The Free Screen: Summer 2013

The Free Screen: Summer 2013

The Free Screen: Summer 2013

The Free Screen: Summer 2013

The Free Screen: Summer 2013

The Free Screen: Summer 2013

The Free Screen: Summer 2013

The Free Screen: Summer 2013

The Free Screen: Summer 2013

The Free Screen: Summer 2013

The Free Screen: Summer 2013

TIFF Cinematheque - Free Screen

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This season, our ongoing free series dedicated to experimental film and video works showcases Yang Fudong's first feature film An Estranged Paradise, and presents programmes devoted to the works of leading experimental filmmakers Narcisa Hirsch and Phil Hoffman.

Films in The Free Screen: Summer 2013

    • Yang Fudong: An Estranged Paradise
    • In support of acclaimed visual artist Yang Fudong's new installation New Women — commissioned by TIFF for the HSBC Gallery as a complement to the film programme A Century of Chinese Cinema — The Free Screen is pleased to present the artist's first feature film, which, like his new work, reflects Yang's fascination with the nascent cinema culture of 1930s Shanghai.

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    • The Imagined Film: Narcisa Hirsch and Michael Snow in Dialogue
    • Narcisa Hirsch and Michael Snow join us for an onstage discussion following the screening of Snow's A Casing Shelved and Hirsch's Taller (Workshop), which Hirsch made in response to Snow's film — despite the fact that she had only ever heard about it.

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    • Narcisa Hirsch: Filmic Passages
    • On the second night of our retrospective, Narcisa Hirsch introduces and discusses a diverse selection of her short work.

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    • Phil Hoffman: Lessons in Process
    • Toronto filmmaker Phil Hoffman presents his latest film, which grew out of a series of filmmaking workshops Hoffman conducted at Cuba's famed Escuela Internacional de Cine y Televisión de San Antonio de los Baños.

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The Free Screen series is committed to bringing experimental film and video art, hybrid documentaries, essay films and other personal expressions to a curious and engaged audience.

Chris Kennedy

The Free Screen is always free.

Tickets are available at the Gupta Box Office on day of screening.

We wish to thank the following for making this edition of The Free Screen possible: Federico Windhausen; Jutta Brendemühl, Goethe Institut-Toronto; Eva Kolcze, Canadian Filmmakers Distribution Centre.