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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-April
\/ Upcoming


89 RECENT EVENTS 8/22/17

45 EVENTS IN TORONTO 44 EVENTS BEYOND TORONTO
Last Night in Toronto Last Saturday in London, Ontario

Last Week in Sackville, NB - Calgary, AB
- Montréal - Hamilton, ON
Earlier This Month in Toronto - Baltimore, Maryland - Windsor, ON
Whitby, ON - Sackville, NB - Vancouver - Montréal - Brookline, MA
Last Month in Toronto - Durham, ON - Dublin, Ireland - Hamilton, ON
Calgary, Alberta -
Ottawa, ON - Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
Perth, Australia
- Lima, Peru - Montréal, QC - Regina, SK
Last June in Toronto - Dublin, IRL - Montréal - Hamilton, ON
A Coruña, Spain - Brooklyn - Baltimore - Calgary, Alberta
Last May in Toronto - Hamilton, Ontario - Calgary, Alberta
Montréal, Québec - Santander, Spain

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45 EVENTS IN TORONTO


4 EVENTS EARLIER THIS MONTH 10 EVENTS LAST MONTH
14 EVENTS LAST JUNE 16 EVENTS LAST MAY

LAST NIGHT IN TORONTO!

Liaison of Independent Filmmakers of Toronto (LIFT) presents

A Conduit to Ideas and Dreams:
Films and Videos by Benjamin Wigley

LIFT's current Artist-in-Residence,
in person from Nottingham, UK!

Monday, August 21, 7pm, free! (unclassified)

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

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4 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

Modesty Blaise
(Joseph Losey, USA, 1966, 119 min.)
preceded by Chapter 7 of the serial
Captain America (1944). Facebook

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

CineCycle, behind 129 Spadina Ave., Toronto

Ad Hoc Collective presents its screening #3

Beautiful Rage
16mm films, 1968-1992, by Joyce Wieland,
Stan Brakhage, and Warren Sonbert.
Total time: 67 minutes. Facebook

Thursday, August 10, 7pm, free! (unclassified)

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

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Wavelengths and Oona Mosna (Media City Film Festival) present

The Circle of Time:
A Tribute to Artavazd Péléchian

35mm films, Armenia, 1969-1975, 65 minutes.
Intro by Marguerite Vappereau, co-editor of the new
book Artavazd Péléchian: Une symphonie du monde.

Tuesday, August 8, 6:30pm, free! (classified)

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

Medium Density Fibreboard Films (MDFF) presents

Maudite Poutine
(Karl Lemieux, Canada, 2017, video, 91 min.)
Karl Lemieux in person from Montreal!
Toronto premiere! Facebook

Thursday, August 3, 8pm, $12 (unclassified)

Royal Cinema, 608 College St., Toronto

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10 EVENTS LAST MONTH IN TORONTO!

Liaison of Independent Filmmakers of Toronto (LIFT) presents

The Order of Revelation:
Films by Anna Kipervaser
LIFT's current Artist-in-Residence,
in person from Durham, North Carolina!
with her new, silent, 16mm films.
Total running time: 66 minutes.

Monday, July 31, 7pm, free! (unclassified)

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

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The Toronto Animated Image Society (TAIS) presents its

11th Annual Animation Showcase
Recent Canadian and international short videos.
Ben Fernández, Evan DeRushie, Steven Woloshen,
Tzu-Hsin Yang, Michael Enzbrunner, Julian Gallese,
Rafael Sommerhalder, Julianna Cox & Payton Curtis,
Daniel Sterlin-Altman, Etienne Kompis & Fela Bellotto,
FIG House, Shane Beam, Beth David & Esteban Bravo,
Nick Fox-Gieg, Dylan Glynn, Wang Yihao & Tong Reko,
Ted Wiggin, Xingpei Shen, Laura Hodkin, Alisi Telengut,
plus a new interactive VR work by Zeesy Powers, and
the Anijam competition with twenty 10-second entries.
Total time: 110 minutes. Some artists in person!
Facebook

Saturday, July 29, 7pm, $12 (unclassified)

Geary Lane Studio, 360 Geary Ave., Toronto
(1 block north of Dupont, 2 west of Dufferin)

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Liaison of Independent Filmmakers of Toronto (LIFT) presents

In Reflection:
The Films of Cecilia Araneda

LIFT's current Artist-in-Residence,
in person from Winnipeg with her videos,
2002-2017, total running time: 36 minutes.
Facebook

Tuesday, July 25, 7pm, free! (unclassified)

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

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Early Monthly Segments presents its monthly screening #98

Abigail Child and Julie Murray
16mm films, 1984-1997, total: 62 minutes.
Facebook

Monday, July 24, 8pm (unclassified)
$5-10 suggested donation

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

Pleasure Dome Artists' Film Exhibition Group presents its

Annual "Open" Screening & BBQ
This year with a twist! It's not entirely open.
Exclusively work by women, non-binary and trans artists!
Bring your experimental films or videos to show, or
just come to watch! Max 10 min. 1st come, 1st shown.
35mm, 16mm, 8mm and super 8 film!
plus VHS, DVD, Blu-Ray, Quicktime.
Shown: 13 videos, 2 super 8 films, total 55 minutes.
Facebook

