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Super 8 Filmmaker John Porter, Toronto, Canada

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documenting the alternative film scene since 2005,
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44 RECENT EVENTS 12/8/21

19 EVENTS IN TORONTO 25 EVENTS BEYOND TORONTO
Beginning Today, Online from Toronto
Continuing Today & Last 78 Days, Online from Toronto
Last Week in Toronto - Kitchener Waterloo, Ontario
Last Month in Toronto - Brussels, Belgium - London, ON
Ottawa, ON - Los Angeles - Moncton, NB - Montréal, QC
Last October in Toronto - Brooklyn, NY - Brussels, Belgium
London, ON - Montréal - Victoria, BC - Johnson City, NY
Peterborough, ON - San Francisco - Winnipeg, Manitoba
Regina
& Saskatoon, SK - Hamilton, ON - Vancouver, BC
Global Super 8 Day October 9 postponed.

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19 EVENTS IN TORONTO


1 EVENT CONTINUING TODAY & LAST 78 DAYS
1 EVENT ONLY LAST FRIDAY 1 EVENT ONLY LAST TUESDAY
5 EVENTS EARLIER LAST MONTH 10 EVENTS LAST OCTOBER

BEGINNING TODAY,
ONLINE FROM TORONTO!

Pleasure Dome Artists' Film Exhibition Group presents

Decontamination
Recent digital videos by Benna G. Maris,
Alison Nguyen, Pierre Villemin, Florine Mougel,
and Pamela Falkenberg & Jack Cochran.
Curated by PD board director Zoltan Huber.
Total running time: 45 minutes. Facebook

Online December 8-15 (unclassified)
2 days / $pwyc

Closing Q&A Wednesday, December 15, 7pm
with the artists, moderated by Jillian Vasko, on Zoom.

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CONTINUING TODAY & LAST 78 DAYS
ONLINE FROM TORONTO!

The Liaison of Independent Filmmakers of Toronto (LIFT) presents

Fall Online Film, Video &
Interactive Art Workshops

8mm, 16mm, 35mm! Analog & digital video.
Limited enrolments. First come - first served.

Registration began Tuesday, September 21

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

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2 EVENTS LAST WEEK,
IN OR FROM TORONTO!


TUESDAY LAST WEEK

ONLY LAST FRIDAY NIGHT,
PHYSICALLY IN TORONTO!

The U. of T. Cinema Studies Student Union (CINSSU) presents
Free Friday Films - weekly repertory movies.

Raining in the Mountain
(King Hu, Taiwan / Hong Kong, 1979, video, 115 min.)
New restoration! Facebook

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

Innis Town Hall, 2 Sussex Ave., Toronto

U of T students only, limited seating,
COVID guidelines, TCard and UCheck verification.
Reservations (Limited number of walk-in seats.)

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LAUNCHED TUESDAY LAST WEEK,
ONLINE FROM TORONTO!

Canadian Filmmakers Distribution Centre (CFMDC) presents
the launch of Goose Lane Editions (New Brunswick) book

Moments of Perception
Experimental Film in Canada

An illustrated history and guide book
Paperback, 6.5” x 9”, 352 pages, $29.95.
Edited by Jim Shedden & Barbara Sternberg,
with a major historical essay by Mike Zryd, and
125 profiles of key filmmakers by Stephen Broomer,
Jim Shedden and Barbara Sternberg.
Video Trailer | Facebook

Online Launch with a video presentation
and discussions among the four authors and
Canadian Brett Kashmere, Executive Director
of Canyon Cinema in San Francisco.
Tuesday, November 30, 6pm EST, free!
Register on Eventbrite.

SOLD OUT! Recorded event available
December 1-7 on CFMDC.tv.

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5 EVENTS EARLIER LAST MONTH,
IN TORONTO!

The U. of T. Cinema Studies Student Union (CINSSU) presents
Free Friday Films - weekly repertory movies.

Hyenas
(Djibril Diop Mambéty, Senegal, 1992, video, 113 min.)
With a special introduction by Kass Banning!
Facebook

Friday, November 19, 7pm, free! (classified)

Innis Town Hall, 2 Sussex Ave., Toronto

U of T students only, limited seating,
COVID guidelines, TCard and UCheck verification.
Reservations (Limited number of walk-in seats.)

