This online screening is organised in association with Kim Knowles’ recently published book “Experimental Film and Photochemical Practices” (Palgrave Macmillan). The book discusses in detail The Independent Imaging Retreat (Film Farm), established by Philip Hoffman and Marian McMahon in 1994, and incorporates an autoethnographic account of the experience. The programme showcases a selection of films discussed in this chapter, weaving together artisanal practices, perspectives on landscape, bodily expressions, and feminist concerns.
• Kokoro is for Heart by Philip Hoffman (7 min. Canada 1999)
• Minus by Chris Chan Fui Chong (3 min. Canada 1999)
• Water Sark by Joyce Wieland (13 min. Canada 1965)
• Markings 1-3 by Eva Kolcze (7 min. Canada 2011)
• Crashing Skies by Penny McCann (5 min. Canada 2012)
• It Matters What by Francisca Duran (9 min. Canada 2019)
Who is it for?
WHEN & WHERE
Available to view for 6 days starting January 25, 2021
Total run time: 44 min.
Venue & Address