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Canadian experimental films & videos of the 1990s

Canadian experimental films & videos of the 1990s

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Published by Mount Saint Vincent University Art Gallery in Halifax, N.S .
Written in English

  • Experimental films -- Canada -- Exhibitions

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    Other titlesCanadian experimental films and videos of the nineteen-nineties, Changing times, times changes :
    StatementGerda Johanna Cammaer, guest curator.
    ContributionsCammaer, Gerda, Mount Saint Vincent University. Art Gallery
    The Physical Object
    Pagination35 p. :
    Number of Pages35
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19900128M
    ISBN 10189451811X

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Canadian experimental films & videos of the s. Halifax, N.S.: Mount Saint Vincent University Art Gallery ; Montréal: Distributed by ABC Art Books Canada, © (OCoLC) This is a list of Canadian films which were released in Title Director Cast Genre Notes Angel Square: Anne Wheeler: Ned Beatty, Nicola Cavendish.

This is a list of films produced in Canada ordered by year and date of release. At present, films predating are directly listed here; from on, links are provided to standalone lists by year. The s have been a quiet decade in Canadian experimental film, as financial and social changes have made independent experimental filmmaking increasingly difficult.

Arts funding has been severely curtailed Canadian experimental films & videos of the 1990s book well as politicized, generally to the disadvantage of avant-garde filmmakers. Experimental Film is a contemporary ghost story in which former Canadian film history teacher Lois Cairns-jobless and depressed in the wake of her son's autism diagnosis-accidentally discovers the existence of lost early 20th century Ontario filmmaker Mrs.

Macalla Whitcomb/5(84). Experimental Film is a contemporary ghost story in which former Canadian film history teacher Lois Cairns-jobless and depressed in the wake of her son's autism diagnosis-accidentally discovers the existence of lost early 20th century Ontario filmmaker Mrs. Macalla Whitcomb/5.

Sign in to like videos, comment, and subscribe. Sign in. Watch Queue Queue. Experimental film, experimental cinema or avant-garde cinema is a mode of filmmaking that rigorously re-evaluates cinematic conventions and explores non-narrative forms and alternatives to traditional narratives or methods of working.

Many experimental films, particularly early ones, relate to arts in other disciplines: painting, dance, literature and poetry, or arise from research and. SYNOPTIQUE: A journal of Film and Film Studies.A discussion of the treatment of time and space in 90s experimental cinema.

A discussion of globalization and its relationship to televisual media sets the stage for an analysis of the ways experimental cinema uses dead time and visual plasticity to challenge the concept of a window on the word and a hysteria for the present.

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The world of experimental or avant-garde (vanguard) cinema has a history just as rich as narrative film (it could be said that the two run on parallel tracks). While usually associated with European filmmakers, America has its own rich tradition of avant-garde and experimental filmmakers.

Very loosely defined as any film that doesn't use narrative cinematic technique to achieve its goals, the. A milestone study in gender politics, Kim Longinotto’s and Ziba Mir-Hosseini’s film follows a series of Iranian couples through the legal arrangements at the end of their respective marriages.

Unfolding inside a Tehran court, where we hear that girls can get married at nine years old, Divorce Iranian Style champions a distinct subject-camera reliance, climaxing with the women’s. Known to some as “avant-garde” and to others as “underground”, there is a distinct genre of film known as “experimental” that exists solely to further and explore the process of filmmaking.

Usually made by artists who operate outside of the commercial mainstream, experimental films are usually made cheaply with very low budgets. They frequently contain non-linear approaches to. 's biggest song in Canada was Phil Collins' "I Wish It Would Rain Down". As far as Canadian hits go, Laurence Jalbert's "Tomber" was the biggest Franco hit and Alias' "More Than Words Can Say" the most successful Anglo hit.

Below is a list of all Canadian Franco hits that finished in. The interest in using documentary footage unconventionally informs Canadian experimental film from Circle (Jack Chambers, –), which consists of shots of four seconds taken each day for a year from the same camera position, to Moosejaw (Rick Hancox, ), which is a documentary of the filmmaker's prairie hometown in Saskatchewan and a.

The first English-language Canadian film to play at Cannes, Winter Kept Us Warm, taking its name from the T.S. Eliot poem The Wasteland, is a touching, ultra low-budget drama about the close friendship between Peter, an effete young freshman (Henry Tarvainen) and Doug, a laddish senior (John Labow), which develops when the two are studying at the University of Toronto.

The Canadian Book Review. A Free-Form Review of Literature from the Great White North Fiction | Tagged: s, Black Canadian, Canada Reads, fiction, sci-fi. The Love of a Good Woman by Alice Munro.

By A There are at least 3 stories in this collection that could easily be made into great films. The Love of a Good Woman has earned a. 80 Obscure Films show list info. Foreign, animated, horror and all out strange films most people haven't heard of 4, users 58, views made by Begita.

avg. score: 12 of 80 (15%) required scores: 1, 3, 7, 12, 19 list stats leaders vote Vote print comments. type. Canadian Literary Awards s. Winners of Canadian literary awards in the s. indicates a review is available for that book Derek Finkle – No Claim to Mercy Novel Nora Kelly – Old Wounds. BC Book Prizes Dorothy Livesay Poetry Prize David Zieroth – How I Joined Humanity At Last Ethel Wilson Fiction Prize Canadian Books.