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Pleasure Dome Artists' Film Exhibition Group
and Archive/Counter-Archive present

Moving Homeward
Recent videos by Han Pham, Jessica Fuquay,
Federica Foglia, Elian Mikkola, Nataliya Ilchuk.
Total: 56 minutes. Curated by PD board directors
Sylvia Nowak & Ana Luisa Bernardez. Facebook

Online November 10-17 (unclassified)
2 days / $pwyc

Closing Q&A Wednesday, November 17, 7pm
with artists in attendance, moderated by Leila Almawy.

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Porter Performs
Toronto artist John Porter with 5 of his live super 8
film performances
(1981-2016, total 16 minutes)
for a scene in a short documentary about him
by some Ryerson University film students.
Shootout with Rebecca (1983, 3:20)
Revolving Restaurant (1981, 3:20)
Animal in Motion (1980, 2:00)
Scanning 1 (1981, 3:20)
Scanning 8 (2016, 3:20)
Facebook

Wednesday, November 10, 8pm, $10 / $5

CineCycle, behind 129 Spadina Ave., Toronto

LIMITED CAPACITY. Advance commitment,
mask-wearing & proof of vaccine required.
Pay cash at door, or early on Eventbrite.

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Rendezvous with Madness Festival with Workman Arts,
Pleasure Dome Artists' Film Exhibition Group, and the
National Film Board of Canada (NFB/ONF) present

What Everyone Gets
Recent videos by Philippa Ndisi-Herrmann,
Mostafa Salehi Nezhad, Robin McKenna,
April Lin, ariella tai, Duke & Battersby.
Curated by Pleasure Dome board directors
Shahbaz Khayambashi and Clare Samuel.
Total running time: 95 minutes. Facebook

Online October 28 - November 7 (unclassified)
2 days / $pwyc

Q&A Thursday, November 4, 5pm-6:30pm
with the artists, moderated by Lee Henderson.

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The U. of T. Cinema Studies Student Union (CINSSU) presents
Free Friday Films - weekly repertory movies.

Flowers of Shanghai
(Hou Hsiao-Hsien, Taiwan, 1998, video, 130 min.)
Facebook

Friday, November 5, 7pm, free! (classified)

Innis Town Hall, 2 Sussex Ave., Toronto

U of T students only, limited seating,
COVID guidelines, TCard and UCheck verification.
Reservations (Limited number of walk-in seats.)

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10 EVENTS LAST OCTOBER
IN TORONTO!

The U. of T. Cinema Studies Student Union (CINSSU) presents
Free Friday Films - weekly repertory movies.

Over the Garden Wall
(Katie Krentz & Patrick McHale, USA, 2014,
video, 120 minutes) Facebook

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

Innis Town Hall, 2 Sussex Ave., Toronto

U of T students only, limited seating,
COVID guidelines, TCard and UCheck verification.
Reservations (Limited number of walk-in seats.)

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The U. of T. Cinema Studies Student Union (CINSSU) presents
Free Friday Films - weekly repertory movies.

Double-Feature
with intro by Prof. Lauren M. Cramer
Facebook

Matilda (Danny DeVito, USA, 1996, video, 98 min.)
Carrie (Brian De Palma, USA, 1976, video, 98 min.)

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

Innis Town Hall, 2 Sussex Ave., Toronto

U of T students only, limited seating,
COVID guidelines, TCard and UCheck verification.
Reservations (Limited number of walk-in seats.)

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Home Movie History Project presents an outdoor screening

19th International Home Movie Day
Show your home movies, or come just to watch others'!
Confirmed - 1950s Los Angeles, a parade in Hamilton,
Model-Ts in Ontario, Weeki Wachee 'mermaid' show.
Only 16mm, 8mm and super 8 film. Facebook

Sunday, October 17, 7pm, free! (unclassified)
Social distancing protocols will be followed.

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

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The U. of T. Cinema Studies Student Union (CINSSU)
and the U. of T. Student Chapter of the
Association of Moving Image Archivists (AMIA) present
Free Friday Films - weekly repertory movies.

