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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.

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2019: January-March
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61 RECENT EVENTS 11/21/19

36 EVENTS IN TORONTO 25 EVENTS BEYOND TORONTO
Last Week in Toronto - Moncton, New Brunswick
Ottawa, Ontario - Calgary, Alberta
Earlier This Month in Toronto - Vancouver, British Columbia
Last Month in Toronto - Vancouver, BC - Dublin, Ireland
Victoria, BC - Hamilton, Ontario - Montréal, Québec
Peterborough, ON - Edmonton, Alberta - London, ON
Clarington, ON - Calgary, Alberta - Winnipeg, Manitoba
17th International Home Movie Day - October 19 in 70 cities
Last September in Toronto - Calgary - London, ON - Ottawa, ON

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36 EVENTS IN TORONTO


2 EVENTS LAST WEEK 6 EVENTS EARLIER THIS MONTH
18 EVENTS LAST MONTH 10 EVENTS LAST SEPTEMBER

2 EVENTS LAST WEEK IN TORONTO!


LAST THURSDAY

LAST FRIDAY IN TORONTO!

Pix Film Gallery and Ad Hoc collective
present Ad Hoc's screening #24

On the Move
A touring program of recent experimental videos
from Scotland's Moving Image Makers Collective,
by Jessie Growden, Douglas McBride, Frank Brown,
Rachael Disbury, Dorothy Alexander, Jason Moyes,
Patrick Rafferty, Richard Ashrowan, Kerry Jones,
Narda Azaria Dalgleish, Jane Houston Green.
Total running time: 68 minutes. Facebook

Friday, November 15, 7pm (unclassified)
$pwyc / $5 suggested

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

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LAST THURSDAY IN TORONTO!

Ryerson University School of Image Arts presents

Modernity, Urbanity, Machine Art
An illustrated talk by R. Bruce Elder on the film
Ballet mécanique and artist Fernand Léger's
cinematic reformulation of painting, on the
occasion of Elder's retirement. Facebook

Thursday, November 14, 6:30pm, free! (unclassified)

Room 307, 122 Bond Street, Toronto
Ryerson University’s School of Image Arts building
(2 blocks east of Yonge St., 1 north of Dundas)

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6 EVENTS EARLIER THIS MONTH
IN TORONTO!

Ad Hoc Collective presents it's screening #23

Barbara Sternberg
Local artist in person with her 16mm films,
2008 & 2019, total running time: 68 min.
Plus the launch of her new book.
Facebook

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

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

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

Sunday, November 10, 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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Pleasure Dome Artists' Film Exhibition Group presents

Christine Lucy Latimer
Media Archeologist

Retrospective of 16mm and super 8 films,
VHS and Betamax videos, by Toronto artist
Christine Lucy Latimer in person!
Plus launch of a new book about her!
Total run time: 51 min. Facebook

Friday, November 8, 7:30pm, $10 / pwyc (unclassified)

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

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

Hot Rods to Hell
(John Brahm, USA, 1967, 92 minutes)
Facebook

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

CineCycle, behind 129 Spadina Ave., Toronto

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Wavelengths series presents

A Very Personal Story:
The Video Art of Lisa Steele
Local artist Lisa Steele in person!
with her early videos, 1974-2017, over
3 screenings, October 29 - November 2.
Program #3: Collaborations, 1997-2017,
total running time: 71 minutes.

Saturday, November 2, 2:30pm, free! (classified)

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

Program 1 October 29, Program 2 October 30

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TIFF presents its "Breakfast at TIFF" series.

The Future of Our
Provincial Film Ratings System

A panel discussion with film industry leaders including
Lisa Thompson, Ontario Minister of Consumer Services.
Share your experiences of film classification!
Free breakfast at 9:00am! Facebook

Friday, November 1, 9:30am, $23

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

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18 EVENTS LAST MONTH
IN TORONTO!

Canadian Filmmakers Distribution Centre (CFMDC) and
EMILIA-AMALIA present their series "Holes and How to Fill Them"

Involution
Videos by Thirza Cuthand, Helen Benigson,
Hanna Black, Leigh Bowery, Catherine Elwes,
Edward Owens, Corin Sworn, Leslie Thornton.
Thirza Cuthand and the curators in person!
Total running time: 64 minutes. Facebook

Wednesday, October 30, 7pm, free! (unclassified)

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

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Wavelengths series presents

A Very Personal Story:
The Video Art of Lisa Steele

Local artist Lisa Steele in person!
with her early videos, 1974-2017, over
3 screenings, October 29 - November 2.
Programme #2: Some Call It Bad Luck,
1978-1982, total running time: 75 min.