Saturday, July 22, 8pm, free! (unclassified)
BBQ - 6:30pm, Sign-in time - 7:30pm

CineCycle, behind 129 Spadina Ave., Toronto

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Regional Support Network, The Loop Collective
and Pix Film Gallery present

A Gathering of Crystals
by R. Bruce Elder and Ajla Odobasic
(Canada, 2015, HD video, 139 minutes)
Introduction by Ajla Odobasic!
Outdoors! Preceded by a BBQ - 7:30pm!
BYOB. RSVP: rsntoronto at gmail dot com
Facebook

Friday, July 21, sunset, free! (unclassified)

Madi Piller’s backyard,
140 Three Valleys Drive, Don Mills, Toronto
(east of Don Mills Rd., between Lawrence and York Mills)

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Liaison of Independent Filmmakers of Toronto (LIFT) presents

Annual LIFT Round-Up
New videos by LIFT members Matias Bo, Ali Saeedi,
Stephen Broomer, Romeo Dontae Tresean Biggz Pierre,
Jaene F. Castrillon, Courtney Bruneau, Jonathan Balazs,
Sam Larson, Martin Edralin, Sally Walker, Joachim Tingle,
Adam Roy Cohoon, clementine morrigan, mel monoceros,
J. L. Whitecrow, Sandy McLennan, Heba Diab, Hanan Nanaa,
Sarah Lazakani, Serene Husni, Nicola Di Capua, Weibin Wang.
Total running time: 89 minutes. Facebook

Thursday, July 20, 6:30pm, $10 (unclassified)

Bloor Hot Docs Cinema, 506 Bloor St. W., Toronto

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Vector Game Art & New Media Festival (July 13-16) presents

Execute! From Scene to Screen
Short movies screened from executable files, not video,
by Jan “Ršrršola” Kadlec, Cory Arcangel & Paper Rad,
SHAPE, Strobe/TiTAN, Stewart Smith, Hack’n’Trade,
Spaceballs, Peter Burr & Mark Fingerhut & Forma.
1992-2017. Total running time: 56 minutes.
Curated by Vector co-founder Clint Enns.
jFacebook

Friday, July 14, 9pm, $15 (unclassified)

Artscape Youngplace, 180 Shaw St., 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 Mystery of the
Million Dollar Hockey Puck

(Jean LaFleur & Peter Svatek, Canada, 1975, 83 minutes)
Facebook event

Friday, July 14, 9:30pm, $10 (classified))

CineCycle, behind 129 Spadina Ave., Toronto

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

Film Projector Restoration Day
Bring your 16mm, 8mm or super 8 film projectors
for free assessment, repair, cleaning, restoration by
specialists Christine Lucy Latimer and Karl Reinsalu.
Facebook

Saturday, July 8, 12pm-4pm, free!

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

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14 EVENTS LAST JUNE IN TORONTO!

The Revue Cinema presents

Eric's 35mm
Double Bill Birthday Bash!

Programming Director Eric Veillette's birthday!
with two of his favourite films, both on 35mm!
Night of The Comet (Thom Eberhardt, USA, 1984, 95 min.),
then Isle of the Dead (Mark Robson, USA, 1945, 72 min.),
preceded by 1980s horror movie trailers reel! Facebook

Friday, June 30, 9:30pm, $6 (classified)

The Revue Cinema, 400 Roncesvalles Ave., Toronto

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Wavelengths presents

The Clouds at the Cracks of the Earth:
In Memory, Philippe Cote

Super 8 films on digital, and a 16mm film,
2003-2015, total running time 70 minutes, by
French artist Philippe Cote (1965-2016).

Thursday, June 29, 9pm, free! (classified)

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

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Early Monthly Segments presents its monthly screening #97

Prisoners of Conscience
(Anand Patwardhan, India, 1978, 16mm, 45 minutes)
plus a short 1976 video by Chandrashekhar Nair.
Guest Programmed by Shai Heredia. Facebook

Tuesday, June 27, 8pm (unclassified)
$5-10 suggested donation

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

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Ad Hoc film screening collective presents

Reflections in Energy
16mm films, 1948-1965, by American
artist Jim Davis (1901-1974).
Total running time: 62 minutes.
Facebook

Friday, June 23, 7pm, free! (unclassified)

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

Pleasure Dome presents

This Landscape Tells Stories
Videos, 2009-2016, by Caroline Monnet,
and recent videos by Sky Hopinka.
Total time: 69 min. Facebook

Thursday, June 22, 8pm, $8 (unclassified)

CineCycle, behind 129 Spadina Ave., Toronto

^^^

Frameline
Interviews & commentary about movies, with
hosts Barbara Goslawski and Matthew Price.
June 22: With guest Courtney Small, we discuss
Errol Morris' new The B Side and his body of work.

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

listen online at Radio Regent

The re:assemblage collective presents

Journeys Through
Recent videos by Pham Ngoc Lan,
David Darmadi, and Francois Knoetze.
Total run time: 62 min. English subtitles.
Facebook

Wednesday, June 21, 7:30pm (unclassified)
pwyc / $5-10 suggested donation

YYZ Artists' Outlet, Suite 140, 401 Richmond St. W., Toronto

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Liaison of Independent Filmmakers of Toronto (LIFT) presents

Cherry Ripe:
Videos and 16mm Films by Cherry Kino
LIFT's current Artist-in-Residence
in person from Yorkshire, England!
Facebook

Tuesday, June 20, 7pm, free! (unclassified)

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

The Revue Cinema presents its "Silent Revue" series.