Dawson City: Frozen Time
(Bill Morrison, USA, 2016, video, 120 min.)
Introduction by Christina Stewart, a film and
media archivist at U. of T.'s Media Commons.
Facebook

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

Innis Town Hall, 2 Sussex Ave., Toronto

U of T students only, limited seating,
COVID guidelines, TCard and UCheck verification.
Reservations (Limited number of walk-in seats.)

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The Independent Imaging Retreat (Film Farm) and
Canadian Filmmakers Distribution Centre (CFMDC) present

Everything I touch I change
New hand-made artisanal 16mm films on digital,
by The Odeimin Runners Club - a Canadian
collective of Ogimaakwe women artists:
Adrian Kahgee, Rebeka Tabobonung,
and Debbie Ebanks Schlums.
Total 18 minutes. Facebook

Online September 14 - October 12, free!
(unclassified)

on CFMDC.tv. Register in advance.

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The U. of T. Cinema Studies Student Union (CINSSU) presents
Free Friday Films - weekly repertory movies.

House
(Nobuhiko Obayashi, Japan, 1977, video, 88 min.)
Introduction by Erin Nunoda. Facebook

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

Innis Town Hall, 2 Sussex Ave., Toronto

U of T students only, limited seating,
COVID guidelines, TCard and UCheck verification.
Reservations (Limited number of walk-in seats.)

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

Projection in Projection Sauce
Bruno Delgado Ramo in person from Spain with
his recent super 8 films and live performance!
LIFT's current Artist-in-Residence.
Total running time: 100 minutes.

Thursday, October 7, 7pm, free! (unclassified)
COVID distancing, masks, vaccine proof required.

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

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Pleasure Dome Artists' Film Exhibition Group presents its

Annual General
Meeting & Election

Only 45 minutes long - minimum discussion,
all items to be prior-approved by the board.
Violating our by-laws, the board will not allow
non-members to be proxies at this meeting.
Be a member by Sept. 26 in order to vote.

Online Wednesday, October 6, 6pm "EST"?

Zoom Video Conference from Toronto

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The Photographic Historical Society of Canada (PHSC) presents its

Outdoor Fall Camera Fair
Used photo equipment sale - antique & usable,
film & digital, still & cine. Facebook

Saturday, October 2, 10am-3pm, free!
COVID-19 distancing and masks required.

Trident Hall Parking Lot, 145 Evans Ave., Etobicoke
(east of Islington, south of QEW-Gardiner Expwy).
Free parking. Washrooms on site.

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The U. of T. Cinema Studies Student Union (CINSSU) presents
Free Friday Films - weekly repertory movies.

Cats (Tom Hooper, USA, 2019, video, 110 min.)
Introduction by Professor James Cahill. Facebook

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

FREE FRIDAY FILMS' TRIUMPHANT RETURN TO

Innis Town Hall, 2 Sussex Ave., Toronto

U of T students only, limited seating, reservations required!
COVID guidelines, TCard and UCheck verification required.

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CONTINUED

Events: 2005 > 2006 > 2007 > 2008 > 2009 > 2010 > 2011 >
2012 > 2013 > 2014 > 2015 > 2016 > 2017 > 2018 > 2019 >
2020
> 2021: January-September /\ Upcoming

25 EVENTS BEYOND TORONTO


Last Thursday, Online from Kitchener Waterloo, Ontario
Last Sunday, Physically in Brussels, Belgium
Last Month in London, Ontario - Ottawa, ON - Los Angeles
Moncton, New Brunswick - Montréal, Québec
Last October in Brooklyn, New York - Brussels, Belgium
London, ON - Montréal - Victoria, BC - Johnson City, NY
Peterborough, ON - San Francisco - Winnipeg, Manitoba
Regina
& Saskatoon, SK - Hamilton, ON - Vancouver, BC
Global Super 8 Day October 9 postponed.

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LAST THURSDAY, ONLINE FROM
KITCHENER WATERLOO, ONT!

