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Editor's Note

BY Kristen Hutchinson

Who Gets to Tell The Story?

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Navigating History, Memory, and Mythology: The Challenges of Depicting the 1919 Winnipeg General Strike

BY Isaac Wurmann

Addressing the predicament of historical reinterpretation through a comparison of films on the 1919 Winnipeg General Strike.


Carbon Capture: Experimental Strategies for Re-Presenting the Anthropocene

BY Kevin Dong

Artifact Small Format Film Festival’s experimental films about the forces of nature are put under the microscope.

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Homo-Sighting: Consent & Refusal of Queer Performance in Ryan Danny Owen's LOVE ME LIKE THERE'S NO TOMORROW

BY Anj Fermor

Intimate musings on the complexity of performing queer bodies in a comparison of LOVE ME LIKE THERE’S NO TOMORROW and William E. Jones’s TEAROOM.

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The Sounds and Sights of Dance: Rosanna Terracciano's A QUIET FLAMENCO

BY Maeve Hanna

An examination of how Flamenco is reinterpreted, synthesized and personalized by the various dancers in Rosanna Terracciano’s installation A QUIET FLAMENCO.

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Stalking Our Doppelgängers: An Interview with Filmmaker Isaac Ezban

BY George Melnyk

Isaac Ezban discusses the lures of the science fiction genre and the joys and challenges of directing his recent film PARALLEL.

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