The Wind
(Victor Sjöström, USA, 1928, 16mm, 95 minutes)
Live piano accompaniment by Marilyn Lerner!
In the silent-era Revue Cinema, opened in 1912!
Silent Revue curated by Alicia Fletcher. Facebook

Sunday, June 18, 4:15pm, $15 (classified)

The Revue Cinema, 400 Roncesvalles Ave., Toronto

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Toronto Queer Film Festival (June 14-17)
and Pleasure Dome present

Queer Geographies,
Resistant Histories

New videos by Akosua Adoma Owusu,
Damian Sainz, and Vincent Chevalier.
Total running time: 59 min. Facebook

Friday, June 16, 9pm, $pwyc (unclassified)

United Steelworkers Hall, 25 Cecil St., Toronto
(1 block south of College St., 2 east of Spadina)

The 17th aluCine Latin Film & Media Arts Festival (June 7-11, 2017),
the8fest Small-Gauge Film Festival (Jan 27-29, 2017),
and Pleasure Dome present

Closing Gala - Hidden Presences:
Films by Willie Varela Retrospective

Willie Varela in person from El Paso, Texas!

with his 16mm films and videos, 1974-2002.
Total running time: 72 minutes. Facebook

Sunday, June 11, 8pm, $15 (adults only, by law)

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

Experimental Classics from
The Cinematic Cesspool
16mm films
, 1965-1986, by George Kuchar,
Joyce Wieland, Ed Ackerman & Greg Zbitnew,
Willie Dunn, and Don Shebib, and super 8 films,
2014 & 1996, by Leslie Supnet and John Porter.
Total: 98 minutes. Guest curated by Clint Enns.
Leslie Supnet, John Porter, Clint Enns in person!
Facebook event

Friday, June 9, 9:30pm (unclassified)

CineCycle, behind 129 Spadina Ave., Toronto

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super8porter.ca 12th Anniversary

June 6, 2005 - June 6, 2017

Pleasure Dome presents

Portraits by Kika Nicolela
in person from Brussels and São Paulo!
with her videos, 2005-2016. Facebook

Saturday, June 3, 8pm, $8 (unclassified)

CineCycle, behind 129 Spadina Ave., Toronto

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16 EVENTS LAST MAY IN TORONTO!

Inside Out LGBT Film Festival (May 25 - June 4) and the
Canadian Filmmakers Distribution Centre (CFMDC) present

CFMDC 50:
Local Heroes Retrospective

16mm films, 1994-2004, by Michelle Mohabeer, Keith Cole,
Janine Fung, Wrik Mead, Robert Kennedy, Allyson Mitchell,
then videos, 2000-2012, by Steen Starr, Daniel McIntyre,
Michèle Pearson Clarke, Roy Mitchell, Rémy Huberdeau.
Total run time: 72 min. Most of the artists in person!
Facebook

Sunday, May 28, 7pm, free! (adults only, by law)

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

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The Revue Cinema presents its "Silent Revue" series.

The Cheat
(Cecil B. DeMille, USA, 1915, 16mm, 60 min.)
Live piano accompaniment by Jeff Rapsis!
In the silent-era Revue Cinema, opened in 1912!
Silent Revue curated by Alicia Fletcher. Facebook

Sunday, May 28, 4:15pm, $15 (classified)

The Revue Cinema, 400 Roncesvalles Ave., Toronto

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The Photographic Historical Society of Canada (PHSC) presents

The Big One!
43rd Spring Photographica Fair

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

Sunday, May 28, 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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Rendezvous with Madness and Doors Open Toronto present

Tunnel Vision at CAMH
Art installations in CAMH's rarely-seen tunnels! Video
& 16mm film screenings - 4 different programs!
in the old gymnasium, with guest filmmakers!

Saturday & Sunday, May 27 & 28
10am, 12pm, 2pm, 4pm

Free! All ages! (unclassified)

Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH),
Community Centre Building, 1001 Queen St. W., Toronto
(entrance on Lower Ossington, 1 block south of Queen)

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The Film Studies Association of Canada (FSAC) Annual Conference
and the Canadian Filmmakers Distribution Centre (CFMDC) present

Welcome Gathering / Screening
CFMDC 50: Where Do You Come From?
16mm films and videos, 1991-2016, by Ananya Ohri,
Katherine Asals & Iturra Fernando, Gariné Torossian,
Dawn Wilkinson, Lindsay McIntyre, Nadine Valcin,
Ann Marie Fleming, and Adam Garnet Jones.
Total: 62 min. Programmed by Aimée Mitchell.
Facebook

Friday, May 26, 8pm, free! (unclassified)
FSAC Conference Welcome Reception - 7pm

CineCycle, behind 129 Spadina Ave., Toronto

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The Liaison of Independent Filmmakers of Toronto (LIFT) presents

Filmmaking Workshops - Summer 2017
Super 8, 16mm, 35mm! Finish on film!
Limited enrolments. First come - first served.
Facebook

Registration began Tuesday, May 23, 10am

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

Frameline
Interviews and commentary about movies, with
hosts Barbara Goslawski and Matthew Price.
May 25: guest Courtney Small joins us with viewing
suggestions at Inside Out Festival (May 25 - June 4).

