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Super 8 Filmmaker John Porter, Toronto, Canada

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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 >
January-March 2018 \/ Upcoming


71 RECENT EVENTS 7/20/18

34 EVENTS IN TORONTO 37 EVENTS BEYOND TORONTO
Last Wednesday in Calgary, Alberta - Vancouver, BC
2 Events Last Saturday Night in Toronto
Last Week in Toronto - Hamilton, Ontario - Brooklyn, NY
Saskatoon
& Regina, Saskatchewan
Earlier This Month in Toronto
Last Month in Toronto - Edinburgh, UK - Ottawa, Ontario
Montréal, QC - London, Ontario - Vancouver, BC
Last May in Toronto - A Coruña, Spain - Vancouver, BC
Brooklyn, NY - Harrisburg, PA - Montréal - Dublin, Ireland
Last April in Toronto - Ottawa, Ontario - Buffalo, NY - Regina, SK
Vienna, Austria - Newmarket, ON - Los Angeles - Baltimore, MD
London, ON - Albuquerque, New Mexico - Vancouver, BC
Yverdon-les-Bains, Switzerland - Montréal, Québec

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34 EVENTS IN TORONTO


2 EVENTS LAST SATURDAY 3 EVENTS LAST WEEK
1 EVENT EARLIER THIS MONTH 10 EVENTS LAST MONTH
8 EVENTS LAST MAY 10 EVENTS LAST APRIL

2 EVENTS LAST SATURDAY NIGHT
IN TORONTO!


8:30PM LAST SATURDAY

7PM LAST SATURDAY IN TORONTO!

Vector Game Art & New Media Festival (July 12-16) presents

Words Before All Else:
Oral Histories in the Digital Age
Videos by Elizabeth LaPensée, Zacharias Kunuk,
Mary Kunuk, Trevino L. Brings Plenty, Skawennati,
Doug Smarch Jr., Zack Khalil & Adam Shingwak Khalil.
Curated by Vector co-founder Clint Enns. Facebook

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

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

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8:30PM LAST SATURDAY
IN TORONTO!

Liaison of Independent Filmmakers of Toronto (LIFT),
Pix Film Gallery, and the Ad Hoc Collective present

Transpose
Videos and 16mm films from Boston's AgX Collective,
by Wenshua Shi, Brittany Gravely, Douglas Urbank,
Peaches Goodrich, Susan DeLeo, Robert Todd,
Ethan Berry, Sarah Bliss, Stefan Grabowski.
Curated by Anto Astudillo, Susan DeLeo,
Ernesto Livon-Grosman. AgX members
Gen Carmel and Stefan Grabowski in person!
Facebook

Saturday, July 14, 8:30pm, free! (unclassified)

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

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3 EVENTS LAST WEEK IN TORONTO!


WEDNESDAY LAST WEEK - TUESDAY LAST WEEK

LAST FRIDAY IN TORONTO!

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

The Force On Thunder Mountain
(Peter B. Good, USA, 1978, 93 minutes) introduced by
Stacey Case, in person from Hamilton, Ontario!
Plus a Scopitone, and 1950s 16mm home movies
shot in Toronto and Hamilton. Facebook event

Friday, July 13, 9:30pm, $10 (classified)

CineCycle, behind 129 Spadina Ave., Toronto

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WEDNESDAY LAST WEEK
IN TORONTO!

Early Monthly Segments presents its screening #102

Karel Doing in Person!
from Netherlands and London, UK with
his 16mm films and performances!
1994-2017, total run time: 74 min.
Facebook

Wednesday, July 11, 8pm, $5-10 (unclassified)

Gallery Space,
Toronto Media Arts Centre (TMAC), 32 Lisgar St.
(west of Dovercourt, south of Queen), Toronto

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TUESDAY LAST WEEK IN TORONTO!

TIFF presents a series of 12, monthly, free screenings,
"Existence is Song: A Stan Brakhage Retrospective",
all on 16mm film!

Tortured Dust
(Stan Brakhage, USA, 1984, 89 minutes)
preceded by Hymn to Her.

Tuesday, July 10, 8:50pm, free! (classified)

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

Programs: 1 Jan 28, 2 Feb 27, 3 Mar 18, 4 Apr 7,
5 May 15, 6 Jun 12, 8 Aug 14.

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EARLIER THIS MONTH IN TORONTO!