Wednesday, October 30, 9pm, free! (classified)

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

Program 1 October 29, Program 3 November 2

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Wavelengths series presents

A Very Personal Story:
The Video Art of Lisa Steele
Local artist Lisa Steele in person!
with her early videos, 1974-2017, over
3 screenings, October 29 - November 2.
Program #1: Soliloquies, 1974-1975,
total running time: 65 minutes.

Tuesday, October 29, 6:30pm, free! (classified)

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

Program 2 October 30, Program 3 November 2

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The Photographic Historical Society of Canada (PHSC) presents

The Big One
46th Annual Fall Photographica Fair

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

Sunday, October 27, 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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Toronto Film Review presents

Joyce Wieland Tribute
Artist on Fire: The Work of Joyce Wieland
(Kay Armatage, Canada, 1987, video, 54 min.) plus
short videos by Kay Armatage and Rebeccah Love.
Local artist and scholar Kay Armatage in person!
Facebook

Sunday, October 27, 2:30pm, free! (unclassified)

Media Commons Theatre, 3rd floor, Robarts Library,
130 St. George St., University of Toronto, Toronto

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Pix Film Gallery and Ad Hoc collective
present Ad Hoc's screening #22

The Recovery Cycle
Devon Narine-Singh in person from NYC!
with his recent videos and a work-in-progress.
Total running time: 45 minutes. Facebook

Saturday, October 26, 7pm (unclassified)
$pwyc / $5 suggested

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

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

Double Feature
Coraline
(Henry Selick, USA, 2009, digital, 100 minutes),
followed by Dogtooth
(Yorgos Lanthimos, Greece, 2009, 35mm, 97 min.).
Free Halloween treats between movies!
Facebook event

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

Innis Town Hall, 2 Sussex Ave., Toronto

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Home Movie History Project presents

17th International Home Movie Day
Show your home movies, or come just to watch.
8mm, super 8 or 16mm film (sorry, no video).
Facebook group

Sunday, October 20, 6:30pm-9pm, free!

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

The Monkey's Paw Bookshop, 1067 Bloor St. W., Toronto
(between Dovercourt Road and Dufferin Street)

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Pix Film Gallery, LIFT, Le Labo, and Ad Hoc
present Ad Hoc's screening #21

Shattering Appearances:
Films by Teo Hernández

Rarely seen 16mm and super 8 films, 1979-1987, by
influential Mexican artist Teo Hernández (1939-1993).
Total running time: 90 minutes. Curated by scholar
Andrea Enciras, in person from Mexico!
Facebook

Wednesday, October 16, 7pm (unclassified)
$pwyc / $5 suggested

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

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The Photographic Historical Society of Canada (PHSC) presents

A Super 8 Halloween with
"Mr. Super 8" Terry Lagler!

Condensed, 17-minute, super 8 versions of
1950s and 60s William Castle horror movies,
plus cartoons, all projected by Terry Lagler.
Plus t-shirts and other merch for sale, and
free popcorn and light refreshments!
Facebook

Wednesday, October 16, 8pm, free! (unclassified)

Burgundy Room, in the basement of
North York Memorial Community Hall, 5110 Yonge St.
(at the North York Centre subway station), Toronto

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

Seasonal Screening Series
Recent videos by LIFT members
Jacob Stein, Calyx Passailaigue, Shabnam Sukhdev,
Rachel Cairns & Sarah Hempinstall, Gursimran Datla.
The genre in focus this screening is narrative.
Curated by Cayley James, Justine McCloskey,
and Sally Walker-Hudecki. Facebook

Tuesday, October 15, 7:30pm, $10 (unclassified)

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

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

Witchfinder General
(Michael Reeves, UK / USA, 1968, 86 minutes)
Facebook event

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

CineCycle, behind 129 Spadina Ave., Toronto

Wavelengths series presents

Zoological Surrealism:
The Nonhuman Cinema of Jean Painlevé
Videos and a 35mm film, 1928-1978, total: 56 minutes.
Programmed and introduced by James Cahill, author
of a forthcoming book about Painlevé's films.