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

listen online at Radio Regent

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Happy 10th Anniversay!
Trash Palace Theatre

Stacey Case started weekly screenings of
16mm films from his collection in his studio
(#300, 101 Niagara St.) on May 25, 2007,
and Trash Palace now has 2 franchises -
Trash Palace Toronto (monthly at CineCycle, next is June 9) and
Trash Palace Hamilton (monthly at Doors Pub, next is June 15).

Royal Stompbox presents

Hard Core Logo
(Bruce McDonald, Canada, 1996, 35mm, 92 min.)
plus Re-Launch of Nick Craine’s graphic novel
Hard Core Logo: Portrait of a Thousand Punks.
Bruce McDonald in person! Facebook

Wednesday, May 24, 8pm, $12 (classified)
Can-Con Punk Rawk Pre-Show - 7pm

The Royal Cinema, 608 College St., Toronto

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Liaison of Independent Filmmakers of Toronto (LIFT) presents

The Rendered Earth:
Films and Artworks by Tinne Zenner
LIFT's current Artist-in-Residence Tinne Zenner
in person from Copenhagen, Denmark!

with her 16mm films and an Artist Talk.

Thursday, May 18, 7pm, free! (unclassified)

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

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(This month the MUFF Society joins) Trash Palace Theatre presenting
16mm features and shorts monthly on a Friday. Facebook group

Judy Blume / Beverly Cleary Night
Ramona the Patient (Canada, 1988) starring child Sarah Polley,
plus Otherwise Known as Sheila the Great (Lawrence Blume),
Freckle Juice, and doc Judy Blume: Children's Author, all
preceded by Chapter 5 of the 1944 Captain America serial.
Facebook event

Friday, May 12, 9:30pm, $10 (classified)

The Revue Cinema presents its "Classics Revue" series.

King Kong
(Merian C. Cooper, USA, 1933, 16mm, 100 min.)
preceded by 16mm shorts and cartoons!
in the silent-era Revue Cinema, opened in 1912!

Thursday, May 11, 6:45pm, $14 (classified)

The Revue Cinema, 400 Roncesvalles Ave., Toronto

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Wavelengths presents

Crisis, Collision, Resolve:
The Films of Richard Kerr

Richard Kerr in person from Montreal!
with his videos and a 16mm film, 1991-2016.
Total running time: 92 minutes.

Wednesday, May 10, 6:30pm, free! (classified)

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

(accompanying Richard's 35mm and 65mm film lightboxes
on exhibit in TIFF's Film Gallery on the 4th floor to June 10,
Tuesdays-Saturdays, 12pm-5pm, Thursdays 12pm-7pm)

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Niagara Custom Lab presents

Tribute to Peter Hutton (1944-2016)
Boston Fire (Peter Hutton, 1979, 16mm, silent, 8 min.)
preceded by A Roll For Peter
(2016, 16mm, silent, some dual-projection, 60 min.)
Tributes to Peter Hutton by 34 artists: Dave Rodriguez;
Jacob Burckhardt; Timoleon Wilkins; Theodore Rex King;
Audrey Turner; Mott Hupfel; George Griffin; Roddy Bogawa;
Dominic Angerame; David Gatten; Mark Street; Paul Marcus;
Amanda Katz and Josh Lewis; Peter Rose; Fern Silva & class;
Eve Heller; Lynne Sachs; Mary Beth Reed; Michael Wawzenek;
Jennifer Reeves; Eric Theise; Josephine Shokrian; Robbie Land;
Cassandra Bull; Richard Max Gavrich; Jesse Cain; Jordan Stone;
Rebecca (Marks) Leopold; G. Anthony Svatek & Zachary Nichols;
Nikolas Jaeger; Max Weinman & Jake Carl Magee; Daryl Meador.
Facebook

Friday, May 5, 7:30pm, $10 (unclassified)
includes free copy of new book Peter Hutton: Hudson River Filmmaker,
and raffle ticket for a roll of 16mm Tri-X film with processing by Niagara!

Niagara Custom Lab, 182a St. Helen's Ave., Toronto
(west of Lansdowne Ave., between Bloor and College)

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Frameline
Interviews and commentary about movies, with
hosts Barbara Goslawski and Matthew Price.
May 4: celebrate the 25th Anniversary of the
Toronto Jewish Film Festival (May 4-14).