Pleasure Dome Artists' Film Exhibition Group presents

Jorge Lozano: Reports
A Screening and Book Launch

Screening of his videos, 1994-2017, total 76 min.,
and the launch of a book about him published by
Pleasure Dome and Canadian Film Institute.
Food prepared by Jorge Lozano! Facebook

Saturday, July 7, 6:30pm-10pm, $10 / $5
(no one turned away for lack of funds)
8pm - Screening (unclassified)
9:15pm - Respondents & Panel Discussion with
Rebecca Garrett, Mike Hoolboom, Julieta Maria.

The Commons, 401 Richmond St. W., Toronto

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10 EVENTS LAST MONTH IN TORONTO!

Canadian Filmmakers Distribution Centre (CFMDC)
and Queer Media Database present

Come Down: Film Screening
Queer 16mm films from Canada and the USA,
1969-2001, by Michelle Mohabeer, Michael Wallin,
Thom Chomont, Paul Lee, Janis Cole & Holly Dale,
Barbara Hammer, Valerie Tereszko, Scott Beveridge,
Chris Chong Chan Fui, Juli Saragosa. Curated by Mikiki.
Total run time: 116 min., plus a short break. Facebook

Thursday, June 28, 7pm, free! (unclassified)

Gallery Space,
Toronto Media Arts Centre (TMAC), 32 Lisgar St.
(west of Dovercourt, south of Queen), Toronto

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Pix Film Productions, LIFT, and Inter Access present

Expanded-Experimental-Hybrid
The best international video art from the 2017
Ars Electronica Animation Festival in Austria.
Facebook

Thursday, June 28, 8:30pm, free! (unclassified)

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

Wavelengths series presents

I have no memory of my direction
(Midi Onodera, Canada, 2005, video, 77 minutes)
preceded by a selection of her short videos.
Midi Onodera in person! - recipient of 2018
Governor General's Award for Visual and Media Arts.

Tuesday, June 26, 8:45pm, free! (classified)

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

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Toronto Film Review presents

[redacted]
Recent, short, Canadian videos,
followed by Q&A with the artists.
Facebook

Thursday, June 14, 8:30pm, $5 (unclassified)

CineCycle, behind 129 Spadina Ave., Toronto

DocNow Documentary Festival presents

206 Carlton
(Sylvia Nowak, Canada, 2018, video, 14 min.)
Racism and resistance in the city of Toronto,
focusing on Holocaust denier Ernst Zundel
when he built a bunker at 206 Carlton St.
Plus a panel discussion and a related
exhibition from Alternative Toronto.
Facebook

Wednesday, June 13, 7pm, free! (unclassified)

CineCycle, behind 129 Spadina Ave., Toronto

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

Laser Light:
The Films of Sabine Gruffat

LIFT's and Pix's current Artist-in-Residence with
her videos and a 35mm film, 2007-2017,
total running time: 57 min. Facebook

Wednesday, June 13, 8:30pm, free! (unclassified)

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

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TIFF presents a series of 12 monthly free screenings,
"Existence is Song: A Stan Brakhage Retrospective",
all on 16mm film!

The Text of Light
(Stan Brakhage, USA, 1974, 71 minutes)
Preceded by a short Brakhage film.
Introduced by Chris Gehman.

Tuesday, June 12, 9:05pm, free! (classified)

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

Programs: 1 Jan 28, 2 Feb 27, 3 Mar 18, 4 Apr 7,
5 May 15, 7 Jul 10, 8 Aug 14.

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re:assemblage collective, Trinity Square Video,
and Contact Photography Festival, present

Return to Burma
(Midi Z, Taiwan / Myanmar, 2011, video, 84 min.),
preceded by Landscape for a Person
(Florencia Levy, Argentina, 2015, video, 8 min.).
Both works are presented with English subtitles.
Followed by Skype conversation with the artists!
In conjunction with Christina Battle's exhibition at
Trinity Square Video, May 4 - June 9. Facebook

Saturday, June 9, 6pm (unclassified)
pwyc / $5-10 suggested donation

Trinity Square Video, Suite 121,
401 Richmond St. West, Toronto

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

The Marx Brothers' Duck Soup
(Leo McCarey, USA, 1933, 68 minutes) plus
short comedies, a cartoon, and a Scopitone.
Facebook event

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

CineCycle, behind 129 Spadina Ave., Toronto

super8porter.ca 13th Anniversary

June 6, 2005 - June 6, 2018

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8 EVENTS LAST MAY IN TORONTO!