Tuesday, October 8, 6:45pm, free! (classified)

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

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Ad Hoc Collective and the Ryerson Image Centre
present Ad Hoc's screening #20

Lodestar:
Phil Solomon, in Memoriam

An elegy and celebration of the life and work of
Philip Solomon (1954-2019), with films by him,
David Gatten, Joshua Minor, Stan Brakhage,
1993-2016, total running time: 32 minutes.
Programmed & presented by Melinda Barlow
(Ph.D., Associate Professor of Cinema Studies
& Moving Image Arts, University of Colorado).
Facebook

Sunday, October 6, 7pm, free! (unclassified)

Innis Town Hall, 2 Sussex Ave., Toronto

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The 14th Nuit Blanche
Free all-night art installations and events!
85 varied locations, indoors & outdoors. No super 8.
Facebook

Saturday, October 5, 7pm-7am, free!

INCLUDING

CineCycle presents 'Scopitones'
Short, 1960s music films on 16mm! (unclassified)
Outdoors in the Courtyard, 401 Richmond St. W., Toronto

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The 19th aluCine Latin Film & Media Arts Festival (Oct 3-6)
and Pleasure Dome Artists' Film Exhibition Group, present

Sensory Dimensions
Recent Latin American Experimental videos by
Victoria Giesen Carvajal, Rodrigo Andres Valenzuela,
Mauricio Saenz, Khalil Charif & Marcos Bonisson,
and Eduardo Williams & Mariano Blatt.
English subtitles. Facebook

Friday, October 4, 7pm, $pwyc / $10 suggested
(adults only, by law)

CineCycle, behind 129 Spadina Ave., Toronto

FOLLOWED BY

The 19th aluCine Latin Film & Media Arts Festival (Oct 3-6) and
Canadian Filmmakers Distribution Centre (CFMDC) present

Tribute to
Latin & Canadian Experimental Film

by Sumie Garcia, Flores Silvestres & Jean-Jacques Martinod,
Alexandra Gelis, Alejandra Higuera, Francisca Duran,
Sheena Rossiter & Sandro Silva & Nadia Sussman,
Marcos Joao Serafim Neto & Jefferson Kielwagen &
Steevens Simeon, Jorge Lozano, Cecilia Araneda.
Some of the artists in person! English subtitles.
Facebook

Friday, October 4, 9pm, $10 (adults only, by law)

CineCycle, behind 129 Spadina Ave., Toronto

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Pleasure Dome Artists' Film Exhibition Group,
Centre for Ethics, University of Toronto, and
Ryerson University School of Image Arts, present

Not My Utopia
A screening of docu sci-fi videos by
Megan May Daalder & Zeesy Powers.
Event created by Megan May Daalder
and moderated by Teresa Heffernan.
Facebook

Friday, October 4, 7:30pm, free! (unclassified)

Room 307, 122 Bond Street, Toronto
Ryerson University’s School of Image Arts building
(2 blocks east of Yonge St., 1 north of Dundas)

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10 EVENTS LAST SEPTEMBER
IN TORONTO!

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

School of Rock
(Richard Linklater, USA, 2003, DCP, 109 min.)
Facebook event

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

Innis Town Hall, 2 Sussex Ave., Toronto

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

Sunday, September 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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The Revue Cinema presents

Dreamland: History of Early
Canadian Movies 1895-1939

(Donald Brittain, Canada, 1974, 16mm, 86 min.)
introduced by Revue Programming Director
Eric Veillette honouring Art House Theater Day.

Wednesday, September 18, 4pm, free! (classified)

The Revue Cinema, 400 Roncesvalles Ave., Toronto

The Hart House Film Board presents

Reel Life @ Hart House:
Screening Under the Stars
8pm - food, cash bar, plus art, music, poetry, film
and photography by local young artists.
9pm - screening short videos by Film Board alumni.
Facebook

Wednesday, September 18, 8pm-11pm
Free! All ages!
(unclassified)

Outdoors in the Quadrangle, Hart House, 7 Hart House Circle
(at end of Wellesley St. W.), University of Toronto.

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The Liaison of Independent Filmmakers of Toronto (LIFT) presents

Filmmaking Workshops - Fall 2019
Super 8, 16mm, 35mm! Finish on film!
Limited enrollments. First come - first served.

Registration began Tuesday, September 17

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

44th Toronto
International Film Festival (TIFF)

Mostly digital videos, no super 8 films.
September 5-15, $30 each (classified)
TIFF Bell Lightbox, 350 King St. W., Toronto

including it's
19th Wavelengths Series
New avant-garde digital videos.
Many international artists in person!