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

listen online at Radio Regent

Early Monthly Segments presents its monthly screening #96

Finally Got the News
by Stewart Bird, Rene Lichtman, Peter Gessner
(USA, 1970, 16mm, 55 minutes) Facebook

Monday, May 1, 8pm (unclassified)
$5-10 suggested donation

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

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CONTINUED

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

44 EVENTS BEYOND TORONTO


Last Saturday in London, Ontario

Last Week in Hamilton, ON - Calgary, AB - Montréal - Sackville, NB
Earlier This Month in Baltimore, MD - Whitby, ON - Sackville, NB
Windsor, ON - Montréal - Vancouver, BC - Brookline, MA
Last Month in Durham, ON - Dublin, Ireland - Hamilton, ON
Calgary, Alberta -
Ottawa, ON - Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
Perth, Australia - Lima, Peru - Montréal, QC - Regina, SK
Last June in Dublin, Ireland - Montréal, QC - Hamilton, ON
Calgary - A Coruña, Spain - Brooklyn. NY - Baltimore, MD
Last May in Hamilton, ON - Calgary - Montréal - Santander, Spain

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LAST SATURDAY IN LONDON, ON!

London Ontario Media Arts Association (LOMAA) presents

Passing Through / Torn Formations
16mm films, 1988-1992, total 56 minutes, by
Philip Hoffman and Milada Kovacova
in person from Toronto!

Saturday, August 19, 7pm (unclassified)
admission by donation, $3-5 suggested

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

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2 EVENTS LAST THURSDAY IN CALGARY!


8PM LAST THURSDAY

6PM LAST THURSDAY IN CALGARY!

The Camera Store presents its first-ever

Analog Swap & Sale Night
Used analog film equipment, supplies, books,
being sold by more than 12 private vendors.
Looking for movie stuff? Ask the vendors if
they have some they didn't bring today.
Facebook

Thursday, August 17, 6pm-8pm

outdoors in the parking lot of
The Camera Store, 802 11th Ave. SW, Calgary, Alberta

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8PM LAST THURSDAY 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 Cameron Macgowan of NUTV,
the U. of Calgary’s campus TV station.
Facebook

Thursday, August 17, 8pm, $ by donation

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

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LAST THURSDAY IN HAMILTON, ON!

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

Hell Up In Harlem
(Larry Cohen, USA, 1973, 94 minutes)
Hot popcorn, tacos, merch for sale!
Facebook event

Thursday, August 17, 9:30pm, $6 (unclassified)

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

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LAST WEDNESDAY & THURSDAY
IN MONTREAL, QUEBEC!

Visions presents

The World Viewed
Chris Kennedy in person from Toronto!
with his 16mm films, 2004-2017.
Total running time: 58 minutes.
Facebook

Wednesday, August 16, 8pm, $7

THEN

Dialogues with Kren and Farocki
Images of the World and the Inscription of War
(Harun Farocki, 1988, digital, 77 minutes) and
31/75: Asyl (Kurt Kren, 1975, 16mm, 9 min.).
Programmed by Chris Kennedy, in person!

Thursday, August 17, 8pm, $7

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

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LAST WEDNESDAY IN
SACKVILLE, NEW BRUNSWICK!

Faucet Media Arts Centre & Struts Gallery present

Book Launch & Screening:
Barbara Sternberg

in person from Toronto! with her new
book and three 16mm films, 1990-2014,
total 42 minutes, followed by a Q&A
moderated by Jessica Thalmann.

Wednesday, August 16, 7pm, free!

Struts Gallery, 7 Lorne St., Sackville, New Brunswick

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EARLIER THIS MONTH IN BALTIMORE!

Sight Unseen and Center for Visual Music present

Seeing Sound:
Mary Ellen Bute Retrospective
All 14 of her abstract 16mm films, 1934-1953,
shown in chronological order on 16mm, except
one shown on digital. Total run time: 80 min.
Facebook

Tuesday, August 8, 7:30pm, $10

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

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EARLIER THIS MONTH
IN WHITBY, ONTARIO!

Terry Lagler Filmshows presents

9th Annual Backyard Theater
Program TBA, including super 8 and 16mm films!
Free popcorn! Giveaways! BYOB and lawn chair.
Facebook

Sunday, August 6, 7pm-11pm, free!
showtime at dusk

178 Harbourside Dr., Whitby, Ontario

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EARLIER THIS MONTH IN
SACKVILLE, NEW BRUNSWICK!

"SHOOT & SHOW" SUPER 8 SCREENINGS RECOMMENDS

Faucet Media Arts Centre & Struts Gallery present

18th Annual Super 8 Hotel Film Festival
Premieres of new super 8 films by local artists!
Ali Louwagie, Todd Fraser, Ilse Kramer, Rena Thomas,
Linda Rae Dornan, Rebecca Blankert, Rachel Thornton,
Savannah Harris, Jeff Mann, Evan Furness, and Ryan Suter.
The artists took a super 8 filmmaking workshop last month,
then each had 3 days to shoot a 1-roll film, edited-in-camera,
which were then all processed in time for tonight's screening!
Artists in person! Snacks and refreshments! Facebook

Thursday, August 3, 9pm, free! all ages!

Sackville Curling Club,
22 Lansdowne St., Sackville, New Brunswick
(Enter through the garage door at the back.)

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EARLIER THIS MONTH
IN WINDSOR, ONTARIO!