The Photographic Historical Society of Canada (PHSC) presents

The Big One!
44th Spring Photographica Fair

Canada's oldest, largest, used photographic equipment sale.
Antique & usable, film & digital, still & cine.
Many merchants' tables.

Sunday, May 27, 10am-3pm, $7, students free!

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

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The Liaison of Independent Filmmakers of Toronto (LIFT) presents

Summer 2018
Filmmaking Workshops

Super 8, 16mm, 35mm! Finish on film!
Limited enrolments. First come - first served.
Facebook

Registration began Tuesday, May 22

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

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Pleasure Dome, the Gardiner Museum and
Younger Than Beyoncé Gallery present

Eyeblink 3 - Smash the Patriarchy
Last of a 3-part monthly screening & performance series,
each with movies by Yoko Ono and local female artists.
Tonight: Frances Leeming, Kelsey Whyte, and a party
with performances by Ronnie Clarke, Annie Wong.
Includes the Yoko Ono exhibition at the Gardiner.
Facebook

Thursday, May 17, 9pm, $10 (unclassified)

Gardiner Museum, 111 Queen's Park, Toronto

Eyeblink 1 - March 15, Eyeblink 2 - April 26

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Toronto Film Review presents

Now It's Dark
Recent short, Canadian, genre videos by
Joële Walinga, Matthew Rankin, Sally Rylett,
Scooter Jenner, Justin Decloux, Nate Wilson,
Marianne Hill, Steve Kostanski. Total 77 min.
Followed by Q&A with the artists. Facebook

Wednesday, May 16, 8pm. (unclassified)
Pre-show at 7pm. $pwyc / $5 suggested.

CineCycle, behind 129 Spadina Ave., Toronto

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TIFF presents a series of 12 monthly free screenings,
"Existence is Song: A Stan Brakhage Retrospective",
all on 16mm film!

The Pittsburgh Trilogy
(Stan Brakhage, USA, 1971, 101 minutes)
includes Eyes, Deus Ex, and
The Act of Seeing With One's Own Eyes.

Tuesday, May 15, 8:50pm, free! (classified)

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

Programs: 1 Jan 28, 2 Feb 27, 3 Mar 18, 4 Apr 7,
6 Jun 12, 7 Jul 10, 8 Aug 14.

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The Spiral Film and Philosophy Conference 2018 presents

Screening Space
Recent short videos by Terra Long, Christina Battle,
Dan Dietzel, Marianna Milhorat, and Irene Bartolomé,
from the Canadian Filmmakers Distribution Centre,
programmed by Scott Birdwise & Res¸at Fuat Cam.
Total running time: 45 minutes. Facebook

Friday, May 11, 7:30pm, free! (unclassified)

Gallery Space,
Toronto Media Arts Centre (TMAC), 32 Lisgar St.
(west of Dovercourt, south of Queen), Toronto

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

Run, Angel, Run!
(Jack Starrett, USA, 1970, 95 min.) plus
a cartoon, a Scopitone, and Chapter 12
of the 1944 serial Captain America.
Facebook event

Friday, May 11, 9:30pm, $10 (classified)

CineCycle, behind 129 Spadina Ave., Toronto

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Colectivo Toronto presents

A First Retrospective of
Films by Francisca Duran

Toronto-based artist in person!
with her videos & 16mm films.
Total running time: 83 min.
Facebook

Friday, May 4, 8pm (unclassified)
$pwyc / suggested donation $5

CineCycle, behind 129 Spadina Ave., Toronto

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10 EVENTS LAST APRIL
IN TORONTO!

Pleasure Dome Artists' Film Exhibition Group presents

Traces of an alternative future:
the work of SODA_JERK

Dan and Dominique Angeloro, aka SODA_JERK,
in person from Brooklyn, New York!
with their recent short works. Facebook

Saturday, April 28, 8pm (unclassified)
$5-10 (no one turned away for lack of funds)

CineCycle, behind 129 Spadina Ave., Toronto

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Pleasure Dome, the Gardiner Museum,
Xpace Cultural Centre, and The RUDE Collective present

Eyeblink 2 – Hashtag Solidarity
2nd of a 3-part monthly screening & performance series,
each with movies by Yoko Ono and local female artists.
Tonight: Kiera Boult & Eryka Gudiño-Barthold, Kim Ninkuru,
Erica Whyte, and Amika, and a DJ set by Myst Milano.
Includes the Yoko Ono exhibition at the Gardiner.
Facebook

