St. W., Toronto

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

Sunday, November 12, 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

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Ad Hoc Collective presents its screening #5 with
Ryerson University School of Image Arts and the
Studio For Media Activism and Critical Thought.

Passiflora
(Fernand Bélanger & Dagmar Teufel,
NFB, Canada, 1985, 16mm, 85 minutes)
in French with English subtitles. Facebook

Friday, November 10, 7pm, free! (unclassified)

Room 307, Ryerson Image Arts Bldg., 122 Bond St., Toronto
(2 blocks east of Yonge St., 1 block north of Dundas St. E.)

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The U. of T. Cinema Studies Student Union (CINSSU) presents
Free Friday Films
Weekly repertory movies, sometimes on film, not tonight.
Facebook group

Clue (Jonathan Lynn, USA, 1985, digital, 97 min.)

Friday, November 10, 7pm, free! (classified)

Innis Town Hall, 2 Sussex Ave., Toronto

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

Village of the Giants
(Bert I. Gordon, USA, 1965, 81 minutes),
preceded by 1962 doc of Hugh Hefner!
Facebook event

Friday, November 10, 9:30pm, $10 (classified)

CineCycle, behind 129 Spadina Ave., Toronto

^^^

Frameline (since 1988)
(formerly The Funnel Broadcast, 1986-1988)
Interviews and commentary about movies, with
hosts Barbara Goslawski and Courtney Small.
Nov 9: the 21st Reel Asian Film Festival (Nov. 9-18),
and the 15th Regent Park Film Festival (Nov. 15-18).

some Thursdays, 6pm (to 6:30 / 7pm)

listen online at Radio Regent

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

Nightwalk:
The Films of Andreas Wutz

LIFT's current Artist-in-Residence,
in person from Germany! with his
16mm films
and videos, 2003-2011.
Total running time: 56 min. Facebook

Wednesday, November 8, 7pm, free! (unclassified)
then his work on exhibit November 29 - December 3

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

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TIFF's "Canada On Screen" series presents

La Région Centrale
(Michael Snow, Canada, 1971, 16mm, 180 min.)

Tuesday, November 7, 6:30pm, free! (classified)

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

Toronto Queer Film Festival and Pleasure Dome present

Kairos Dirt & the Errant Vacuum
(Madsen Minax, USA, 2017, video, 92 minutes)
Madsen Minax in person! Facebook

Tuesday, November 7, 8pm, $8 (unclassified)

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

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The U. of T. Cinema Studies Student Union (CINSSU) presents
Free Friday Films
Weekly repertory movies, sometimes on film, not tonight.
Facebook group

Rushmore
(Wes Anderson, USA, 1998, digital, 93 min.)
Facebook event

Friday, November 3, 7pm, free! (classified)

Innis Town Hall, 2 Sussex Ave., Toronto

Frameline (since 1988)
(formerly The Funnel Broadcast, 1986-1988)
Interviews and commentary about movies, with
hosts Barbara Goslawski and Courtney Small.
November 2: Black Star series at TIFF Bell Lightbox,
plus the 21st Reel Asian Film Festival (Nov. 9-18).

some Thursdays, 6pm (to 6:30 / 7pm)

listen online at Radio Regent

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16 EVENTS LAST OCTOBER IN TORONTO!

Pleasure Dome presents

My Life, My Life is This:
Film, Video and Performance by
Francesco Gagliardi

Super 8 films, videos, a 16mm film,
and performances, 1993-2017,
total 80 minutes. Facebook

Friday, October 27, 8pm, $8 (unclassified)

CineCycle, behind 129 Spadina Ave., Toronto

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The U. of T. Cinema Studies Student Union (CINSSU) presents

Free Friday Films
Weekly repertory movies, sometimes on film, not tonight.
Facebook group

Halloween Double Bill
Shaun of the Dead (Edgar Wright, 2004, 99 min.),
followed by
Halloween (John Carpenter, 1978, 91 min.).
Facebook event

Friday, October 27, 7pm, free! (classified)

Innis Town Hall, 2 Sussex Ave., Toronto

Wavelengths presents

Potamkin
(Stephen Broomer, Canada, 2017, 16mm, 67 min.)
Facebook

Tuesday, October 24, 8:45pm, free! (classified)

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

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Home Movie History Project presents

15th International Home Movie Day
Show your home movies, or come just to watch.
8mm, super 8 or 16mm (sorry, no video).

