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By Any Means curated by Emily Pelstring and Lesley Marshall

By Any Means

Curated by Emily Pelstring and Lesley Marshall

Compiling the work of some of the most original women animators operating against the grain, this program presents a number of approaches to mixed-media, lo-fi, glitch and collage techniques. Animations made with discarded materials and unusual processes examine inner and outer spaces, new and old technologies, the future, past, and troubled present. Harrowing tales and scathing critiques bubble beneath surfaces that are at once hilarious and haunting. Limitations are embraced in innovative ways; stories are told by any means necessary.

February 25th, 8pm

Videofag, 187 Augusta Ave.

PWYC

Program:

Madame Winger Makes a Film: A Survival Guide for the 21st Century Helen Hill 2001, 9:00, Canada, English

Cats Amor Martha Colburn 2002, 2:30, USA

Space Echoes Jackie Lachance 2014, 2:52, Canada

Born to Never Throw Anything Away Xander Marro 2012, 4:00, USA

Unsubscribe #4: The Saddest Song in the World Jodie Mack 2010, 3:00, USA, English

You Are Here Leslie Supnet 2013, 2:37, Canada, English

Yellow Fever Ngendo Mukii 2012, 6:00, Kenya, English

Where We Were Not: Feeling Reserved Alexus Young 2011, 6:01, Canada, English

Little girl/ugly girl/not bad/just evil girl Ariel Smith 2012, 2:00, Canada, English

A Total Jizz Fest Jennifer Chan 2012, 3:21, Canada

Male Female Child Petra Cortright 2008, 2:32, USA, English

Landscapes Amy Lockhart 2012, 8:45, Canada

Whinsey on Your Phone Sally Cruikshank 2008, 2:30, USA, English


By Any Means curated by Emily Pelstring and Lesley Marshall

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