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

Methadone:
An American Way of Dealing

(Jim Klein & Julia Reichert, USA, 1974, 61 min., doc)
preceded by 4 vintage Classroom Anti-drug Films!
Facebook event

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

CineCycle, behind 129 Spadina Ave., Toronto

Pix Film Gallery presents

Xisela Franco in Person
from Spain with her recent videos,
total run time: 33 min. Facebook

Tuesday, September 10, 7:30pm (unclassified)
$pwyc / $5 suggested

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

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Canadian Filmmakers Distribution Centre (CFMDC) and
EMILIA-AMALIA present their series "Holes and How to Fill Them"

Walk a Mile in My Moccasins
Honey Moccasin
(Shelley Niro, Canada, 1998, digital, 47 minutes)
preceded by Positions
(Justin Ducharme, Canada, 2018, digital, 12 min.)
Curated by Adrienne Huard. Facebook

Saturday, September 7, 1pm, free! (unclassified)

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

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

Hunt for the Wilderpeople
(Taika Waititi, New Zealand, 2016, Blu-Ray, 101 min.)
Facebook event

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

Innis Town Hall, 2 Sussex Ave., Toronto

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CONTINUED

Events: 2005 > 2006 > 2007 > 2008 > 2009 > 2010 > 2011 >
2012 > 2013 > 2014 > 2015 > 2016 > 2017 > 2018 >
2019: January-March
> April-August /\ Upcoming

25 EVENTS BEYOND TORONTO


Last Week in Moncton, New Brunswick
Ottawa, Ontario - Calgary, Alberta
Earlier This Month in Vancouver, British Columbia
Last Month in Vancouver, BC - Dublin, Ireland
Victoria, BC - Hamilton, Ontario - Montréal, Québec
Peterborough, ON - Edmonton, Alberta - London, ON
Clarington, ON - Calgary, Alberta - Winnipeg, Manitoba
17th International Home Movie Day - October 19 in 70 cities
Last September in London, ON - Calgary, AB - Ottawa, ON

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LAST FRIDAY IN
MONCTON, NEW BRUNSWICK!

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

33e Festival international du cinéma francophone en Acadie (FicfA),
14-22 novembre, Galerie Sans Nom et Film Zone présente

Acadie Underground 23
11 new super 8 films made for this screening by local artists!
Emmanuelle Landry + Erik Arsenault + Louise Theriault,
Myriam Vaudry, Mélanie Landry + Michelle Blanchard,
Julie Frigault, Guillaume Lebreton + Mélanie Clériot,
Frederick Valade-England, Lisa Revil, Line Woods,
Liz McGraw, Natalie Morin, Ariane Juneau-Godin,
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" Award! Facebook

Friday, November 15, 9:30pm, $10

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

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LAST THURSDAY IN OTTAWA!

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

Christine Lucy Latimer
in person from Toronto! with a retrospective
of her films and videos, plus the launch of a
new book about her, published by the CFI.
Facebook

Thursday, November 14, 7pm, $pwyc (unclassified)

Club SAW, 67 Nicholas St., Ottawa, Ontario

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TUESDAY LAST WEEK
IN CALGARY, ALBERTA!

Monograph and Contemporary Calgary present

Tondal's Vision
(Stephen Broomer, 2018, video, 65 minutes)
Stephen Broomer in person from Toronto!
Facebook

Tuesday, November 12, 6pm, $pwyc

Contemporary Calgary, Centennial Planetarium,
701 11th Street SW, Calgary, Alberta

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EARLIER THIS MONTH IN
VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA!

Iris Film Collective, Cineworks Independent Filmmakers Society,
and the Ian Gillespie Faculty of Design + Dynamic Media, present

Tondal’s Vision
(Stephen Broomer, 2018, video, 65 minutes)
Stephen Broomer in person from Toronto!
Facebook

Saturday, November 9, 7:30pm, free!

Rennie Hall, B2160,
Emily Carr University of Art and Design,
520 East 1st Ave., Vancouver, British Columbia

PLUS
Media Hybrids
Lecture/demonstration by Stephen Broomer
Sunday, November 10, 11am-2pm, $20
Cineworks, #300, 1131 Howe St., Vancouver
(access by back alley) Facebook

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LAST MONTH IN VANCOUVER, BC!

DIM Cinema, a monthly series programmed by Michèle Smith,
and Toronto’s the Images Festival, present

Julia Feyrer: Broken Clocks
Local artist Julia Feyrer in person! with her
16mm films, and videos shot on 16mm,
2008-2018, total running time: 44 min.
Guest programmed by Steffanie Ling,
Artistic Director of the Images Festival.

