Sep 14, 2017
WNDX Festival of Moving Image has officially announced its 2017 line-up and we couldn’t be more excited for it!
WNDX is an annual festival of experimental and avant-garde cinema that takes place here in Winnipeg every fall, with an emphasis on the work of Manitoba and prairie artists. This year’s dates are October 4-8.
Charlotte Clermont’s as close as possible/as far as possible will make its Canadian premiere at WNDX as part of the shorts program, This Must be the Place, scheduled for October 5 at 7pm. Caroline Blais’s experimental short, Murmur, will be making its Winnipeg premiere on October 6. Der Glöckner, an homage to German Expressionism by Chrystene Ells and Berny Hi, will be screening October 7 at 7pm.
The Prairie Animation program, scheduled for October 7 at 9pm at Cinematheque, includes films by Alison Davis, The Bum Family, Evin Collis, Clark Ferguson, Freya Björg Olafson, Nicole Shinomek, Elisabeth Belliveau, Kiarra Albina, Terril Calder, Victoria Prince, Scott Portingale, Daniel Barrow and Sheridan Shindruk, Leslie Supnet, Heidi Phillips, John Osborne, Richard Reeves, Scott Fitzpatrick, Ed Ackerman, as well as Bleach by Don Best, Ask-Me by Carol Beecher, Chroma-dance by James Pomeroy, Two Scoops by Jackie Traverse, The Nine to Five Crack by John Paizs, and A Bit Transcendental by Patrick Lowe.
Check out the full program at wndx.org.
We hope to see you there!