House of Toast presents

22nd Media City Film Festival
International Experimental Film and Video Art.
16mm, 35mm, super 8, video, performance!
Facebook

August 2-5, 2017
$pwyc, suggested $5, Pass $40

(adults only, by law)

Capitol Theatre, 121 University Ave. W., Windsor, Ontario

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EARLIER THIS MONTH IN MONTREAL!

la lumière and Henning Frederik Malz present

Moving Images from Cologne, Germany
Recent videos by alumni of the Academy of Media Arts,
presented by the curator of these 2 different programs!
Henning Frederik Malz, in person from Toronto!
Facebook

Eau De Cologne
Henning Frederik Malz, Johannes Post & Julian Scherer,
Stefan Ramirez Perez, Miriam Gossing & Lina Sieckmann,
Robert Olawuyi, Lukas Marxt, David Jansen, Linda Franke,
Ale Bachlechner, Daniel Burkhardt, and Bastian Hoffmann.
Total running time: 84 minutes.
Wednesday, August 2, 8pm, $7

A Life Like This
Julia Weissenberg, Simon Rittmeier, Lena Ditte Nissen,
Gonzalo Rodriguez, and Benjamin Ramirez Perez.
Total running time: 73 minutes.
Thursday, August 3, 8pm, $7

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

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EARLIER THIS MONTH
IN VANCOUVER, BC!

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

The Hart of London
(Jack Chambers, Canada, 1970, 16mm, 79 min.)

Wednesday, August 2, 7:30pm, free!
plus $3 membership
(adults only, by law)

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

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EARLIER THIS MONTH IN
BROOKLINE, MASSACHUSETTS!

Balagan Films and Crows & Sparrows present

Light Spells: Films by Sandy Ding
in person from Beijing, China! with his
16mm films, 2007-2016, and a 2014 video.
Total running time: 80 minutes. Facebook

Tuesday, August 1, 8pm, $12.25

Coolidge Corner Theatre, 290 Harvard St., Brookline, Massachusetts

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LAST MONTH IN DURHAM, ONTARIO!

The Grey Zone Collective presents

13th Fabulous Festival of Fringe Film
Video screenings, installations, performances
in various venues, including outdoors!
Programmers and some artists in person!
Facebook

July 22-30, 2017

Durham, Ontario

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LAST MONTH IN DUBLIN, IRELAND!

aemi Projections and IMMA present

Out of Body
Videos and 16mm films, 1943-2010, by
Maya Deren, Paul Sharits, Mairéad McClean,
John Smith, Jordan Baseman, Susan MacWilliam.
Curated and intro by Susan MacWilliam, in person!
Total running time: 65 minutes.

Tuesday, July 25, 6:30pm, €11

Cinema 3, The Irish Film Institute,
6 Eustace Street, Temple Bar, Dublin, Ireland

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LAST MONTH IN HAMILTON, ONT!

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

The Force On Thunder Mountain
(Peter B. Good, USA, 1978, 93 minutes)
Hot popcorn, merch for sale!
Facebook event

Thursday, July 20, 9:30pm, $6 (unclassified)

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

^^^

2 EVENTS 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 Sachin Gandhi, a programmer
at the Calgary Cinematheque and the
Calgary International Film Festival.
Facebook

Thursday, July 20, 8pm, $ by donation

CSIF, #100, 1725 - 10 Avenue SW, Calgary, Alberta

^^^

The Calgary Society of Filmmakers of Toronto (CSIF) presents

"48 Hour Film Frenzy" Screening
16mm films made this day and yesterday!
by teams shooting, hand-processing and
editing black & white reversal film, and
creating digital soundtracks.

Sunday, July 9, 7pm, free!

CommunityWise Resource Centre,
#103 - 223 12 Ave. SW, Calgary, Alberta

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2 EVENTS LAST MONTH
IN SASKATCHEWAN!


LAST MONTH IN REGINA

LAST MONTH IN SASKATOON!

"SHOOT & SHOW" SUPER 8 SCREENINGS RECOMMENDS

PAVED Arts presents

The 5th Saskatoon
One Take Super 8 Event

Premieres of 25 new films shot & shown on super 8!
by 27 Saskatoon filmmakers, Julie Oh, Devin McAdam,
Peter Stinson, Jesse Doig, Chris Fischer, Shawn Cuthand,
Jane Revae McWhirter & Eva McWhirter, Kevin Wesaquate,
David Lariviere, Kaley Evans, Kolby Kostyniuk, Tanjalee Kuhl,
Bryanna Papp, Kenton Doupe, Wendy Sharpe, Adeel Salman,
Chris Smith, Elsa Gebremichael, Emily Kohlert, Janice Weber,
Mason Neufeld, Josie Nuszdorfer, Lenore Maier, Chris Lavier,
Gavin Baird, Travis Cole & Brianna Whitmore, and Tyler Baptist,
using one 3-minute roll of film each, without any ‘second takes’,
and the filmmakers do not see their film before the screening!
Filmmakers in attendance! Facebook

Tuesday, July 18, 7pm, free!

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

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LAST MONTH IN REGINA, SASK!