Kitchener Waterloo Art Gallery and
Robert McLaughlin Gallery (Oshawa) present

Inner Sight Outer Vision
Short videos, 1965-2020, 50 min., by Andres Baron,
Joyce Wieland, Thirza Cuthand, Mona Varichon,
Beatriz Munoz, Rosalind Nashashibi, Joe Jones.
Programming, intro, and Q&A by Toronto artist
Annie Macdonell in conjunction with her exhibition
The Beyond Within
at Kitchener Waterloo Art Gallery,
October 8, 2021 - January 28, 2022. Facebook

Thursday, December 2, 7pm EST, free!

Online on Zoom from Kitchener Waterloo, Ontario

Register in advance.

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LAST MONTH, PHYSICALLY
IN BRUSSELS, BELGIUM!

The Center for Digital Cultures and Technology (iMAL)
and Cinema Parenthèse #29 and #30 present

Ernie Gehr and Tony Conrad
Leading American artists in 1970s structural film.
Introductions by Daniel A. Swarthnas
of Cinema Parenthèse.

#29 - Ernie Gehr, 7pm CEST
16mm films, 1968-1991, 89 min. Facebook

#30 - Tony Conrad, 9pm CEST
16mm films, 1966-1975, 72 min. Facebook

Sunday, November 28
One screening 4€/6€; both 8€. (cash only)

iMAL, Quai des Charbonnages 30, Koolmijnenkaai,
1080 Molenbeek-Saint-Jean, Brussels, Belgium

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2 EVENTS LAST MONTH, ONLINE
FROM LONDON, ONTARIO!

London Ontario Media Arts Association (LOMAA)
presents the 7th event in it's Queer Frontiers series.

Rex vs Singh
Experimental documentary by Toronto artists
Ali Kazimi, John Greyson and Richard Fung.
(Canada, 2009, digital video, 30 minutes)
Facebook

Videos on Vimeo November 21-28

Discussion Sunday, November 28, 1pm
with the artists and the curator Aaditya Aggarwal,
writer and film curator in Toronto and New Delhi.
Pre-registration required on Eventbrite.

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London Ontario Media Arts Association (LOMAA) and
Pleasure Dome Artists' Film Exhibition Group present
the 6th event in LOMAA's Queer Frontiers series.

Steve Reinke
The Canadian artist based in Chicago, with
3 of his videos, 2014-2016, 72 minutes.
Facebook

Videos on Vimeo November 7-14

Artist Talk Sunday, November 14, 3pm
Pre-registration required on Eventbrite.

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LAST MONTH, PHYSICALLY
IN OTTAWA, ONTARIO!

Ottawa's new film collective Lightproof,
presents it's first public screening!

At First Light
An evening of new experimental films
on super 8, 16mm and 35mm by members of
Lightproof and Halifax’s Handmade Film Collective,
Pixie Cram, Bridget Farr, Paul Gordon, Dawn George,
Greg Boa, Rena Thomas, Todd Fraser, Herb Theriault,
Matthieu Hallé, Dave Johnson, Penny McCann, Cooper.
Total 90 minutes, followed by short Q&A with the artists.
Facebook

Sunday, November 21, 7:30pm, $5

Club SAW, 67 Nicholas St., Ottawa, Ontario
Cash bar available.

Limited capacity! Register in advance, then
arrive early with masks, proof of vaccine, I.D.

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LAST MONTH,
ONLINE FROM LOS ANGELES!

Echo Park Film Center presents its monthly Talk series
of analog "Film Friends", Season 2: "Simple Machines"

Jodie Mack
A Talk with the experimental animator
about animation stations and her
handmade 16mm films.

Saturday, November 20, 10am PST, free!
Online on Zoom!
Limited capacity. Register early.

from Echo Park Film Center,
1200 N. Alvarado St., Los Angeles, California

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LAST MONTH, PHYSICALLY IN
MONCTON, NEW BRUNSWICK!

