Programmed by Clint Enns and Leslie Supnet. Presented by DIM Cinema at the Pacific Cinematheque in Vancouver, British Columbia on August 30, 2010.
A long, rich history of lo-budget inventiveness is woven into the civic consciousness of Winnipeg, Manitoba, the birthplace of K-Tel, Hunky Bill’s Perogie Maker, and the Green Garbage Bag. Countless Winnipeg artists have utilized the same Do-It-Yourself spirit in their practice, speaking to tradition as well as environmental necessity. Enriched with strange humour, hand-crafted experimentation and lo-fi/high-tec conundrums, the films and videos in this program are testaments to an aesthetic movement that is wholeheartedly Winnipeg’s own.
We are proud to present films from our beloved bargain-hungry municipality.
Cattle Call | Mike Maryniuk & Matthew Rankin | 2008 | 4 min.
Thunder at the Track | Walter Forsberg | 2005 | 4 min.
Zwei Indianer Aus Winnipeg | Darryl Nepinak | 2009 | 3 min.
How to Care For Introverts | Leslie Supnet | 2010 | 2 min.
Death by VHS | Damien Ferland | 2010 | 5 min.
I’m BoHUNKy-Dory With It (My Nose) | Sandee Moore | 2007 | 3 min.
Drawing Genesis | Jaimz Asmundson | 2007 | 3min.
Pants | Divya Mehra | 2007 | 2 min.
Discovering Compositions in Art | Heidi Phillips | 2008 | 2 min.
The Death of Natural Language | Clint Enns |2007 | 3 min.
Traffiiiik | Robert Pasternak | 2007 | 2 min.
Brodeo in Space | Gwen Trutnau | 2008 | 4 min.
Cold Satie | Simon Hughes | 2007 | 2 min.
Mechanical Film Studies (3D Jesus/Yard/Architect’s Table/2X4/Phantom) | Andrew Milne | 2010 | 6 min.
In the Drugs | Hope Peterson | 2006 | 5 min.