Sunday, October 22, 6:30pm-9pm, free!

Film Inspection & Repair Clinic 6:30pm-8pm
View your films privately, select ones to show.
Get help with repairs, advice on preserving your films.
Open Screening 7pm-9pm (unclassified)

The Monkey's Paw Bookshop, 1267 Bloor St. W., Toronto
(just east of Lansdowne Ave., across from Mercer Union)

The Photographic Historical Society of Canada (PHSC) presents

The Big One
44th Annual Fall Photographica Fair

Canada's oldest, largest sale of used photographic equipment.
Antique & usable, film & digital, still & cine. 100 tables.
Facebook

Sunday, October 15, 10am-3pm, $7

Trident Banquet Hall, Unit 200, 145 Evans Ave., Etobicoke
(east of Islington Ave., south of the QEW / Gardiner Expwy)

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Ad Hoc Collective presents its screening #4

Countdown Canada
(Robert Fothergill, Canada, 1970, 16mm, 60 min.)
Facebook

Saturday, October 14, 7pm, free! (unclassified)

Deluxe Screening Room (Room 222),
Innis
College, 2 Sussex Ave., Toronto

Pleasure Dome presents

Total Coverage:
Chris Kennedy and Rebecca Baron

A new 16mm film by Chris Kennedy, in-person!
and a video (2005) by Rebecca Baron.
Total running time: 85 minutes.
Facebook

Saturday, October 14, 8pm, $8 (unclassified)

CineCycle, behind 129 Spadina Ave., Toronto

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

Ghostkeeper
(Jim Makichuk, Canada, 1986, 89 min.)
Cold drinks, merch, pizza. Facebook event

Friday, October 13, 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, sometimes on film, not tonight.
Facebook group

Repo Man (Alex Cox, USA, 1984, digital, 92 min.)
Facebook event

Friday, October 13, 7pm, free! (classified)

Innis Town Hall, 2 Sussex Ave., Toronto

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

Time Form Scene #2
Canadian independent experimental animations,
1989-2017, on video, 16mm and 35mm film, by
Louise Bourque, Patrick Jenkins, Alan Pakarnyk,
Judith Poirier, Jim Pomeroy, Rhayne Vermette,
Kelly Egan, Heidi Phillips, Don Best, Greg Boa.
Curated by Madi Piller and Leslie Supnet.
Total running time: 64 minutes.
Greg Boa, Kelly Egan, Patrick Jenkins,
and the curators, in person!
Facebook

Thursday, October 12, 8pm, $pwyc / $5 suggested
(unclassified)

CineCycle, behind 129 Spadina Ave., Toronto

Frameline (since 1988)
(formerly The Funnel Broadcast, 1986-1988)
Interviews and commentary about movies, with
hosts Barbara Goslawski and Courtney Small.
Oct 12: guest Matthew Price chats about the 18th Annual
imagineNATIVE Film and Media Festival (Oct 18-22).

some Thursdays, 6pm - 6:30 / 7pm

listen online at Radio Regent

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TIFF's "Canada On Screen" series presents

Shorts Programme 6
Avant-garde & animated shorts, 1968-2002,
on 16mm and 35mm film, and DCP, by
Joyce Wieland, Ellie Epp, David Rimmer,
Barbara Sternberg, Steven Woloshen.
Total running time: 85 minutes.

