The Free Screen: Fall 2013

The Free Screen: Fall 2013

The Free Screen: Fall 2013

TIFF Cinematheque - Free Screen

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Our free series devoted to experimental film and video works presents a two-night spotlight on prolific contemporary filmmaker Kevin Jerome Everson, a showcase of early Vancouver experimental cinema, and the astonishing animated-GIF opus twohundredfiftysixcolors.

Films in The Free Screen: Fall 2013

    • All Down the Line: Films by Kevin Jerome Everson
    • This showcase of selected short films displays the prolific contemporary filmmaker's personal and distinctive look at contemporary African American life.

      This programme is rated PG.

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    • The Island of St. Matthews
    • Kevin Jerome Everson creates a poetic portrait of the community of Westport in his hometown of Columbus, Mississippi, which was cut off from the rest of the city by a catastrophic flood.

      This programme is rated PG.

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    • Backbone: Early Vancouver Experimental Cinema
    • Curator Richard Martin presents a programme of recent digital restorations of key works from a particularly fertile period of Canadian image-making.

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    • twohundredfiftysixcolors
    • Chicago artists Eric Fleischauer and Jason Lazarus harvested over 3,000 GIFs to create this stunning visual mosaic.

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The Free Screen series is committed to bringing experimental film and video art, hybrid documentaries, essay films and other personal expressions to a curious and engaged audience.

Chris Kennedy


The Free Screen is always free.

Tickets are available at the Steve & Rashmi Gupta Box Office on day of screening.


We wish to thank the following for making this edition of The Free Screen possible: Sylvia Jonescu Lisitza, Moving Images Distribution; Madeleine Molyneaux, Picture Palace Pictures; Kim Simon, Gallery TPW.