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Posted: 09/28/2013 1:00 AM | Comments: 0
The WNDX Festival of Moving Image winds up this weekend with a phantasmagoria of film and visual arts. Today, admission to events is free of charge. On the program:
Artist Talk: Michael Snow and Dan Graham
Plug In ICA, 1:30 p.m.
Canada's premiere experimental filmmaker Michael Snow talks with fellow artist Dan Graham about their work.
The First Universe
Cinematheque, 3 p.m.
An international program of short works on the theme of home, curated by Richard Macdonald.
Michael Snow 2
Cinematheque, 5 p.m.
This program of Snow films includes SSHTOORRTY, Triage, and Prelude.
Open Call 3: Ill-Mannered Cinema
Cinematheque, 7 p.m.
WNDX returns to its transgressive roots with this program of films from around the world and at home, including Winnipeg filmmaker Leslie Supnet's animation A Time Is a Terrible Thing to Waste.
Solar Coffin and Lief Hall
Frame Arts Warehouse, 9 p.m.
Two "expanded cinema performances" incorporating music and visuals includes new work by local duo Solar Coffin (Fletcher Pratt and Erik Larsen) and B.C. artist Lief Hall.
Bring Your Own Beam Party
Frame Arts Warehouse, 11 p.m.
Anyone with a film of their own is invited to bring a projector and screen it on the walls of the Ross Street Warehouse in a multimedia mash-up.
Open Call 4: Metaphysical Karaoke
Cinematheque at 1 p.m.
A collection of 10 short films reflecting personal experiences in visually radical ways.
Michael Snow 3
Cinematheque, 3 p.m.
The final WNDX program offers up Michael Snow's 1971 three-hour film La Region Centrale.
For the full WNDX program and more information, log onto wwww.wndx.org.
Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition September 28, 2013 G10
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