Sunday, October 8, 1pm, free! (classified)

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

Pix Film Gallery presents

Les Obscurités Anonymes:
Work by Mikel Guillen

Toronto-based artist and filmmaker with his
recent video work, and collaborative work
with artist / filmmaker Scott Barley (UK).
Facebook

Friday, October 6, 7pm, $pwyc (unclassified)

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

^^^

The U. of T. Cinema Studies Student Union (CINSSU) presents

Free Friday Films
Weekly repertory movies, sometimes on film, not tonight.
Facebook group

Carol
(Todd Haynes, UK / USA, 2015, digital, 118 min.)
Facebook event

Friday, October 6, 7pm, free! (classified)

Innis Town Hall, 2 Sussex Ave., Toronto

Frameline (since 1988)
(formerly The Funnel Broadcast, 1986-1988)
Interviews and commentary about movies, with
hosts Barbara Goslawski and Courtney Small.
Oct 5: the Reel World Film Festival (Oct 11-17)
with guests, Executive Director Gave Lindo,
and award-winner Jesse Wente, plus
reviews of some of the films.

some Thursdays, 6pm - 6:30 / 7pm

listen online at Radio Regent

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TIFF's "Canada On Screen" series presents

Lamentations
(A Monument to the Dead World)

(R. Bruce Elder, Canada, 1985, video, 437 min.)
New 2K DCP digital restoration!
Intermission between Part 1 and Part 2.
Preceded by discussion (1:30pm in Greenroom)
between R. Bruce Elder and Stephen Broomer.
Facebook

Sunday, October 1, 2pm, free! (classified)

Cinema 4, TIFF Bell Lightbox, 350 King St. W., Toronto

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CONTINUED

EVENTS 2005 > 2006 > 2007 > 2008 > 2009 > 2010 >
2011 > 2012 > 2013 > 2014 > 2015 > 2016 >

2017: Jan-March > April-June > July-Sept \/ Upcoming

38 EVENTS BEYOND TORONTO


Last Thursday in Montréal, Québec Last Weekend in San Francisco
Earlier This Month in Fort Lauderdale, FL - London, ON - A Coruña, Spain
Last Month in Boston - South River, ON - Moncton, NB - Calgary, AB
Hamilton, ON - Harrisonburg, Virginia - Montréal, QC - London, ON
Last October in New York City - Ottawa - Madrid & Barcelona, Spain
Montréal, QC - London, ON - Berlin, Germany - Peterborough, ON
Québec City - Johnson City, NY - Binghamton, NY - Hamilton, ON
Providence, RI - Victoria, BC - Baltimore, MD - Winnipeg, MB
15th International Home Movie Day - October 21 in 75 cities

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LAST THURSDAY IN MONTREAL!

Visions and la lumière present

Topography + Traces
Eva Kolcze in person from Toronto! with
her recent videos and some she has selected, by
Melissa General, Miryam Charles, Caroline Monnet,
and Stephen Broomer. Total 59 minutes. Facebook

Thursday, December 14, 8pm, $7

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

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CANCELLED

"SHOOT & SHOW" SUPER 8 SCREENINGS RECOMMENDS

The Atlantic Filmmakers Co-op (AFCOOP) presents its

18th Annual Super 8 Holiday Screening + Party!
New super 8 films! recently shot, edited-in-camera, in 2 days,
now being screened for the first time, even to the filmmakers!
Followed by a party and audience choice award!

Wednesday, December 13, 8pm-11pm, $ by donation

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

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LAST WEEKEND IN SAN FRANCISCO!

Light Field 2017
The 2nd international exhibition of
recent and historical films, all on
16mm and super 8!
Facebook

10 different screenings!
December 7-10, $6-10 each, $40 Pass

The Lab, 2948 16th St., San Francisco, California

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EARLIER THIS MONTH IN
FORT LAUDERDALE, FLORIDA!

"SHOOT & SHOW" SUPER 8 SCREENINGS RECOMMENDS

The original One Take Super 8 Event and
the Black Iron Film Artist Collective present

The 9th Annual
1:1 Super 8 Cinema Soirée
20 new super 8 films from South Florida, made for the screening!
Edited-in-camera, now shown as shot, unseen even by the filmmakers!
Soundtracks pre-recorded or performed live. Filmmakers in attendance!
J Andrew Forsyth, Marissa Ross, Aaron Flea Sperling, Jacqulynn Sutton,
Christian Garces, Bénédicte Laflamme, Ryan Chavez, Mei Ling Mijares,
Derek Taylor, Lacey La, Emily Klempel, Shane Eason, Harley Mitchell,
David Levitt, Nayrb Smada, Ana Farina Mackliff, The Boom Squad,
Steve Belanger, Eric Fuhrmann, Robert Walker, Nathalia Lemos.
Facebook

Saturday, December 2, 8pm, free! donations accepted

ArtServe, 1350 E Sunrise Blvd., Fort Lauderdale, FloridaFlorida

After Party at Glitch Bar!

