Tanya Lukin Linklater's SLAY ALL DAY: bodies onscreen—from NANOOK OF THE NORTH to LEMONADE
Experimental filmmaker Manuela De Laborde—thinking of the frame and the blackness.
Award-winning author of EXPERIMENTAL FILM on appearances of Soraya Mousch, the silent era of female filmmakers, and ekstasis: “to be or stand outside oneself, a removal to elsewhere.”
Armenian film, Atom Egoyan, and celluloid's role in discussing migration, memory and trauma at Regina's MacKenzie Art Gallery.
What can art do to fulfill a mandate of hope and agency:
ceremony, film, and karaoke.
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