Tuesday, January 18, 2011
They will also host a free Super8 filmmaking workshop on the afternoon of Saturday, January 29. Preregistration is required, however.
The 8 fest is North America's only festival devoted to all forms of small-gauge film, including Super 8, 8mm, 9.5 and loops, shown in their original formats. The 8 fest showcases the 70+ year history of small gauge film—from contemporary artists' work in the form, to its wider cultural use in home movies, instructional loops and beyond.
the 8 fest 2010 – 4th ANNUAL FESTIVAL
SAVE THE DATES – Friday, January 28 to Sunday, January 30
More information, please visit http://www.the8fest.com
Download the full catalogue here.
Friday, January 28
7pm Go East, Young West, Go East! FIlms from Calgary! Curated by Melanie Wilmink (in person!)
9pm ZINGER: Tales from The Funnel: Volume 2 (documents of the last millennium) Films by Keith Lock, Dot Tuer, Adam Swica, Ric Amis, Paulette Phillips + Geoffrey Shea.
11pm Bageroooo, fore! Part 1 a survey of recent small gauge films by folks including Pixie Cram, Rick Bahto, Alexandre Larose, Pablo Marin, Tom Mitchell, Paul Julien Tanti, Takehiro Nakamura, Charlotte Wolf, Bill Baldewicz, Mie Kurihara, Karen Johannesen, Tara Nelson, Jason Halprin, and Lina Rodriguez.
Saturday, January 29
1-5pm Introduction to 8mm Filmmaking - free! workshop led by John Kneller (preregistration required, email: firstname.lastname@example.org)
7pm Personal Cinema, films by Vivienne Dick, Barbara Hammer, Martha Davis, Marjorie Keller and Janis Crystal Lipzin
9pm Within Mirrors: Paul Clipson + Chandan Narayan - live performance!!
11pm Chapter and Perverse: Linda Feesey's Fuckhead Film Cycle
Sunday, January 30
4pm Matinee: John Porter's Toy Catalogue!
7pm A History of Toronto in 8 Millimetres presented by the Home Movie History Project
9pm Bageroooo, fore! Part 2 survey of recent films by:
Dagie Brundert, Rob Cruickshank, Kieran Heilbron, Nathan Cyprys, Maria Kubysh, Frank D Biesendorfer, Tara Nelson and Caitlind Brown.
*Augmenting the selection of recent work are three commissioned films by Laura Cowell and Kelly O'Brien (founders of Splice This!, Toronto's first Super 8 film festival) and Ken Fraser/Roy Mitchell (F2M). The show ends with a live narration by New York City filmmaker Stephanie Gray.
All screenings at:
Trash Palace, 89-B Niagara Street (Just west of Bathurst)
Tickets $5 per event/$25 festival pass (*Festival pass only available at the door!)
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