Thursday, April 26, 9pm, $10 (unclassified)

Gardiner Museum, 111 Queen's Park, Toronto

Eyeblink 1 - March 15, Eyeblink 3 - May 17

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Royal Cinema's "Laser Blast" & "Tax Shelter Follies" series' present

Skip Tracer
(Zale Dalen, Canada, 1977, 95 min.)
Zale Dalen's own rare 35mm print!
Facebook

Tuesday, April 24, 8pm, $14 (classified)
Pre-Show - 7:30pm

The Royal Cinema, 608 College St., Toronto

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

Sunday, April 22, 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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Early Monthly Segments presents its screening #101

Ute Aurand in Person!
from Berlin with her 16mm films,
1998-1999, total time: 58 min.
Facebook

Saturday, April 21, 4pm, $13 (unclassified)

The Revue Cinema, 400 Roncesvalles Ave., Toronto

5th Annual
National Canadian Film Day

1700 screenings across the country,
of Canadian movies, 100 in Toronto!
Facebook

Wednesday, April 18 (classified)

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John Porter's First
Film Filibuster
Stand-up Stories of Toronto and Canada Film Scenes!
News! Histories! Politics! Requests! Discussions!

Tonight's topics include "The Calgary Film Scene".
Screenings of super 8 films - John's and BYO!
BYO Super 8 Equipment Clinic! Merch!
Facebook

in a come 'n' go cafe setting!
Tuesday, April 17, 9pm-1am, $pwyc (unclassified)

CineCycle, behind 129 Spadina Ave., Toronto

Drop by after the Images Festival!

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

Juvenile Delinquent
Classroom Films

Vintage educational shorts. Annual tradition,
this year's theme is juvenile delinquency.
Plus a cartoon, a Scopitone, Chapter 11
of the 1944 serial Captain America.
Facebook event

Friday, April 13, 9:30pm, $10 (classified)

CineCycle, behind 129 Spadina Ave., Toronto

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31st Images Festival of
Independent Film, Video and New Media

Mostly video, some film. Many guest artists!
Performances and installations!

April 12-20 (adults only, by law)

mostly at Innis Town Hall, 2 Sussex Ave., Toronto

TIFF presents a series of 12 monthly free screenings,
"Existence is Song: A Stan Brakhage Retrospective",
all on 16mm film!

Scenes from Under Childhood
(Stan Brakhage, USA, 1970, 137 minutes)

Saturday, April 7, 1pm, free! (classified)

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

Programs: 1 Jan 28, 2 Feb 27, 3 Mar 18,
5 May 15, 6 Jun 12, 7 Jul 10, 8 Aug 14.

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CONTINUED

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

37 EVENTS BEYOND TORONTO


Last Wednesday in Calgary, Alberta - Vancouver, British Columbia
Last Week in Hamilton, ON - Brooklyn - Saskatoon & Regina, SK
Last Month in Edinburgh, Scotland - Ottawa, Ontario
Montréal, QC - Vancouver, BC - London, Ontario
Last May in A Coruña, Spain - Brooklyn, NY - Harrisburg, PA
Vancouver, British Columbia - Montréal, QC - Dublin, Ireland
Last April in Ottawa, Ontario - Buffalo, NY - Regina, Saskatchewan
Vienna, Austria - Newmarket, ON - Los Angeles - Baltimore, MD
London, ON - Albuquerque, New Mexico - Vancouver, BC
Yverdon-les-Bains, Switzerland - Montréal, Québec

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LAST WEDNESDAY IN CALGARY!

Monograph presents

Bruce Baillie's Quick Billy
(USA, 1970, 16mm, 60 minutes) plus
Quick Billy Rolls 14, 41, 43, 46, 47, 52, a series
of 3-minute reels shot while making Quick Billy.
Facebook

Wednesday, July 18, 8pm, $pwyc

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

also July 19, 7pm, at
Southern Alberta Art Gallery, Lethbridge, Alberta.

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LAST WEDNESDAY IN VANCOUVER!