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EARLIER THIS MONTH
IN LONDON, ONTARIO!

London Ontario Media Arts Association (LOMAA) presents

Note to Self:
Psychosexual Films of Nazli Di'nçel

in person from Milwaukee, Wisconsin! with her
handmade 16mm films, 2009-2017.
Total running time: 71 minutes.
(explicit imagery) Facebook

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

Forest City Gallery, 258 Richmond St., London, Ontario

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EARLIER THIS MONTH
IN A CORUÑA, SPAIN!

3rd Annual
Super-8 Film Festival
3 different programs, all projected on film,
most films on super 8, a few 16mm blow-ups.
Facebook

Saturday, December 2, 5:30pm, 7pm, 8:30pm, free!

Sala Cine Goya, Calle Cordelería, 32, A Coruña, Spain

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LAST MONTH IN BOSTON!

MassArt Film Society and Balagan Films co-present

The Works of Julie Murray
16mm films and videos, 1986-2015.
Total running time: 62 minutes.
Facebook

Wednesday, November 29, 8pm, $4

Screening Room 1, East Hall, Film Department,
The Massachusetts College of Art and Design,
621 Huntington Ave., Boston, Massachusetts
(enter through the South Building)

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LAST MONTH IN SOUTH RIVER, ON!

New Adventures in Sound Art (NAISA) presents

Arts Meetup with Sandy McLennan
Filmmaker & artist from Huntsville, ON will screen
his recent super 8, 8mm, 16mm films, and videos,
and talk about his work. Plus, NAISA Artistic Director
Darren Copeland will show videos from NAISA's past.
Facebook

Friday, November 24, 7pm, free! (unclassified)

NAISA North Media Arts Centre,
106 Ottawa Ave., South River, Ontario

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LAST MONTH IN MONCTON, NB!

"SHOOT & SHOW" SUPER 8 SCREENINGS RECOMMENDS

The longest-running, annual "shoot & show"
super 8 screening in the world, ever!

31e Festival international du cinéma francophone en Acadie (FicfA),
10-18 novembre, Galerie Sans Nom et Film Zone présente

21e année Acadie Underground
New super 8 films made for this screening by local artists!
Natalie Morin, Albénie Delacôte & John Jerome & Lisa Revil,
Marie-France Robichaud & Marcel Leblanc, Joel Melanson,
Blake Morin, Todd Fraser, Line Woods & Nicolas Després,
Catherine Arseneault, Dominique Léger & Julie Frigault,
Louise Thériault, Norman Pothier & Guyaume Bouliane.
Each film shot last month, in 1 day, edited in-camera,
on 1 roll, then processed and premiered on super 8,
silent, or with "wild" sound or live performance.
"Audience Choice" Awards! Facebook

Friday, November 17, 9pm, $6

After Party! with DJ Jaredactyl (Jared Betts)

Salle Bernard-LeBlanc, 3rd floor, Aberdeen Cultural Centre,
140 Botsford St, Moncton, New Brunswick

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LAST MONTH IN CALGARY!

The Calgary Society of Independent Filmmakers (CSIF) presents

Secret Cinema 2017
Monthly screenings of unannounced 16mm films!
from CSIF's library, curated by CSIF members,
this month by Nick Haywood, CSIF's
Production Director. Facebook

Thursday, November 16, 8pm, $ by donation

CSIF, #100, 1725 10th Ave. SW, Calgary, Alberta

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2 EVENTS LAST MONTH
IN HAMILTON, ONTARIO!