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

Pacific Cinematheque, 1131 Howe St., Vancouver, BC

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LAST MONTH IN DUBLIN, IRELAND!

aemi Projections and The Irish Film Institute present

George Clark: Sites & Rites
UK artist George Clark in person!
with his 35mm films, plus videos by
Barbara McCullough, Shannon Te Ao,
Mok Chiu-Yu, Tito & Tita, Ismal Muntaha.
Total running time: 84 minutes. Facebook

Wednesday, October 30, 6:30pm, €13

The Irish Film Institute,
6 Eustace Street, Temple Bar, Dublin 2, Ireland

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LAST MONTH IN
VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA!

22nd Antimatter Media Art Festival
International Media Art and Experimental Cinema.
Video, 16mm, 35mm, super 8.
Facebook

October 16-26, 7 & 9pm (some 3pm), $pwyc

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

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3 EVENTS LAST MONTH
IN HAMILTON, ONTARIO!

Playhouse Cinema and AGH Film Festival (Oct 17-27)
present

Zephyr with John Price
16mm multi-projector film performance with live sound!
by Sylvain Chaussee and Adrian Gordon Cook.
Plus short 16mm films by John Price.
All three in person from Toronto!

Facebook

Friday, October 25, 9:15pm (unclassified)
$18 or Festival Pass

Playhouse Cinema, 177 Sherman Ave. N., Hamilton, Ontario

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The AGH Film Festival (October 17-27)
and the Art Gallery of Hamilton present

Michael Snow
Short Films in 16mm

Michael Snow in person from Toronto!
with 3 films he made in 1969, 50 years ago,
all silent, total running time: 86 minutes.
James King will read from his new book
Michael Snow: Lives and Works.
Facebook

Wednesday, October 23, 7pm, $12 (classified)

Art Gallery of Hamilton, 123 King Street W., Hamilton, Ontario

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The AGH Film Festival (October 17-27)
and the Art Gallery of Hamilton present

Reason Over Passion
(Joyce Wieland, Canada, 1969, 16mm, 84 minutes)
Facebook

Tuesday, October 22, 7pm, $12 (unclassified)

Art Gallery of Hamilton, 123 King Street W., Hamilton, Ontario

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2 EVENTS LAST MONTH
IN MONTREAL, QUEBEC!

48th Festival du nouveau cinéma
Video, 16mm & 35mm film, performance.
Artists in person!
Facebook

October 9-20, Montréal, Quebéc

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The Range Finder presents

65th Montreal Camera Show
Used photographic equipment sale. Since 1988!
Antique & usable, film & digital, still & cine.

Sunday, October 6, 9:30am-2:30pm, $7

NEW LOCATION! Marriott Hotel Montreal Airport,
7000 Place Robert-Joncas, Saint-Laurent, Québec

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OCTOBER 19 IN 70 CITIES!

17th 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 19, free!

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LAST MONTH IN
PETERBOROUGH, ONTARIO!

Trent Valley Archives' 3rd annual presentation of

17th International Home Movie Day
Show your home movies, or come just to watch.
8mm, super 8, 16mm, VHS, DVD.
Free popcorn! Facebook

Saturday, October 19, 1pm-4pm, free!

Junior Common Room, Scott House, Traill College,
Trent University, 300 London St., Peterborough, Ontario

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LAST MONTH IN
EDMONTON, ALBERTA!

English and Film Studies, The University of Alberta
and the Provincial Archives of Alberta present

17th International Home Movie Day
Open screening on 8mm, super 8, 16mm.
Film inspections with archivists.

Saturday, October 19, 12pm-4pm, free!

Provincial Archives of Alberta, 8555 Roper Rd., Edmonton, Alberta

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2 EVENTS LAST MONTH
IN LONDON, ONTARIO!

London Ontario Media Arts Association (LOMAA),
Liaison of Independent Filmmakers of Toronto (LIFT),
Pix Film Gallery, and FRAMES Film Series, present

Shattering Appearances:
Films by Teo Hernández

Rarely seen 16mm and super 8 films, 1979-1987, by
influential Mexican artist Teo Hernández (1939-1993).
Total running time: 90 minutes. Curated by scholar
Andrea Enciras, in person from Mexico!
Facebook

Friday, October 18, 7pm, $5 (unclassified)
$5 suggested donation, no one turned away.