SFU Galleries and DIM Cinema,
a monthly series programmed by Michèle Smith, present

Groundwork
Featuring The Sky on Location
(Babette Mangolte, USA, 1982, 16mm, 78 min.)
preceded by 16mm shorts, 1964-1987, by
Barbara Hammer, Amy Greenfield, Sandra Meigs,
and Marie Menken. Total running time: 114 min.
In parallel with Feminist Land Art Retreat’s
exhibition at Audain Gallery until August 4.
Programmed by Amy Kazymerchyk.
Facebook

Wednesday, July 18, 7:30pm, $12
plus $3 membership
(adults only, by law)

Pacific Cinematheque, 1131 Howe St., Vancouver, BC

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LAST FRIDAY IN HAMILTON, ON!

Factory Media Centre presents

Zephyr
16mm multiple-projection performance
with live analog sound, by toronto artists
Adrian Cook & Sylvain Chaussée. Facebook

Friday, July 13, 7pm-10pm, free! (unclassified)
during Hamilton's monthly James St. "Art Crawl".

Factory Media Centre, 228 James St. N., Hamilton, Ontario

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2 EVENTS LAST WEEK
IN SASKATCHEWAN!


TUESDAY LAST WEEK IN SASKATOON

THURSDAY LAST WEEK IN REGINA!

"SHOOT & SHOW" SUPER 8 SCREENINGS RECOMMENDS

One Take Super 8 Event and
Saskatchewan Filmpool Cooperative present

The 16th Original
One Take Super 8 Event

Premieres of 17 new films shot & shown on super 8
for this screening by Regina filmmakers, in person!
Kendall Latimer, Matthew Ripplinger, Michelle Burant,
Sandra Staples-Jetko, Amber Christensen, Gerald Saul,
Dianne Ouellette, Brian Stockton, Jeremy Davis, Eric Hill,
Jacob Farrell, Jeffrey Altwasser, Amber Phelps Bondaroff,
Mitch Doll, Ella Mikkola, William Bessai-Saul, Jay Sotkowy.
Using one 3-minute roll of film each, without any ‘second takes’,
and the filmmakers do not view their film before the screening!
Facebook

Thursday, July 12, 7pm, free!

Regina Public Library Film Theatre,
Central Branch, 2311 12th Ave., Regina, Saskatchewan

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TUESDAY LAST WEEK IN SASKATOON!

"SHOOT & SHOW" SUPER 8 SCREENINGS RECOMMENDS

PAVED Arts presents

The 6th Saskatoon
One Take Super 8 Event

Premieres of 25 new films shot & shown on super 8
for this screening by Saskatoon filmmakers, in person!
Emily M. Kohlert, Kaitlin Wong, Kyle Zurevinski, Eva McWhirter,
Stacy Muller, Brianne McWhirter, Jane McWhirter, Greg Reese,
Barry A. Smith, Peter Stinson, Audrey Rogalski, Graeme Pratte,
Brianna Whitmore, Gavin Baird, John Harper, Brenda Kalapaca,
Adam Logan, Eveline Boudreau, Ania Slusarczyk, Riley Deacon,
Harry Merkin, Brian Eames, Lenore Maier, Kurt Wolfe, Marcel Petit.
Using one 3-minute roll of film each, without any ‘second takes’,
and the filmmakers do not see their film before the screening!
Facebook

Tuesday, July 10, 7pm, free!

Roxy Theatre, 320 20th St. West, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

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MONDAY LAST WEEK IN
BROOKLYN, NEW YORK!

Microscope Gallery presents

YES: Rachael Guma / Grace Sloan
New York-based artists in person with
their super 8 and 16mm films!
Followed by a Q&A. Facebook

Monday, July 9, 7:30pm, $8

Microscope Gallery, #2B, 1329 Willoughby Ave., Brooklyn, NY
(Wyckoff & St. Nicholas, Jefferson L, exit Starr St.)

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LAST MONTH IN EDINBURGH, UK!

72nd Edinburgh International Film Festival
Including the Black Box screenings of
experimental videos & 16mm films. No super 8.
A solo screening by Joyce Wieland - all 16mm!,
and solos by Barbara Hammer in person!

June 20 - July 1, Edinburgh, Scotland

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LAST MONTH IN OTTAWA, ONT!

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

Jorge Lozano: Reports
Screening of his videos, 1994-2017,
total running time: 74 minutes,
and the launch of a book about him
published by CFI and Pleasure Dome.
Facebook

Wednesday, June 20, 7pm, $pwyc (unclassified)

Mercury Lounge, 56 ByWard Market, Ottawa, Ontario

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LAST MONTH IN LONDON, ONT!