Trash Palace Hamilton - Hamilton's only 16mm movie theatre!
presents 16mm features & shorts, monthly on a Thursday.
Facebook group

Terror Ship
(Vernon Sewell, UK, 1954, 72 minutes)
Hot popcorn, tacos, merch for sale!
Facebook event

Thursday, November 16, 9:30pm, $6 (unclassified)

Doors Pub, 56 Hess St. S. (at Main), Hamilton, Ontario

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12th Annual Hamilton Film Festival (Nov 4-12) presents

Experimental Shorts
Canadian and international videos by
Emma Calder & Ged Haney, Robert Ezergailis,
Dawn George, Sunil Pandey, Valentina Alvarado,
Christopher Spencer-Lowe, francesco siro brigiano,
Sarah Cockings & Harriet Fleuriot, Etienne Boulanger,
Jae Woo Kang, Yelena Romanova, Andy Fortenbacher,
Josephine Massarella, Oliver Bittner, Mariya Miloshevych.
Total running time: 122 minutes.

Tuesday, November 7, 9pm, $10 (unclassified)

Elaine Mae Theatre, 25 Dundurn St. N., Hamilton, Ontario

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LAST MONTH IN
HARRISONBURG, VIRGINIA!

"SHOOT & SHOW" SUPER 8 SCREENINGS RECOMMENDS

8th Annual Super Gr8 Film Festival
39 new super 8 films! shown on digital, and
made for these 2 screenings by local artists!
Each film made on one cartridge of super 8 film,
with no second takes or editing of the films, and
artists do not see their films until the screening!
Soundtracks pre-recorded or performed live!
2 different programs! Facebook

Wednesday, November 15, 7pm, $15
Thursday, November 16, 7pm, $15
After-Parties both nights! Awards Ceremonies Thursday!

Court Square Theater, 41 Court Square, Harrisonburg, Virginia

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LAST MONTH NEAR MONTREAL!

The Range Finder presents

59th Montreal Camera Show
Used photographic equipment sale. Since 1988!
Antique & usable, film & digital, still & cine.

Sunday, November 5, 10am-3pm, $7

NEW LOCATION! Hampton Inn & Suites,
1900 Trans Canada Hwy (40), Dorval, Québec
(just east of Sources Blvd.) sol at therangefinder dot com

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LAST MONTH IN LONDON, ONT!

London Ontario Media Arts Association (LOMAA)
and Artlab Gallery present

The Dangerous Telescope
16mm archival films (1950-1972, 76 minutes)
by USA filmmaker Ian Hugo (1898-1985).
Stephen Broomer in person from Toronto!
for an Introduction and Talk. Facebook

Friday, November 3, 7pm, free! (unclassified)

Artlab Gallery, John Labatt Visual Arts Centre,
Perth Drive, Western University, London, Ontario

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4 EVENTS LAST OCTOBER
IN NEW YORK CITY!

Anthology Film Archives presents its "Essential Cinema" series

Films by Georges Méliès
1899-1909, most projected on 35mm, some 16mm,
some hand-tinted. 3 different programs!

Tuesday, October 31, 7:15pm
Tuesday, October 31, 8:45pm
Saturday, November 4, 3:30pm

Anthology Film Archives
32 Second Ave. (at 2nd St.), New York City

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Anthology Film Archives presents its "Show & Tell" series

John Porter:
B-Sides and Rarities

Super 8 Films and Performance by John Porter
in person from Toronto, Canada!
Facebook

Wednesday, October 18, 7:30pm

Anthology Film Archives
32 Second Ave. (at 2nd St.), New York City

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2 EVENTS LAST OCTOBER IN OTTAWA

The Canadian Film Institute (CFI) presents

The Luck of Ginger Coffey
(Irvin Kershner, Crawley Films, Canada, 1964, 100 min.)
a rare 35mm archival print!

Sunday, October 29, 1:30pm, free! (classified)

ByTowne Cinema, 325 Rideau St., Ottawa, Ontario

Library and Archives Canada's "Canada on Screen" series presents

Back to God’s Country
(David Hartford, Canada, 1919, 35mm, 73 minutes)
with live piano accompaniment
by Gabriel Thibaudeau!

