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Tuesday 22, September

Eraserhead

Eraserhead

Tuesday 22, September

Mulholland Dr.

Mulholland Dr.

Rfor violence, language and some strong sexuality

Tuesday 22, September

Wednesday 23, September

The Short Films of David Lynch

The Short Films of David Lynch

Wednesday 23, September

Mulholland Dr.

Mulholland Dr.

Rfor violence, language and some strong sexuality

Wednesday 23, September

Thursday 24, September

Eraserhead

Eraserhead

Thursday 24, September

The Short Films of David Lynch

The Short Films of David Lynch

Thursday 24, September

Friday 25, September

Kuessipan

Kuessipan

Friday 25, September

Mulholland Dr.

Mulholland Dr.

Rfor violence, language and some strong sexuality

Friday 25, September

Saturday 26, September

Mulholland Dr.

Mulholland Dr.

Rfor violence, language and some strong sexuality

Saturday 26, September

Kuessipan

Kuessipan

Saturday 26, September

Eraserhead

Eraserhead

Saturday 26, September

Sunday 27, September

Kuessipan

Kuessipan

Sunday 27, September

Eraserhead

Eraserhead

Sunday 27, September

Tuesday 29, September

Kuessipan

Kuessipan

Tuesday 29, September

Mulholland Dr.

Mulholland Dr.

Rfor violence, language and some strong sexuality

Tuesday 29, September

Wednesday 30, September

Kuessipan

Kuessipan

Wednesday 30, September

Eraserhead

Eraserhead

Wednesday 30, September

Friday 16, October

Hooker-Niblock/Flowers Of The Spirit

Hooker-Niblock/Flowers Of The Spirit

Friday 16, October

Eraserhead

Eraserhead

Thursday, September 24 screening Introduced by George Godwin David Lynch’s 1977 debut feature, Eraserhead, is both a lasting cult sensation and a work of extraordinary craft and beauty. With its mesmerizing black-and-white photography by Frederick Elmes and Herbert Cardwell, evocative sound design, and unforgettably enigmatic performance by Jack Nance, this visionary nocturnal odyssey continues to haunt American cinema like no other film.

Tuesday 22, September

Thursday 24, September

Saturday 26, September

Sunday 27, September

Wednesday 30, September

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Hooker-Niblock/Flowers Of The Spirit

Hooker-Niblock/Flowers Of The Spirit

Join us for a special evening with master drummer, poet, and composer William Hooker. The two-part program features a collaboration between William Hooker and filmmaker/composer Phill Niblock, followed by an exclusive presentation of a brand-new solo work, “Flowers of the Spirit,” recorded for this occasion. Co-presented with WNDX and Winnipeg Film Group. William Hooker is an artistic whole, a vast circle of vision and execution. A body of uninterrupted work beginning in the mid-seventies defines him as one of the most important composers and players in jazz. As bandleader, Hooker has fielded ensembles in an incredibly diverse array of configurations. Each collaboration has brought a serious investigation of his compositional agenda and the science of the modern drum kit. As a player, Hooker has long been known for the persuasive power of his relationship with his instrument. His work is frequently grounded in a narrative context. Whether set against a silent film or anchored by a poetic theme, Hooker brings dramatic tension and human warmth to avant-garde jazz. His ability to find fertile ground for moving music in a variety of settings that obliterate genre distinctions offers a much-needed statement of social optimism in the arts. Phill Niblock (b. 1933, USA) is an artist whose fifty-year career spans minimalist and experimental music, film and photography. Since 1985, he has served as director of Experimental Intermedia, a foundation for avant-garde music based in New York with a branch in Ghent, and curator of the foundation’s record label XI. Known for his thick, loud drones of music, Niblock’s signature sound is filled with microtones of instrumental timbres that generate many other tones in the performance space. In 2013, his diverse artistic career was the subject of a retrospective realised in partnership between Circuit (Contemporary Art Centre Lausanne) and Musée de l’Elysée. The following year Niblock was honoured with the prestigious Foundation for Contemporary Arts John Cage Award.

Friday 16, October

Kuessipan

Kuessipan

Adapted from Naomi Fontaine’s acclaimed novel, Kuessipan is Quebec director Myriam Verreault’s first narrative feature. In a Quebec Innu community, Mikuan (Sharon Fontaine-Ishpatao) and Shaniss (Yamie Grégoire) struggle to maintain their close friendship when they clash over their diverging ambitions. When Mikuan falls in love with a white boy and starts to consider a life beyond their tiny reserve, her bond with Shaniss and her family is put to the test. *Grand Prix, Québec City Film Festival (2019)

Friday 25, September

Saturday 26, September

Sunday 27, September

Tuesday 29, September

Wednesday 30, September

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Mulholland Dr.

Mulholland Dr.

Rfor violence, language and some strong sexuality

After a car wreck on the winding Mulholland Drive renders a woman amnesiac, she and a perky Hollywood-hopeful search for clues and answers across Los Angeles in a twisting venture beyond dreams and reality.

Tuesday 22, September

Wednesday 23, September

Friday 25, September

Saturday 26, September

Tuesday 29, September

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The Short Films of David Lynch

The Short Films of David Lynch

After graduating from high school David Lynch travelled a lot when he was younger and developed an interest in painting and art. He went to college eventually moving to Philadelphia where he started making a series of short films in 16mm notable for their striking imagery and originality. Janus Films presents New 2K digital restorations of six short films by Lynch: Six Men Getting Sick (1967), The Alphabet (1968), The Grandmother (1970), The Amputee, Version 1 and Version 2 (1974), and Premonitions Following an Evil Deed (1995).

Wednesday 23, September

Thursday 24, September

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