London Ontario Media Arts Association (LOMAA)
and Inclusive Arts London present

Chronic:
Films by Jennifer Reeves

16mm films, 1993-1998, by the New York-based artist.
Total running time: 63 minutes. Facebook

Friday, June 15, 7pm (unclassified)
$ by donation, $5 suggested, no one turned away

TAP Centre for Creativity,
203 Dundas St., London, Ontario

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3 EVENTS LAST MONTH
IN MONTREAL, QUEBEC!

Cinémathèque québécoise présente

Amanda Dawn Christie in person! with
2 different programmes of her work.
Facebook

Spectres of Shortwave
(Canada, 2016, video, 113 minutes)
Wednesday, June 13, 7pm, $7

A Survey of Shorts by
Amanda Dawn Christie

Expanded cinema performances and experimental
films on super 8, 16mm, 35mm, and VHS.
Thursday, June 14, 9pm, $7

Cinémathèque québécoise,
335 boul. de Maisonneuve Est, Montréal, Québec

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Visions and la lumière present

Malena Szlam: Of the Night
16mm films, a super 8 film, and a video, 1979-2018,
by Malena Szlam, Chick Strand, and Julie Murray,
total running time: 49 minutes, plus a surprise!
Local artist Malena Szlam in person!
Facebook

Thursday, June 7, 8pm, $7

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

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LAST MONTH IN VANCOUVER!

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

The 3 Rooms of Melancholia
(Pirjo Honkasalo, 2004, 35mm, 106 minutes,
Finland / Denmark / Germany / Sweden).
Facebook

Wednesday, June 6, 7:30pm, $12
plus $3 membership
(adults only, by law)

Pacific Cinematheque, 1131 Howe St., Vancouver, BC

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LAST MAY IN A CORUÑA, SPAIN!

9th Annual
(S8) Mostra de Cinema Periférico

Super 8 films, and videos shot on super 8.
Retrospectives, performances, installations!
Many contemporary filmmakers in person!
Facebook

May 25 - June 3, 2018, A Coruña, Spain

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LAST MAY IN BROOKLYN, NY!

Microscope Gallery presents

Schismogenesis - Steps Toward a
History of French Experimental Film

16mm films, 1975-1986, by three members of
the Cooperative des cinéastes (Paris, 1976-1978):
Martine Rousset, Patrice Kirchhofer, David Wharry.
Curated by Paris-based Italian, Enrico Camporesi.
Total running time: 47 minutes. Facebook

Sunday, May 27, 7:30pm, $8

Microscope Gallery, #2B, 1329 Willoughby Ave., Brooklyn, NY
(Wyckoff & St. Nicholas, Jefferson L, exit Starr St.)

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LAST MAY IN HARRISBURG, PA!

20th Annual Moviate
Underground Film Festival

Video, 16mm and super 8 film as a form of art.
Local and international films! Guest filmmakers!
Lauren Wolkstein, Skizz Cyzyk, Jerry Tartaglia!
Over 50 films! Facebook

Friday-Sunday, May 25-27, free!

Civic Club of Harrisburg, 612 N Front St., and the
Midtown Cinema, 250 Reily St., Harrisburg, Pennsylvania

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LAST MAY IN VANCOUVER, BC!

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

Troublemakers
(Norman Fruchter & Robert Machover,
USA, 1966, 16mm, 54 minutes) preceded by
1968 shorts by Bruce Baillie (USA, 16mm)
and Philippe Garrel (France, video),
total run time: 90 min. Facebook

Wednesday, May 23, 7:30pm, $12
plus $3 membership
(adults only, by law)

Pacific Cinematheque, 1131 Howe St., Vancouver, BC

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2 EVENTS LAST MAY IN
MONTREAL, QUEBEC!

Visions et la Cinémathèque québécoise présente

Mike Rollo, in person from Regina!
with 2 different programmes. Facebook

Under Prairie Skies:
Works by Mike Rollo

Videos and a 35mm film, 2008-2017.
Total running time: 55 minutes.
Wednesday, May 9, 9pm, $7

Accents of Air and Earth:
Works Selected by Mike Rollo

Videos, 2013-2017, by Lana Z. Caplan,
Tânia Dinis, Kyath Battie, Ella Mikkola, and
Jaimz Asmundson & Karen Asmundson,
and a 2016 16mm film by Anna Hogg.
Total running time: 61 minutes.
Thursday, May 10, 9pm, $7