Tuesday, October 17, 7pm, free! (classified)

Library and Archives Canada, 395 Wellington St., Ottawa, Ontario

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LAST OCTOBER IN
MADRID &
BARCELONA, SPAIN

Cineinfinito presents

Cineinfinito #33: Martha Davis (II)
Martha Davis in person from Toronto, Canada!
with her super 8 and 16mm films on digital video:
Path (Canada, 1987, 104 minutes) preceded by
Reading Between the Lines
(1989, 36 minutes).
Facebook

Thursday, October 26, 7:30pm
Círculo de Bellas Arte, Calle Alcalá, 42, Madrid, Spain

Saturday, October 28, 9pm
Zumzeig Cinema, Carrer de Béjar, 53, Barcelona, Spain

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3 EVENTS LAST OCTOBER
IN MONTREAL, QUEBEC

Visions and la lumière present 2 different programs by

Robert Todd
In person from USA! with his recent 16mm films!
Total running time: 59 minutes. Facebook
Wednesday, October 25, 8pm, $7

Dialogues: Figure/Ground
16mm films and videos, by Rebecca Meyers,
Richard Wiebe, Sandro Aguilar, Paul Turano,
Vincent Grenier, Julie Murray, Nick Collins.
Selected by Robert Todd, in person!
Thursday, October 26, 8pm, $7

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

46th Festival du nouveau cinéma
Video, 16mm & 35mm film, performance.
Artists in person!
Facebook

October 4-15, Montréal, Québec

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2 EVENTS LAST OCTOBER
IN LONDON, ONTARIO

London Vintage Film Camera Shows presents

London Fall
Vintage Film Camera Show

Southwestern Ontario's largest, best and friendliest
used and vintage film photo equipment sale.
Antique & usable, still & cine, 1880s-1980s.
More than 70 local merchants' tables.
Facebook

Sunday, October 22, 10am - 3pm, $4 / kids free

Carling Heights Optimist Community Centre,
656 Elizabeth St., London, Ontario
(behind Wolseley Barracks on Oxford)

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London Ontario Media Arts Association (LOMAA)
and The ARTS Project present

House of Science:
A Museum of False Facts

16mm films, 1966 & 1991, total 45 minutes, by
USA artists Gunvor Nelson and Lynne Sachs.
Facebook

Wednesday, October 18, 7pm (unclassified)
by donation, suggested $3-5, no one turned away.

The ARTS Project, 203 Dundas St., London, Ontario

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LAST OCTOBER IN BERLIN, GERMANY

LaborBerlin presents

Film in the Present Tense
International Analog Film Symposium
5 panel discussions, a screening, and
an expanded cinema performance!

October 20-22, 2017, €20

Universität der Künste (UdK) / University of the Arts,
Grunewaldstraße 2, Berlin, Germany

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OCTOBER 21 IN 75 CITIES

15th International Home Movie Day
Show your home movies, or come just to watch.
8mm, super 8 or 16mm film! No video.
Facebook group

Saturday, October 21, free!

LAST OCTOBER IN
PETERBOROUGH, ONTARIO

Trent Valley Archives presents

15th International Home Movie Day
Show your home movies, or come just to watch.
8mm, super 8, 16mm, VHS, DVD.

Saturday, October 21, 1pm-4pm, free!

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

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LAST OCTOBER IN QUEBEC CITY

15th International Home Movie Day and Antitube present

2nd Annual
La journée du film de famille
Bring your super 8, 8mm, 16mm family films,
to show on the big screen, or come just to watch.
Moderated by specialist Louis Pelletier. Followed by
a performance by Quebec filmmaker David B. Ricard.
Facebook

Saturday, October 21, 7pm-11pm,
free!
(contributions welcome)

Brasserie artisanale La Korrigane,
380, rue Dorchester, Québec City, Québec

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LAST OCTOBER IN
JOHNSON CITY, NEW YORK

5th Transient Visions
Festival of the Moving Image
Screenings, installations, performances! Facebook
Friday & Saturday, October 20 & 21, 2017
$5 each (suggested donation)

including
Super 8 Films & Performance by John Porter
in person from Toronto! October 20, 10pm

Spool Contemporary Art Space,
140 Baldwin St., Johnson City, New York

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LAST OCTOBER IN
BINGHAMTON, NEW YORK

Binghamton University
Visiting Film & Video Artists & Speakers Series presents

Super 8 Films and
Performance by John Porter
in person from Toronto!

