The Free Screen: Winter 2014

The Free Screen: Winter 2014

The Free Screen: Winter 2014

The Free Screen: Winter 2014

The Free Screen: Winter 2014

The Free Screen: Winter 2014

The Free Screen: Winter 2014

The Free Screen: Winter 2014

The Free Screen: Winter 2014

The Free Screen: Winter 2014

TIFF Cinematheque - Free Screen

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Renowned photographer/filmmaker Robert Frank receives a special four-night Free Screen retrospective — including an ultra-rare screening of his notorious Rolling Stones documentary Cocksucker Blues — while Canadian avant-garde great David Rimmer joins us for a two-night spotlight on recent restorations of his work.

Films in The Free Screen: Winter 2014

    • Tempo Não Para (Time Doesn’t Stop)
    • The ceasless play of time is both the inspiration and challenge for these varied and beautiful film and video works.

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    • David Rimmer I: Surfacing
    • The first part of our two-night retrospective devoted to the Canadian avant-garde great spotlights Rimmer's gorgeous landscape films.

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    • David Rimmer II: Variations
    • Rimmer's classic Variations on a Cellophane Wrapper anchors this programme of stunning found-footage works.

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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.

The Free Screen is always free. Tickets are available on a first-come, first-served basis at the Steve & Rashmi Gupta Box Office two hours prior to event start time. One ticket per person.

We wish to thank the following for making this edition of The Free Screen possible: Blaine Allan; Mike Hoolboom; Eli Horwatt; Marian Luntz & Tracy Stephenson, Museum of Fine Arts, Houston; Pace MacGill; Andréa Picard; Mark Toscano, Academy Film Archive.