"SHOOT & SHOW" SUPER 8 SCREENINGS RECOMMENDS

One Take Super 8 Event and
Saskatchewan Filmpool Cooperative present

The 15th Original
One Take Super 8 Event

Premiering 22 new films shot & shown on super 8!
by 27 Regina-area artists, William Bessai-Saul,
Jade Duckett, Sandra Staples-Jetko, Jeremy Davis,
Ian Campbell, Amber Phelps Bondaroff & Jeff Meldrum,
Ken Wilson & Christine Ramsay, Kyath Battie, Mike Rollo,
Brian Ganong & Mark Bologna, Dianne Ouellette, Eric Hill,
Gerald Saul, Nelson Mitchell, Ryan Hill, Wanda Schmockel,
Matt Ripplinger, Peter Brass, Andy Goodson & Sean Hootz,
Mitch Doll, Jay Sotkowy, Jeffrey Altwasser, and Jori Cachene,
using one 3-minute roll of film each, without any ‘second takes’,
and the filmmakers do not view their film before the screening!
Filmmakers in attendance! Facebook

Thursday, July 13, 7pm, free!

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

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LAST MONTH IN PERTH, AUSTRALIA!

Revelation 20 - Perth International Film Festival (July 6-19),
and Edith Cowan University, present

11th Annual Revel-8 Super 8 Competition
16 new super 8 films by Australian artists!
Each shot on 1 roll of silent film, edited in-camera,
now premiering tonight, projected on digital, with
each artist seeing their own movie for the first time!
Original soundtracks by Australian composers!
Prizes awarded, including Audience Choice Award!
Facebook group | Facebook event

Sunday, July 16, 9pm, $20 (adults only)

Luna Cinema Leederville, 155 Oxford St.,
North Perth
, Western Australia, 6906

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LAST MONTH IN OTTAWA, ONTARIO!

The Windows Collective and National Arts Centre present

Windows Collective at Scene-O-Rama
5 new 16mm and 35mm film loop installations!
by Windows Collective members Dave Johnson,
Pixie Cram, Paul Gordon, and Roger D. Wilson,
all in attendance!

Friday, July 14, 9pm, free! (unclassified)

Canal Foyer, 1 Elgin Street, Ottawa, Ontario

^^^

4 EVENTS LAST MONTH IN MONTREAL!

Visions and la lumière present

A Selection of Works by Clint Enns
in person from Toronto! with his videos, 2007-2014,
total running time: 38 minutes, plus a recent
Performance Lecture (30 minutes).
Facebook

Wednesday, July 12, 8pm, $7

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

THEN

Visions and la lumière present

If You're Seeing This It's Too Late
Moving Images from Toronto (and Beyond)
Recent videos by Serena Lee, Brian Random, Madi Piller,
Christina Battle, Christine Negus, Henning Frederik Malz,
Katrina Orlowski, Brian Kent Gotro, Benjamin Edelberg.
Programmed by Clint Enns, in person from Toronto!
Total running time: 62 minutes.

Thursday, July 13, 8pm, $7

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

^^^

Visions and Available Light Collective
present 2 different programs by

Brett Kashmere
in person from Pittsburgh!
with his videos, From Deep (2013, 88 min.) and
Cleaning the Glass
(2016, 11 min.). Facebook
Thursday, July 6, 8pm, $7

Deep Play:
Sport and Experimental Media

16mm films, and videos, 1964-1986, by Will Hindle,
Nathaniel Dorsky, Robert Breer, Nam June Paik,
Lillian Schwartz, Takashi Ito, Yvonne Rainer.
Curated by Brett Kashmere, in person!
Friday, July 7, 8pm, $7

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

^^^

LAST MONTH IN LIMA, PERU!

7th annual Festival de Cine Lima Independiente
(June 29 - July 5) presents

Madi Piller Retrospective
Videos, 2003-2016, shot on super 8, 16mm, 35mm film,
by Madi Piller, in person from Toronto, Canada!
in a visit to her home town! She'll also teach a
workshop, talk about her creative processes,
and be on the International Competition jury.
Facebook

Saturday, July 1, 7pm + Tuesday, July 4, 9pm

Room Armando Robles Godoy, Ministry of Culture,
Av. Javier Prado Este 2465, San Borja, Lima, Peru

^^^

LAST JUNE IN DUBLIN, IRELAND!

aemi Projections presents

Films by
Peggy Ahwesh & Julie Murray

in person! with their videos and 16mm films,
1985-2017. Total running time: 126 minutes.
Followed by a conversation with them both
at Temple Bar Gallery + Studios.

Saturday, June 17, 1pm, €9.50

The Irish Film Institute,
6 Eustace Street, Temple Bar, Dublin, Ireland

^^^

LAST JUNE IN MONTREAL!

The Range Finder presents a new event!

Mile End Pop-Up Camera Show
Used photographic equipment sale.
Antique & usable, film & digital, still & cine.

Saturday, June 17, 9:30am - 2:30pm, free!

St. Michael’s Church, 105 rue St. Viateur O., Montréal, Québec

^^^

LAST JUNE IN HAMILTON, ONT!

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

Laserblast
(Michael Rae, USA, 1978, 80 minutes)
Facebook event

Thursday, June 15, 9:30pm, $6 (unclassified)

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

^^^

LAST JUNE IN CALGARY, ALBERTA!

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 Camera Store's Jordan Drake.
Facebook

Thursday, June 15, 8pm, $ by donation

CSIF, #100, 1725 - 10 Avenue SW, Calgary, Alberta

^^^

LAST JUNE IN A CORUÑA, SPAIN!

