THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 19 at 8 PM
Toronto-based filmmaker Leslie Supnet brings us this small sampling of experimental works from Hollywood North. Unlike films made in the Hollywood studio system, the selection of works in this program are made by filmmakers who tell personal stories by digging into the archives of lost or forgotten material and memories. Moreover, these works offer a glimpse into the formal and personal obsessions of those living in Toronto, Ontario. This program will screen 9 films by Toronto artists including: Home/Land, (2012, 16mm, 6:20 min) by Zoë Heyn-Jones; By the Time We Got To Expo (2015, 16mm HD Transfer, 9:06 min) by Phil Hoffman & Eva Kolcze; Second Sun (2014,Super 8, sound, 3 min) by Leslie Supnet; Untitled (2015, VHS,10 min) by Brian Random; El Barrio (1998, 16mm, 10 min) by Marcos Arriaga; Summer Song (2014, Super 8, sound. 6 min) by Clint Enns; Film: Rope (2013, DV, 13:30 min) by Francesco Gagliardi; Still Feeling Blue About Colour Separation (2014 Super 8, 3 min) by Christine Lucy Latimer and Scrapbook, (2015, HDV, 18 min) by Mike Hoolboom. CURATOR/FILMMAKER IN ATTENDANCE!