The 9th annual WNDX Festival of Moving Image includes new work by Karl Lemieux, Clint Enns, Leslie Supnet, Thorsten Fleisch and MIke Olenick’s Red Luck.
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The 8th annual WNDX Festival of Moving Image, screening on Sept. 25-29 across Winnipeg, Canada, features an epic tribute to experimental filmmaker Michael Snow; and includes short films by Aaron Zeghers, Christina Battle, Leslie Supnet, Steve Reinke and more.
The 7th annual WNDX Festival of Moving Image presents a four-part study of Beat cinema by Jack Sargeant, a moveable microcinema curated by Solomon Nagler, plus films by Clint Enns and much more.
The WNDX Festival of Film and Video Art always does a tremendous job promoting Canadian film. Watch highlights from their 6th annual event.
At the 2010 WNDX Film Festival, George Kuchar and Guy Maddin sat down for an epic chat about making movies.
The 6th annual WNDX will host a Joyce Wieland retrospective, a Guy Maddin installation, films by Clint Enns, George Kuchar and more.
Winnipeg’s WNDX Festival of Film and Video Art has announced that they will be presenting Guy Maddin‘s film art installation Hauntings throughout the month of September and end on Oct. 3. The city of Winnipeg is, of course, Maddin’s hometown, so this is an especially sweet acquisition. Hauntings will be installed at the Platform Gallery
Winnipeg’s esteemed WNDX Festival of Film and Video Art has just opened up the registration process for this year’s edition of their popular One Take Super 8 Event.
Winnipeg’s WNDX festival is one of Canada’s premiere experimental media festival, while Basement Media Festival is brand new.
The 5th annual WNDX Festival will have a retrospective of George Kuchar, plus films by Canadian filmmakers like Clint Enns, Mike Rollo and more.