8th 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 31 - June 4, 2017, A Coruña, Spain

INCLUDING

36 Love Letters to Super 8
being published in a zine-book for the 8th annual festival, by
Janis Christal Lipzin, Jem Cohen, John Porter, Jorge Honik,
Eugeni Bonet, George Kuchar, Guy Sherwin, Helga Fanderl,
Ángel Rueda, Albert Alcoz, Azucena Losana, Bruce McClure,
Cécile Fontaine, Chris Kennedy, Claudio Caldini, David Domingo,
Bill Brand, Joseph Bernard, Klonaris / Thomadaki, Luther Price,
Marcos Bertoni, Martha Colburn, Nicky Hamlyn, Oriol Sánchez,
Pablo Mazzolo, Pere Ginard, Priscyla Bettim y Renato Coelho,
Rei Hayama, Saul Levine, Stephen Broomer, Teo Hernández,
Pablo Marín, Teruo Koike, the8fest Toronto, Vivienne Dick,
and an homage to Ann Charlotte Robertson by Gloria Vilches.

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LAST JUNE IN BROOKLYN, NY!

Mono No Aware presents

Screening Premiere Party
The premiere of 30 new 16mm and super 8 films!
made by participants of Mono No Aware's
March workshops. Facebook

Friday, June 2, 7pm, free!

Center for Performance Research (CPR),
361 Manhattan Ave., Brooklyn, New York

^^^

LAST JUNE IN BALTIMORE, MD!

Sight Unseen presents

Toward The Concrete:
Films by Mike Stoltz
in person from Los Angeles!
with his recent 16mm films, and
a video. Total run time: 48 min.
Facebook

Friday, June 2, 7:30pm, $10

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

Secret Psychic Cinema presents
Mike Stoltz's "Scotch Tape Cinema & Sound" workshop
Saturday, June 3, 11am - 4pm, $40

The Centre Theatre, 10 E. North Ave., Baltimore

^^^

LAST MAY IN CALGARY, ALBERTA!

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 CSIF's new Programming and
Communciations Director, Raeesa Farooqi.
Facebook

Thursday, May 18, 8pm, $ by donation

CSIF, #100, 1725 - 10 Avenue SW, Calgary, Alberta

^^^

3 EVENTS LAST MAY
IN HAMILTON, ONTARIO!

Factory Media Centre and the Workers Arts & Heritage Centre
present 150 Seconds of Ontario Film Festival - Part Two

Labour and Love
Videos, 1971-2013, by Joyce Wieland,
Richard Fung, Lesley Loksi Chan, Edie Steiner,
Casey Mecija. Total running time: 80 minutes.
Guest artist talk by Edie Steiner in person!
Curated by Tara Bursey. Facebook

Thursday, May 18, 7pm, free! (unclassified)

Workers Arts & Heritage Centre 51 Stuart St., Hamilton, Ontario

^^^

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

Steel Town
(Wolf Koenig & Rex Tasker, Canada, 1967, 55 min.)
Weird Hamilton documentary. Facebook event

Thursday, May 18, 9:30pm, $6 (unclassified)

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

^^^

Factory Media Centre presents

Art Crawl screening of
neige noire by Carl Brown

(Carl Brown & John Kamevaar, Canada, 2003, 64 min.)
2 screenings of a 16mm dual-projection film!
during Hamilton's monthly James St. North "Art Crawl".
Curated by Josephine Massarella. Projected by Stacey Case.
Facebook

Friday, May 12, 7pm & 9pm, free! (unclassified)

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

^^^

2 EVENTS LAST MAY IN MONTREAL!

Visions, Double Negative Collective, HORS CHAMP,
et la Cinémathèque québécoise présente

A Roll For Peter
(2016, 16mm, silent, 60 minutes, some dual-projection)
Tributes to Peter Hutton by 34 artists: Dave Rodriguez;
Jacob Burckhardt; Timoleon Wilkins; Theodore Rex King;
Audrey Turner; Mott Hupfel; George Griffin; Roddy Bogawa;
Dominic Angerame; David Gatten; Mark Street; Paul Marcus;
Amanda Katz and Josh Lewis; Peter Rose; Fern Silva & class;
Eve Heller; Lynne Sachs; Mary Beth Reed; Michael Wawzenek;
Jennifer Reeves; Eric Theise; Josephine Shokrian; Robbie Land;
Cassandra Bull; Richard Max Gavrich; Jesse Cain; Jordan Stone;
Rebecca (Marks) Leopold; G. Anthony Svatek & Zachary Nichols;
Nikolas Jaeger; Max Weinman & Jake Carl Magee; Daryl Meador.

Thursday, May 11, 8pm, $7

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

^^^

Visions, Double Negative Collective, HORS CHAMP,
et la Cinémathèque québécoise présente

Peter Hutton Films
Silent, 16mm films, USA, 1979-1997.
Total running time: 71 minutes.
Facebook

Monday, May 8, 9pm, $7

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

^^^

LAST MAY IN SANTANDER, SPAIN!

Cineinfinito presents

Cineinfinito #15:
Josephine Massarella

16mm films,1984-1990, projected on digital,
by artist living in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada.
Total running time: 37 minutes. Facebook

Saturday, May 6, 5pm

Cine Club Filmoteca de Cantabria,
Calle Bonifaz, 6, Santander, Spain

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