Cinémathèque québécoise,
335 boul. de Maisonneuve Est, Montréal, Québec

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LAST MAY IN DUBLIN, IRELAND!

aemi Projections, The Irish Film Institute,
and The Douglas Hyde Gallery, present

In Focus - Tamara Henderson
Tamara Henderson in person from Canada!
with her recent 16mm films, and 16mm films
by Matthias Müller and Ute & Detel Aurand.
Total run time 67 min., followed by a Q&A.
Coinciding with her current exhibition at
The Douglas Hyde Gallery. Facebook

Wednesday, May 2, 6:30pm, €9.50

The Douglas Hyde Gallery, Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland

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2 EVENTS LAST APRIL IN OTTAWA!

The Independent Filmmakers Co-operative of Ottawa (IFCO)
presents its annual members screening

Celluloid Dreamz
New videos shot on super 8 or 16mm film by
IFCO members Patrice James, Deniz Berkin,
Charl Alexandre Jutras, Daniel Oniszeczko,
Clemency Robinson, and T.N. Waldron.
Artists in attendance! Facebook

Saturday, April 28, 7pm, $15 (unclassified)

Arts Court Theatre, 67 Nicholas St., Ottawa, Ontario

After-Party - Oz Kafe, 10 York St.

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The Windows Collective presents

6 New Interactive Film Installations
by Windows Collective members Pixie Cram, Paul Gordon,
Roger D. Wilson, and Dave Johnson, and invited artists
Alexandre Larose and Allison Moore from Montréal!
16mm and super 8! Filmmakers in attendance!
Family-friendly and wheelchair-accessible.

Saturday, April 28, 7:30pm-9:30pm, free! (unclassified)

Upper Lobby, Agora, Shenkman Arts Centre,
245 boul. Centrum Boulevard, Ottawa, Ontario

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LAST APRIL IN BUFFALO, NY!

Hallwalls Contemporary Arts Center presents its "Tony Tuesday" #4

New York Underground
16mm films, 1959-1967, by Tony Conrad
and artists using sound by Tony Conrad:
Ron Rice, Jack Smith, Piero Heliczer.
Curated & Intro by Laura McGough.
Total run time: 91 min. Facebook

Tuesday, April 24, 7pm, $8

Hallwalls, 341 Delaware Ave., Buffalo, New York

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LAST APRIL IN REGINA, SASK!

Independent Visions, the Saskatchewan Filmpool Cooperative,
and the University of Regina's Department of Film present

Stephen Broomer's Potamkin
(Canada, 2017, 16mm, 67 minutes)
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Monday, April 23, 7pm, free!

Regina Public Library Film Theatre,
Central Branch, 2311 12th Ave., Regina, Saskatchewan

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LAST APRIL IN VIENNA, AUSTRIA!

Pix Film Collective, Filmkoop Wien,
Liaison of Independent Filmmakers of Toronto (LIFT),
Setzkasten, Zwischendecke, and Blickle Kino, present

From A to Z
Film Screening and Exhibition
by Canadian film artists, most from Toronto.
Leslie Supnet, Marcos Arriaga, Lisa Myers, John Porter,
Christine Lucy Latimer, Stephen Broomer, Blaine Speigel,
Michael Snow, Dan Browne, Kelly Egan, Winston Hacking.
Curated by Madi Piller and Clint Enns.

Screening & Magazine Release
Friday, April 20, 7pm-9pm
Blickle Kino, Belvedere 21 Contemporary Art Museum,
Arsenalstraße 1, Vienna, Austria Facebook

Exhibition & Live Music
Live sound by B. Fleischmann, Lionoir,
Johannes Bankl, and Jakob Schauer.
Saturday, April 21, 7pm-3am
Setzkasten and Zwischendecke,
Hernalser Hauptstraße 29-37, Vienna, Austria
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LAST APRIL IN NEWMARKET, ON!

Trinity United Church presents its 'Music on Main' series

Silent Movie & Organ Recital
Our Hospitality
(Buster Keaton, USA, 1923, 16mm, 74 min.)
with live pipe organ accompaniment by
William O'Meara from Toronto!
preceded by his short organ recital.

Friday, April 20, 7:30pm, $20 (classified)

Trinity United Church, 461 Park Ave., Newmarket, Ontario

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LAST APRIL IN LOS ANGELES!