"SHOOT & SHOW" SUPER 8 SCREENINGS RECOMMENDS

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

35e Festival international du cinéma francophone en Acadie (FicfA),
Galerie Sans Nom et Film Zone présente

Acadie Underground 25
New super 8 films made for this screening by local artists!
Liz McGraw, Phil Mercier, Line Woods & Nicolas Després,
Myriam Vaudry, André Melanson, Blake Morin, JD Cool,
and Marc-André Hebert & Émilie Chamberlain. Plus
some films from previous Acadie Undergrounds.
New films shot last month, in one day, edited in-camera,
on one roll, then processed and premiered on super 8,
silent, or with recorded sound or live performance.
Followed by voting for the "Crowd Favorite" Prize,
then a party with DJ Jerry (The Jedi of Funk).
Facebook

Friday, November 12, 8:30pm

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

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LAST MONTH,
PHYSICALLY IN MONTREAL!

Visions and la lumière present
Visions' return to physical screenings!

Jodie Mack:
Hoarders Without Borders

Jodie Mack in person from USA!
with 4 of her 16mm films, 2010-2018.
Total running time: 77 minutes.

Friday, November 5, 7pm & 9pm, $10

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

Limited capacity. Registration and vaccine required.

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LAST OCTOBER, PHYSICALLY
IN BRUSSELS, BELGIUM!

The Center for Digital Cultures and Technology (iMAL)
and Cinema Parenthèse #28 present

Helga Fanderl: Constellations
German artist with some of her 1,000 super 8 films
(1992-2020, silent, b&w, blown up to 16mm),
projecting them herself from the audience.
Total running time: 60 minutes, plus her
introduction and Q&A. Facebook

Sunday, October 31, 7pm CEST, 4€/6€ (cash only)

iMAL, Quai des Charbonnages 30, Koolmijnenkaai,
1080 Molenbeek-Saint-Jean, Brussels, Belgium

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2 EVENTS LAST OCTOBER,
PHYSICALLY IN BROOKLYN, NY

Light Industry presents

Island of Lost Souls
(Erle C. Kenton, USA, 1932, 16mm, 70 minutes)
preceded by Evil of Dracula
(Martha Colburn, USA, 1997, 16mm, 2 minutes).

Sunday, October 31, 7pm, $8 (free if costumed)
Limited seating. Doors at 6:30pm.

Light Industry, 155 Freeman St., Brooklyn, New York

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UnionDocs presents

The Screening is the Event:
Cinema as Performance

Multi-projector film performance by Roger Beebe.

Thursday, October 14, 8pm

PLUS

3-Day Workshop
with Roger Beebe, Chloé Galibert-Laîné,
Zia Anger, Diana Arce, Jeanne Liotta,
Jesse Malmed and Kristin Reeves.
October 15-17

UnionDocs, 322 Union Ave., Brooklyn, New York

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2 EVENTS LAST OCTOBER,
PHYSICALLY IN LONDON, ON!

McIntosh Gallery and FRAMES Film Series present

Greg Curnoe: Working on Film
16mm films, 1967-1981, by London, Ontario artists
Greg Curnoe (1936-1992), Jack Chambers, and
Lockwood Films, plus a rare film of Curnoe's
Nihilist Spasm Band, and his home movies.
Total running time: 80 minutes.
In conjunction with TAP's current Curnoe
exhibition (September 30 - November 6).

Thursday, October 28, 7pm, free!
Saturday, October 30, 2pm, free!

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

Limited capacity. Advance registration required.

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Short 16mm Films
Collected & projected by Sebastian Di Trolio.

Weather permitting
Thursday, October 7, 8pm-10pm, free!

Outdoors at Dundas Place,
Dundas & Clarence, London, Ontario
Seating is available, but dress warm.

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LAST OCTOBER, PHYSICALLY
IN MONTREAL, QUEBEC!

La lumière collective and Double Negative present

IN SITU:
Erin Weisgerber & Richard Kerr

Local artists in person! with their videos & 16mm films,
2014-2021, total 75 min. Plus Jerusalem in my Heart,
and a musical performance by Jeremy Young.
Facebook

Tuesday, October 26, 7pm, $10
Mandatory pre-registration for the limited seating.
Public Health rules, vaccine passports, photo I.D..

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

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2 EVENTS LAST OCTOBER
IN & FROM VICTORIA, BC!

24th Antimatter Media Art Festival
International Media Art and Experimental Cinema.
Video, 16mm, 35mm, super 8. Facebook

October 14-24, in person & online!

