Experimental Film Coalition: Onion City Film Festival
This is Part Three in a series about Chicago’s Experimental Film Coalition; and covers their annual experimental film festival. You can read Part One here and Part Two here. In addition to their monthly screenings, the Coalition founded what was initially called either the Festival of Experimental Film or the Experimental Film Festival. The first
Flashback: 2nd Annual Chicago Underground Film Festival: Award Winners + Full Lineup
The second annual Chicago Underground Film Festival was held in 1995, at multiple locations in the city, from Thursday, July 20 to Sunday, July 23. The festival opened on July 20th at the International Cinema Museum with the film What About Me?, directed by Rachel Amodeo. Other highlights included a retrospective of the work of
2013 Images Festival: Official Screenings Lineup
The 26th annual Images Festival will be taking over Toronto on April 11-20 with an epic series of experimental film screenings, media installations, expanded cinema performances, workshops, artist talks and tons more.
2013 Ann Arbor Film Festival: Official Lineup
The 51st annual Ann Arbor Film Festival features films by Kevin Jerome Everson, Penny Lane, Lynne Sachs, Kent Lambert, Jodie Mack, Jack Smith and tons more.
2010 Migrating Forms: Official Lineup
The 2nd annual Migrating Forms experimental video festival features work by Kevin Jerome Everson, Kent Lambert, Peggy Ahwesh and more.
Film-Makers’ Cooperative Benefit Screening
The Film-makers’ Cooperative’s annual end-of-year benefit will include screenings of underground films by Mike Kuchar, Jimmy Kinder, Seth Mitter and more.
Lynne Sachs At Other Cinema
Experimental documentarian Lynne Sachs will be presenting a combination screening and spoken word performance at the historic Other Cinema screening series.
2007 PDX Film Festival: Official Lineup
This year the PDX Film Festival, which is run by Peripheral Produce distributors, will roll out films by Vanessa Renwick, James Fotopoulos and Brett Kashmere.
2002 NYUFF: Investigation Of A Flame, Soundings, Amplified Voices
My apologies to Lynne Sachs. I had to step out of a screening of her Investigation of a Flame to go watch a demonstration by Fred Phelps’ anti-gay group.