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

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The Dept. of Visual Arts & Artlab Gallery at Western University,
and London Ontario Media Arts Association (LOMAA) present

Like a Dream that Vanishes:
Films by Barbara Sternberg

Barbara Sternberg in person from Toronto!

with her 16mm films, 1999-2014, total 58 min.,
preceded by her Artist Talk. Facebook

Friday, October 4, 6pm, $5 (unclassified)
No one turned away.

Artlab Gallery, John Labatt Visual Arts Centre,
Western University, 122 Perth Dr., London, Ontario

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LAST MONTH IN
CLARINGTON, ONTARIO!

Deadly Grounds Coffee Canada and Phantom Factory
present their monthly "Super 8 Movie Night".

Super 8 Halloween Spook Show!
Condensed, 17-minute, super 8 versions of
Hexen, Frankenstein Meets Wolfman, Man-Eater,
Bride of Frankenstein, Strait-Jacket, Duel, Dracula.
Facebook

Friday, October 18, 7pm, free! (unclassified)
Limited space. Please confirm - click on "Going".

Deadly Grounds Coffee Canada, Unit 6,
1413 Durham Highway 2, Clarington, Ontario

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LAST MONTH IN CALGARY, AB!

Monograph and Contemporary Calgary present

Under Prairie Skies
The Short Films of Mike Rollo

Mike Rollo in person from Regina! with his videos
shot on super 8, 16mm and 35mm, 2008-2017.
Total running time: 55 minutes. Facebook

Thursday, October 17, 6pm, $pwyc

Contemporary Calgary, Centennial Planetarium,
701 11th Street SW, Calgary, Alberta

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LAST MONTH IN WINNIPEG, MB!

The 14th WNDX Festival of Moving Image
Recent experimental 16mm and 35mm film,
video, installations, performances. Facebook
October 2-6, 2019
Winnipeg Cinematheque, 100 Arthur St., Winnipeg, Manitoba

INCLUDING

The 14th
Winnipeg One Take Super 8 Event

34 new super 8 films made for this screening by local artists!
Aniko Kere, Rachel Beaulieu, Allison Stevens & Sara Bulloch,
Corinne Kennedy, Cristina Olkrs, Allison Stevens, Ian Bawa,
Colby Richardson, Elise Dawson, Lizzy Burt, Robyn Adams,
tiff bartel, Wasif Haseeb & Omar Lucman, Gabriel Delorme,
Dione C. Haynes, Alyssa Bornn, Meganelizabeth Diamond,
Ryan Simmons, Sarah Simpson-Yellowquill, Sheen Chan,
Susan Aydan Abbott, Karen Asher & Sarah Ann Johnson,
Olly King, Charlene Moore, Zorya Arrow & Melody Titus,
Amanda Kindzierski, Sara Bulloch & Derek McMechan,
Kristiane Church & Marie-France Hollier, Lewis Casey,
Damien Ferland, Delf timschal Gravert & Ian Johnson,
Rodney Bodner, Matheu Plouffe, Megan Benedictson.
Each film edited in-camera on 1 reel of super 8, then shown as shot,
the artists not seeing them first. Annual event in Regina since 2000.
Co-presented by Winnipeg Film Group and WNDX.

Sunday, October 6, 7pm, $10

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

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2 EVENTS LAST SEPTEMBER
IN LONDON, ONTARIO!

TAP Centre for Creativity presents

Films About Canadian Artists
TAP resident and film collector Sebastian Di Trolio
screens 16mm films about Canadian artists.
Part of TAP's Upstairs/Downstairs exhibition.
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Friday, September 27, 2pm + 4pm + 6pm, free!

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

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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.
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Sunday, September 15, 10am-3pm, $5 / kids free

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

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LAST SEPTEMBER IN CALGARY!

Monograph presents the Canadian premiere! of

Untitled #1 (sun vision)
(Barbara Sternberg, 2019, Canada, 16mm, 43 minutes)
preceded by
Sternberg’s Colour Theory (2014, 16mm, 4 minutes).
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Sunday, September 15, 8pm, $pwyc

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

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LAST SEPTEMBER IN OTTAWA!

The Independent Filmmakers Co-operative of Ottawa (IFCO) presents

2019 DOGME Screening
Annual 16mm Filmmaking Production Challenge
premiering 10 new 16mm films!
made for this screening by local artists.
Each film shot in 24 hours, with no post-production!
Filmmakers in person! who along with the audience
will be viewing their own films for the very first time!
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Friday, September 13, 8pm, free! (unclassified)

Headquarters, #113, 115 Clarence St., Ottawa, Ontario

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