November 6, 2015 Newsletter

1. Coming up at Cinema Salon – “Good Morning,” November 12

2. MediaNet presents Videographe’s “Feminitude,” a screening of works by Quebec women video makers, November 14

3.Screening and artist’s talk with Patrick Jenkins, December 1

4. Around Town: Movie Monday

1. Coming up at Cinema Salon – “Good Morning,”

6-9pm November 12 at the Flux Media Art Gallery, 510 Fort St.
Free to attend

Cinema Salon presents a screening of Good Morning by Japanese filmmaker Yasujiro Osu. The film will be followed by a discussion with Timothy Iles, professor of film studies at the University of Victoria.

Good Morning tells the story of two young boys in suburban Tokyo who take a vow of silence after their parents refuse to buy them a television set. Shot from the perspective of the petulant brothers, Good Morning is an enchantingly satirical portrait of family life that gives rise to gags about romance, gossip, and the consumerism of modern Japan.

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2. MediaNet presents Videographe’s “Feminitude,” a screening of works by Quebec women video makers 

7pm November 14 at the Flux Media Art Gallery, 510 Fort St.

Free to attend – donations appreciated

 

MediaNet is pleased to present “Feminitude,” a screening of 6 works by women artists from Videographe arts centre.

The videos were selected by Lysanne Thibodeau, an independent curator from Montreal. Lysanne will be present at the screening to speak about the works and her curatorial process.

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3. Screening and artist’s talk with Patrick Jenkins 

7pm December 1

at the Flux Media Art Gallery, 510 Fort St.

Free to attend- donations appreciated

Toronto artist Patrick Jenkins will screen his film “Inner View” and others, and demonstrate the paint on glass animation and After Effects techniques he used to create this film.

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