Books tagged: Film & Video
By Guy Maddin
One of the Village Voice's Top 25 Books of 2003.
Guy Maddin is one of Canada's most celebrated and original filmmakers, the director of such delirious films as Tales from the Gimli Hospital, Careful, Dracula: Pages from a Virgin's Diary and the forthcoming The Saddest Music ... Read more
By (artist) Graeme Patterson
Secret Citadel showcases Graeme Patterson’s spectacular and intricate multimedia installation, exploring the trials and tribulations of male friendship through a four-part sculptural/video installation and an experimental stop-motion animated narrative. Here, guided by subtle ... Read more
With David Moos
A personal look at a highly curated and special glimpse at the art of Julian Schnabel. The only comprehensive look at Schnabel's work.
American art superstar Julian Schnabel has spent his life pushing the limits of painting and crossing artistic boundaries as an award-winning ... Read more
Edited by Jim Shedden, Barbara Sternberg
Text by Michael Zryd, and Stephen Broomer
Film is the art form of our times. It has formed the background of our lives, informed visual arts practices, and formed our culture’s stories, its memory.
Moments of Perception is a landmark book. The first history of twentieth and early-twenty-first-century Canadian experimental ... Read more
By Elaine Chang
Edited by Elaine Chang
Founded in 1997 by producer Anita Lee and journalist Andrew Sun, the Toronto Reel Asian International Film Festival is a unique showcase of contemporary Asian cinema and work from the Asian diaspora. The festival fosters the exchange of cultural and artistic ideals between East ... Read more
Edited by Mike Hoolboom
By Emily Vey Duke & Cooper Battersby
The literary post-punk short movies of Emily Vey Duke and Cooper Battersby have been tearing up the festival/gallery circuit for the past fifteen years with their blend of bedroom pop, perverse animations and fame hopes. In this collection of stills, award ?-winning scripts, ... Read more
No horror film is truly mainstream, David Cronenberg has said, and it is for this reason that even the lowliest of them may be worth consideration. In this tenth anniversary revised and updated edition of They Came From Within, Caelum Vatnsdal adjusts the focus in Canadian horror ... Read more