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

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"SHOOT & SHOW" SUPER 8 SCREENINGS RECOMMENDS

CineVic Society of Independent Filmmakers presents

The 2nd Vancouver Island
One Take Super 8 Event

Premieres of 22 new films shot & shown on super 8
by Victoria and region filmmakers, in person!
Cat Lewis, Sonya Chwyl, Eli Hirtle, Bowen Macy, Elvie Simons,
Greg Goldberg, Megan Switzer, Rachel Evans, Jessica Beach,
Tyson Laidler, Ella Privet, Jen Yakamovich, Nathan Dunsmoor,
Michelle Frey, Alex Skorochid, Octavian Kaul, Michael Korican,
Kemi Craig, Suzanne Moreau, Ian Sebelius, Jerry & Alena Kott,
using one 3-minute roll of film each, without any ‘second takes’,
and the filmmakers do not see their film before the screening!
An annual event in Regina, SK since 2000. Facebook

In-person & on YouTube, Saturday, October 23, 7pm, $5
Advance tickets. Limited capacity for both in-person & online.
Required: proof of vaccine, I.D., masks, remaining seated.

Alix Goolden Performance Hall,
907 Pandora Ave., Victoria, British Columbia
(enter through Music Conservatory, 900 Johnson St.)

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LAST OCTOBER, PHYSICALLY
IN JOHNSON CITY, NEW YORK!

9th Transient Visions
Festival of the Moving Image
Screenings, installations, performances! Facebook

Friday & Saturday, October 22 & 23, free!
Masks required.

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

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LAST OCTOBER, ONLINE FROM
PETERBOROUGH, ONTARIO!

Canadian Images in Conversation presents

Mining (And Manipulating)
The Home Movie

Canadian experimental films and videos, 1994-2011,
using personal, found and orphaned home movies, by
Eva Kolcze & Philip Hoffman, Amanda Dawn Christie,
Freda Guttman, Louise Bourque, Lindsay McIntyre,
Christina Battle, John Kneller, and Sara Angelucci.
Total running time: 84 minutes. Facebook

Online October 16-23, free!

PLUS

Panel Discussion
with the artists
Saturday, October 16, 7pm, free!

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LAST OCTOBER IN SAN FRANCISCO!

San Francisco Cinematheque presents

The 12th Annual Crossroads
Festival of Artist-Made Film & Video

Recent avant-garde films and videos.
Super 8, 8mm, 16mm, 35mm films!
Performances! Artists in person!

Facebook

9 programs online or physically
September 17 - October 21

from and in San Francisco, California

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LAST OCTOBER, PHYSICALLY
IN REGINA, SASKATCHEWAN!

"SHOOT & SHOW" SUPER 8 SCREENINGS RECOMMENDS

One Take Super 8 Event and
Saskatchewan Filmpool Cooperative present

The 19th Original
One Take Super 8 Event

Premiering 21 new films shot & shown on super 8
by Regina-area artists, in person!
Amber Phelps Bondaroff, Geremy Lague & Jim Lague,
Sandra Staples Jetko, Jane Mccreight & Keaton Fader,
William Oberon Bessai-Saul, Jaye Kovach & Cat Haines,
Hagere Selam "shimby" Zegeye-Gebrehiwot, Cyril Chen,
Dianne Ouellette, Amber Hanover & Em Ironstar, Eric Hill,
Garry Varro, Charles Umeh, Jay Sotkowy, Geoffrey Yates,
Louise Bigeagle, Esperanza Sanchez Espitia, Gerald Saul,
James Wright & Thomas Wright, Ian Campbell, Ron Jacobs.
Using one 3-minute roll of film each, with no "second takes",
no "post" cuts or splices. Edited in-camera, shown as shot.
The filmmakers do not see their film before the screening!
Facebook

Saturday, October 16, 7pm, free!
Proof of full vaccination required.

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

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LAST OCTOBER, PHYSICALLY
IN WINNIPEG, MANITOBA!

