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
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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.
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The 21st annual Chicago Underground FIlm Festival, which ran April 2-6 at the Logan Theatre, has announced their list of award winners. The three panel jury included Brian Chankin, Alison Cuddy and Mike Everleth
The 21st annual Chicago Underground Film Festival will screen Usama Alshaibi’s latest documentary American Arab, plus Who Took Johnny; Shadow Zombie; short films by Jodie Mack, Kent Lambert and lots more.
Before the light there was darkness. A white-bearded wizard invites us into his dimly lit lair to hang with his mysterious friends in Jesse Malmed’s magick-al Goth Movie (Chemirocha) before the film swerves into a desert travelogue, then back inside in a conceptually contrasting yet complementary whole.
This year will see the 9th annual edition of the Portland Underground Film Festival, which is screening Carlos Atanes’ Gallino; Jon Moritsugu’s Pig Death Machine and films by Neil Ira Needleman, Isabela Fondevila, Clint Enns and many more.
The second annual Experimental Film Festival Portland will feature work by local superstars such as Bob Moricz, Vanessa Renwick, Matt McCormick and others; as well as work from all over the world.
May 19: Curator Jesse Malmed has assembled a wonderful lineup of recent experimental videos that explore the entire concept of flickering images as a means of visual association and communication.
The Chicago Underground Film Festival celebrates it’s unbelievable 20th anniversary with new films by Jon Moritsugu and Drew Tobia; and classic work by Usama Alshaibi, Matt McCormick and more.