[Frameworks] Canadian Diaries

From: CSIF Programming (email suppressed)
Date: Sat Aug 21 2010 - 14:05:12 PDT

The Calgary Society of Independent Filmmakers presents:
Canadian Diaries
August 24-26, 2010

An exhibition of short historical and contemporary Canadian
Documentary films. Featuring the seminal NFB documentary Pour la
Suite du Monde by Pierre Perrault and Michel Brault. Shorts programs
include works by legendary Aboriginal filmmaker Alanis Obomsawin,
master diary-filmmaker Philip Hoffman, Calgary's own Dominique Keller
and many more.

Shorts Program #1: Tuesday August 24 @ 7pm (RATED 14A)
(CSIF Sofa Cinema - J2, 2711 Battleford Ave. SW)

Grain: Summer. I Can't See the Forest Through My Dreams by Gerald Saul
Leftovers by Janine Fung
Hard Fat by Frederic Moffet
Whitmore Park (The Epic Story of My Life Pt. 4) by Brian Stockton
The Delian Mode by Kara Blake
AurA by aAron munson

Shorts Program #2: Wednesday August 25 @ 7pm (RATED 14A)
(CSIF Sofa Cinema - J2, 2711 Battleford Ave. SW)

Boreal Forest Expedition by Lindsay & Nicholas Bradford-Ewart
My Forehead by Dominique Keller
On the Pond by Philip Hoffman
Do Not Tell by Jani Bellefleur-Kaltush
The Sea Series by John Price
Saskatchewan by Brian Stockton
July’s Wet Dreams by Kara Blake
My Name is
Kahentiiosta by Alanis Obomsawin

Feature Program: Thursday August 26 @ 7pm (RATED PG)
(Canmore Opera House; Heritage Park - 1900 Heritage Dr. SW)

Birdlings Two by Davina Pardo
Pour la Suite du Monde by Pierre Perrault & Michel Brault

Join us after the final program for drinks at discussion at Heritage
Park's Selkirk Grille.

$8 CSIF Members/ Heritage Park Annual Pass Holders $10 General
$20 CSIF/ Heritage Park Annual Pass Holders 3-day pass $25
General 3-day pass
Tickets available for pre-buy at the CSIF Offices (cash/cheque/credit)
or at the door (cash only)

In collaboration with the National Film Board, CSIF has also curated a
playlist of NFB documentaries for their website and iphone application.

In preparation for our Canadian Diaries program next week, these films
capture the feel of the program and showcase the variety of films that
have told our stories throughout Canadian cinema history. The films
included in the play list represent cinema direct films, along with
contemporary traditional and experimental documentaries.



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