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On Friday, the third day of the WNDX Festival of Moving Image, things kick into gear with a full slate of shows all day. On the program:

 

Wandering Through, Across and Within

Cinematheque at noon

Christina Battle curated this collection of short artist videos based on a theme of wandering, including Steve Reinke's New Mexico sojourn Great Blood Sacrifice.

 

This Is Not Dying

Urban Shaman at 5 p.m.

Artist Nova Paul will present her film shot in the vicinity of her Maori home in New Zealand's North Island.

 

Michael Snow 1

Cinematheque at 7 p.m.

The pioneering Canadian experimentalist Michael Snow will be present for screenings of <--> (Back and Forth) and To Lavoisier, Who Died in the Reign of Terror.

 

Open Call 2: OneNoughtNineTwentySeven

Cinematheque at 9 p.m.

This collection of experimental shorts from around the world includes The Handeye (Bone Ghosts) from Germany, Sakitakwin, a Quebec film made from projecting images on water, and local artist Scott Fitzpatrick's Bruce's Borders, a film adapted from a book titled Victorian Frames, Borders and Cuts.

 

Scott Fitzpatrick & Andrew Milne

RAW Gallery at 11 p.m.

Two Manitoba artists collaborate on these works incorporating projected film without any conventional projectors.

 

For the full WNDX program and more information, log onto wwww.wndx.org.

Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition September 27, 2013 D2

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