This essay focuses on films by the British experimental filmmakers Guy Sherwin, Malcolm Le Grice, William Raban and John Smith, who began working in the s and had affiliations with the London Filmmakers’ Co-operative (LFMC). Their contemporary practices continue to engage with debates centred on issues concerning materiality, alternative structures to narrative, light, time and [ ]Author: Patti Gaal-Holmes.

The short films i have seen and rated. Refine See titles to watch instantly, Book (3) Christmas (3) Dancing (3) Experimental Film (3) Figure (3) Mother Son Relationship (3) A Chinese-Canadian woman suffering from empty nest syndrome gets a second shot at motherhood when one of her handmade dumplings comes alive.

Rhymes for Young Ghouls is Jeff Barnaby’s debut feature and one of Jesse Wente's top indigenous films of all time. It "brings the anger to indigenous cinema, a clarion call for both the. The Canadian Book Review.

A Free-Form Review of Literature from the Great White North and countless others. Most notably Ondaatje’s The English Patient was the first Canadian book awarded the Man Booker Prize. This book was later adapted into the Oscar Winning film of the same name. s s s s s s s s.

20 I'm A Cyborg, But That's OK () Park Chan-wook, director of popular Korean films such as Lady Vengeance and Oldboy, went in a very different and less dark direction for the film I'm A Cyborg, But That's OK. This romantic comedy follows the story of Young-Goon, a young woman who is convinced that she is a cyborg.

She is admitted by Author: Em Casalena. Read more about this on Questia. Canada (kăn´ədə), independent nation ( est. pop. 35,), 3, sq mi (9, sq km), N North occupies all of North America N of the United States (and E of Alaska) except for Greenland and the French islands of St.

Pierre and Miquelon. This got me to thinking about other films based on Canadian books and how successful they are or aren't and why those books have been picked.

I watched Rare Birds a couple of months ago and thought it was a pretty good adaptation of the book. William Hurt wasn't very good but our Canadian actor/comedian Andy Jones was wonderful. The '80s were full of some bananas advances in technology, and an experimental atmosphere in the industry at the time, the decade.

Ranking the 25 live-action comic book movies of the ’90s A look at the good, the bad, and leather-costumed By Vern Mar 6,pm EST. FILM CATALOGUE. Search the Winnipeg Film Group's Film Catalogue for independent Canadian films dating back to (Title, Director, Genre, Keywords, Tags, Experimental, Narrative-Fiction | 4/09/ Picture Day is the worst.

Sari needs to escape. But as a young girl. The 90 Best Movies of the s. By the Best 90 Movies of the s added up to over films—not to mention everyone else’s exhaustive picks.

of our editors and film critics on the. The s were a magical decade for pop culture. The OJ Simpson trial, gangster rap and “Friends” dominated water cooler conversations, while the Internet was just beginning to grab the attention of the world.

While all of this was happening, incredible movies were being released nearly every weekend. Advances in computer-generated imagery. Below is a list of some Canadian Films released in the 's. Take a look and find out which movies you've watched. The Canadian Experimental Scene as it looks to this filmmaker from Toronto.

Experimental filmmaking proliferated in Canada in the 70's. (In the 60's, Joyce Wieland, Michael Snow in Toronto via New York, Jack Chambers in London and David Rimmer in Vancouver worked variously within a visionary, structural, materialist matrix.) Today, all types of practice co-exist, with certain developments.

Canadian Films. For the sesquicentennial edition of National Canadian Film Day, REEL CANADA created this list of “ Canadian Films” to help our partners begin their journey of cinematic discovery. This is not a “best ever” list and is by no means definitive.

The Timothy Leary Archive covers forty years of lectures, TV guest appearances, performance art, talk shows, and experimental films from Timothy's personal archives.

News report of the start of this collection in February Canada and Canadians in Feature Films: A Filmography, Canadian Film Project. Canadian Film Project, University of Guelph, - Canada - pages.

0 Reviews. From inside the book. What people are saying - Write a review. We haven't found any reviews in the usual places. Source: The Canadian Film EncyclopediaEncouraged by the Department of Trade and Commerce, the federal — government by order-in-council in September — established the Exhibits and Publicity Bureau, which was renamed the Canadian Government Motion Picture Bureau on April 1, It was the first national film production unit in the world designed to centralize all government film work.

The 30 best animated short films ever made Richler’s short story—unfolds as a quiet study of death in a close-knit Canadian Jewish community.

episode of his “13 Experimental Films. The s was a golden age for music videos. After the experimental ’80s and before YouTube glut of the new century, music videos in the ’90s provided an outlet for groundbreaking directors to Author: Ross Bonaime.

Though not as provocative as Blier's earlier films, the classic husband-wife-mistress triangle goes beyond the farce, laced with sombre-edged Author: Guardian Staff.

The term Postmodern is quite an oxymoron. It talks about a period which transcends the present. Notions of time, space, reality and existence are all skewed. This ideology became a part of various art forms. We all live in a world where the concept of time and space has become extremely complicated and disorienting because the way technology.The Thomas Fisher Rare Book Library is a library in the University of Toronto, constituting the largest repository of publicly accessible rare books and manuscripts in Canada.

Among the collection's items are the Nuremberg Chronicle (), Shakespeare's First Folio (), Newton's Principia.