Thursday, October 19, 7:30pm, free!

Binghamton University Lecture Hall 6,
4400 Vestal Parkway E., Binghamton, New York

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LAST OCTOBER IN HAMILTON, ON

Trash Palace Hamilton - Hamilton's only 16mm movie theatre!
presents 16mm features & shorts, monthly on a Thursday.
Facebook group

Prom Night
(Paul Lynch, Canada, 1980, 92 minutes)
Hot popcorn, tacos, merch for sale!
Facebook event

Thursday, October 19, 9:30pm, $6 (unclassified)

Doors Pub, 56 Hess St. S. (at Main), Hamilton, Ontario

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LAST OCTOBER IN PROVIDENCE, RI

Magic Lantern Cinema presents

Come and See
(Elem Klimov, Soviet Union, 1985, 16mm, 142 min.)
Programmed by Matthew Ellis.

Monday, October 16, 7pm, $10 suggested donation
(proceeds to a local immigrant rights organisation)

Cable Car Cinema and Cafe,
204 South Main Street, Providence, Rhode Island

POSTPONED

15th International Home Movie Day
Show your home movies, or come just to watch.
8mm, super 8, 16mm. Facebook

Saturday, October 14

Wellington Public Library,
261 Wellington Main St., Wellington, Ontario

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LAST OCTOBER IN VICTORIA, BC

20th Antimatter Media Art Festival
International Media Art and Experimental Cinema.
Video, 16mm, 35mm, super 8.

October 13-28, 7 & 9pm, $pwyc

Deluge Contemporary Art, 636 Yates St., Victoria, British Columbia

LAST OCTOBER IN BALTIMORE, MD

Sight Unseen presents

Amy Halpern
in person from Los Angeles!
Two of her 16mm films, 1992 & 2012.
Total running time: 71 min. Facebook

Tuesday, October 10, 7:30pm, $10

Parkway Theatre, 5 W. North Ave., Baltimore, Maryland

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LAST OCTOBER IN WINNIPEG, MB

The 12th WNDX Festival of Moving Image
Recent experimental 16mm and 35mm film,
video, installations, and performances.

October 4-8

Winnipeg Cinematheque, 100 Arthur St., Winnipeg, Manitoba

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"SHOOT & SHOW" SUPER 8 SCREENINGS RECOMMENDS

The 12th
Winnipeg One Take Super 8 Event

Premieres of 33 new super 8 films!
made for this screening! by local artists!

Alex Ateah, Aaron Henderson, Eli Henderson, Elise Dawson,
Zorya Arrow & Erin Buelow, Colby Richardson, Alyssa Bornn,
Megan Elizabeth Diamond, Jennifer Bisch, Leigh Anne Parry,
Sarah Simpson, Steph Berrington, JJ Neepin, Justina Neepin,
Marc Greene, Kendra Gaede & Dale Krawchuk, Gwen Trutnau,
Olly King, Stéphane Oystryk, Glen Johnson, Ryan & Adam Steel,
David Knipe & Omid Moterassed, Tessa Stewart, Kayla Jeanson,
Kristiane Church, Andy Rudolph, Damien Ferland & Karen Asher,
Jasmine Thomas, Thor & The Rooster Town Blockade, Ian Bawa,
Anjali Sandhu, Scott Fitzpatrick, Claudine Perrott, Ryan Simmons.
Each film edited in-camera on one reel of super 8, then shown as shot,
the artists not seeing their work first. Annual event in Regina since 2000.
Co-presented by Winnipeg Film Group and WNDX.

Sunday, October 8, 7pm, $10

The Rachel Browne Theatre,
221 Bannatyne Ave., Winnipeg, Manitoba

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