The 26th annual Onion City Experimental Film and Video Festival — which was held last month on January 28-31 in Chicago, Illinois — has announced their trio of award winners, plus a host of Honorable Mentions. Judges for this year’s fest were three local curators: Christy Lemaster of The Nightingale, independent filmmaker/curator Jesse Malmed and
Underground Film News
News and notes about underground film festivals from around the world — and the films that screen at them.
Along with partners the American Cinematheque and Jumpcut Cafe, the Underground Film Journal isco-presenting the first Hollywood Underground Film Festival on Feb. 21.
The Onion City Experimental Film and Video Festival will be celebrating its 26th spectacular edition in the great city of Chicago on January 28-31.
The fifth annual Brisbane Underground Film Festival continues the scrappy little fest’s continuing mission to bring a little bit of cinematic oddballness to an underserved spot on the globe. The fest takes place on Jan. 8-10 at the Brisbane Powerhouse. The fest kicks off on Jan. 8 with some local flavor, the documentary Gone Lesbo
The 6th annual Migrating Forms returns to the BAMcinématek in Brooklyn, NY on Dec. 10-18 for a week of new and classic experimental media, including a William Greaves documentary retrospective.
If you don’t mind the commercial interruptions, here are five off-beat movies streaming now on Hulu: I Declare War, The Oregonian, A Band Called Death, The Rambler and The Color Wheel.
Mono No Aware continues its hardcore commitment to keeping the practice of expanded cinema alive with their 8th annual edition that will run on December 5-6 in Brooklyn, NY at LightSpace Studios.
Outrageous Underground Film Moment 10: Groovin’ Gary dresses up like Olivia Newton-John for his one chance at greatness in Trent Harris’s The Beaver Trilogy.
If you’re tired of the usual serial killers or have gotten bored with the the living dead, here’s a severed handful of quirky horror flicks to make for a wickedly entertaining Halloween.
The National Film Preservation Foundation has awarded their annual Avant-Garde Masters Grants, to films by Tommy Turner, Julie Murray and more to be preserved.