Totalitarian vision, feelings of entrapment, and class disparity
Felicia Glatz chronicles the nomadic history, imagination, and recent transformation of Calgary's longest running film festival—from three rolls of sound film to the celluloid renaissance.
Özgün Eylül İşcen,
co-edited by Lauren Marsden,
and Lindsay Sorell
Co-presented with DECOY MAGAZINE, the exhibition essay for THE CHANNELERS at EMMEDIA: videos and .gifs about Marxism, the re-distribution of value, and still getting paid.
Drinking light through their eyes—poet Neil Surkan responds to Kapwani Kiwanga's film A PRIMER with meditations on colour, nature, freedom, chaos, and the aesthetics of isolation in Calgary.
The second in LUMA's three-part series on the making of Gillian McKercher's CIRCLE OF STEEL, this interview finds inspiration in an unlikely place: Dr. Dre.
"Somebody may be following her, watching her"—surveillance, paranoia, and Jane Fonda in Alan Pakula's 1971 film KLUTE.
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