16th WNDX
Festival of Moving Image

Recent experimental 16mm and 35mm film,
video, installations, performances. Facebook
October 6-10, 2021
Winnipeg Cinematheque, 100 Arthur St., Winnipeg, Manitoba

INCLUDING

The 15th
Winnipeg One Take Super 8 Event

31 new super 8 films made for this screening by local artists!
Allison Stevens, Amanda Kindzierski & Dylan Baillie,
Bendrix & Baillie, Camryn Montebruno, Charlene Moore,
Taylor Brown & Nate Flaman & Laina Brown, Tyrone Deise,
Jack Sullivan, Jared Adams, Joshua Banman, Karen Emoto,
Abby Falvo, Andrew Wall, katnancy, Lar Simms, Wasif Haseeb,
Elena Sturk-Lussier, Emilie Allard, Glodi Bahati, hera, Ian Bawa,
Lee Ladell & Cierra Bettens & Adelle Rawluk & Annabelle Leger,
Omar Lucman, ryan ad, Sarah Simpson-Yellowquill, Skye Callow,
Louis Gandier, Luke Whitmore, Luther Alexander, Madelyn Gowler,
and the Womxn’s Film & Video Network: Johanna Reimer-Henteleff &
Reisha Hancox & Alexandra Enns & Sara Bulloch & Lasha Mowchun.
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.

Wednesday, October 6, 7pm, $10 or pwyc
Masks and proof of vaccination required.

Centre culturel franco-manitobain (CCFM),
340 Provencher Blvd., Winnipeg, Manitoba

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POSTPONED!

Global Super 8 Day 2021
Celebrating 56th anniversary of super 8 film!
Events in many cities. Postponed from October 2020.

POSTPONED
October 9, 2021 to October 11, 2025

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LAST OCTOBER PHYSICALLY IN
SASKATOON, SASKATCHEWAN!

"SHOOT & SHOW" SUPER 8 SCREENINGS RECOMMENDS

PAVED Arts and The Roxy Theatre present

The 8th Saskatoon
One Take Super 8 Event

Premieres of 27 new films shot & shown on super 8!
by Saskatoon filmmakers, in person!
Ania Slusarczyk, Spencer Martin, Shawn Cuthand,
Victoria Becker, Rachel Broussard, Derek Sandbeck,
Kevin Wesaquate, Brianna Whitmore, Shakey Wilson,
Steve Bates, jake moore, Tomilola Ojo, Alex Rogalski,
Laura Lee Giesbrecht, John Harper, Lindsay Herman,
Travis Cole, Will Kaufhold, Adam Logan, Lenore Maier,
Carey Shaw, Gabby Da Silva, Zoe Slusar, Riley Deacon,
Curtis Kerr, Candice Klein, Emily Kohlert & Jared Beattie,
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, October 5, 9pm, free!, all ages!
Proof of vaccine required! Limited capacity!

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

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LAST OCTOBER, ONLINE
FROM HAMILTON, ONTARIO!

imagineNATIVE Film and Media Arts Festival
and Hamilton Artists Inc. present

Survivance
Short, Indigenous videos, 2011-2021, by
Terry J. Jones, Thirza Cuthand, Rob Fatal,
JJ Neepin & Justina Neepin, Natalie King,
Lindsay McIntyre, and Justin Ducharme.
Total running time: 87 minutes.

Online September 30 - October 3, free!
(Unclassified. Suggested for 16+ years old)

Hamilton Artists Inc., 228 James St. N., Hamilton, Ontario

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LAST OCTOBER, PHYSICALLY IN
VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA!

Iris Film Collective presents

Immanent Union
(Kyle Whitehead, Canada, 2021, super 8 film, 58 minutes)
Kyle Whitehead in person from Calgary with his
live, expanded cinema, super 8 film performance!
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Outdoors! Friday, October 1, 7:30pm PDT, free!
(COVID-19 protocols - masks, distancing)

Iris Film Collective's Burrard View Park Fieldhouse,
545 N. Slocan St., Vancouver, British Columbia

PLUS KYLE'S WORKSHOP

Generative Sound for Analog Film Projection
Saturday, October 2, (location & time TBA), free!
Very limited group, first come, first served!
Sign up at irisfilmcollective@gmail.com

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