Los Angeles Filmforum presents

Inexistent Time:
A Retrospective of Malena Szlam

Malena Szlam in person from Montréal, Canada!
with her first Los Angeles retrospective of
16mm and super 8 films, and video, 2008-2015,
including Los Angeles premieres! Facebook

Friday, April 20, 8pm, $10

Echo Park Film Center Microcinema,
1200 N. Alvarado St. (at Sunset Blvd.), Los Angeles, California

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LAST APRIL IN BALTIMORE, MD!

Sight Unseen presents

Note to Self:
Films of Nazli Di'nçel

in person from Milwaukee, Wisconsin! with
her handmade 16mm films, 2011-2018.
Total running time: 76 min. Facebook

Tuesday, April 17, 7:30pm, $10

Parkway Theatre 3, 5 W. North Ave., Baltimore, Maryland

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LAST APRIL IN LONDON, ONT!

London Vintage Film Camera Shows presents

London Spring
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.
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Sunday, April 15, 10am - 3pm, $4 / kids free

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

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LAST APRIL IN ALBUQUERQUE, NM!

Basement Films and the Department of Cinematic Arts present

Experiments in Cinema v13.6
Annual series of international cinematic experimentation,
visionary cinema and un-dependent moving image art.
Video, 35mm, 16mm collected by Bryan Konefsky.
Live performances and retrospectives.
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April 10-14, 2018

The Guild Cinema,
3405 Central Ave. NE, Albuquerque, New Mexico

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2 EVENTS LAST APRIL IN VANCOUVER!

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

Canyon Cinema at 50:
Studies in Natural Magic

Celebrating Canyon's 50 years! 16mm films, 1971-2017,
by Standish Lawder, Betzy Bromberg, Charlotte Pryce,
Saul Levine, Jean Sousa, Gary Beydler, Greta Snider,
Scott Stark, David Gatten, Peter Hutton, Julie Murray,
Christopher Harris, Emily Richardson, Robert Fulton.
Curated by David Dinnell, visiting faculty at CalArts,
and a past programmer of Ann Arbor Film Festival.
Total running time: 114 minutes. Facebook

Wednesday, April 11, 7:30pm, $12
plus $3 membership
(adults only, by law)

The Pacific Cinematheque, 1131 Howe St., Vancouver, BC

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Cineworks Independent Filmmakers Society, Iris Film Collective,
and Calgary Society of Independent Filmmakers (CSIF) present

What Lit The Earth
10 new super 8 and 16mm films from CSIF's
Artifact Small Format Film Festival 2018,
by Meganelizabeth Diamond, David LaRiviere,
Jeff Zorrilla & Ignacio Tamarit, Jeffery Chong,
Beau House, Shinya Isobe, Scott Fitzpatrick,
Lucie Adams, Luz Olivia, Lindsay McIntyre.
Introduction by Raeesa Farooqi, CSIF's
Programming & Communications Director.
Total running time: 53 minutes. Facebook

Friday, April 6, 8pm, free! (donations welcome)

Cineworks Studio, 1131 Howe St.
(lane entrance), Vancouver, British Columbia

Lindsay McIntyre's
Film Processing Workshop

Sunday, April 8

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3 EVENTS LAST APRIL IN MONTREAL!

The Range Finder presents

60th Montreal Camera Show
Used photographic equipment sale. Since 1988!
Antique & usable, film & digital, still & cine.

Sunday, April 8, 9:30am-2:30pm, $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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Visions and la lumière present 2 different programs by

Philip Hoffman, in person from Toronto!
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Film Farm: A Pact with the Process
Videos, 16mm films, 1997-2016, from the Film Farm,
by Helen Hill, Cecilia Araneda, Caroline Monnet,
Marcel Beltrán, Clint Enns, Jeremy Moss, Matt Soar,
Jennifer Reeves, Rob Butterworth, Monika Kin Gagnon,
Lyndsay Bloom, Michele Pearson Clarke, David Gatten.
Total run time: 78 min. Programmed by Philip Hoffman.
Thursday, April 5, 8pm, $7

Works by Philip Hoffman
Recent video and 16mm film, with
live music by Kennedy! Total: 75 min.
Friday, April 6, 8pm, $7

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

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LAST APRIL IN SWITZERLAND!

1st Analog Resistance Festival
Super 8 Edition
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Friday-Sunday, April 6-8

L' Échandole le Chateau, 1400, la Place Pestalozzi,
(la gare CFF), Yverdon-les-Bains, Switzerland

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