Posted February 15, 2017
To compliment Wanda Nanibush’s exhibition Toronto: Tributes + Tributaries (1971-1989), the CFMDC has programmed some films that reflect Toronto during this period. My 1981 film, The Bird That Chirped on Bathurst will be screened along with gems from that era.
The first program will be on March 12th at Jackman Hall at the Art Gallery of Ontario.
Geographies of Self and City (1979-1989)
SPEAKBODY, 1979, 16mm Dir. Kay Armatage – 8mins
CITYSCAPE, 1988, 16mm, Dir Wendy Rowland – 10mins
FROM NEVIS TO, 1987, Digital (Original Format 16mm) Dir. Christene Browne – 7mins
ALL FLESH IS GRASS, 1988, 16mm Dir Susan Oxtoby – 15mins
THE BIRD THAT CHIRPED ON BATHURST, 1981, 16mm, Dir. Midi Onodera – 3.40min
MINE’S BEDLAM, 1980 Super 8, Dir. Carl Brown – 8mins
NOW, YOURS, 1982, 16mm, Dir. Mike Hoolboom – 10min
STOP DARLINGTON, 1987, 16mm, Dir. Robert Kennedy – 4min
WATERWORX (A CLEAR DAY AND NO MEMORIES) 1982. 16mm Dir. Rick Hancox – 5.32min
Running Time: 71mins
Q & A with the filmmakers in attendance.
This screening is open to the public and completely free.
Free tickets can be reserved here.