The Filmpool proudly presents two packages of films on one special night, showcasing selections from the IMAGES Film Festival. This event will screen ONE NIGHT ONLY in Saskatchewan, only at the Filmpool.
IMAGES Festival Tour at the Filmpool
Thursday July 26th
7 p.m. start time.
Second screening starts at 8:30 p.m.
Admission is a 5 dollar donation per show. 7 dollar donation for both shows. Cash bar. I.D. will be required.
1988 Part 1 and A Letter to the Living are the two packages the Filmpool is presenting:
IMAGES is pleased to announce the first dates in their ”IMAGES ACROSS CANADA” Touring Program! Thanks to the support of The Canada Council for the Arts, this cross-Canada tour will take a selection of films from IMAGES last two festivals to communities in every province and territory across this great country. Part I of the tour will bring artist film and video to the western-central provinces (and one territory!), in collaboration with fantastic presenting partners Saskatchewan Filmpool Cooperative, Metro Cinema Society, Western Arctic Moving Pictures and the Winnipeg Film Group. Prairie and Northern friends, please mark the following dates on your calendar:
IMAGES ACROSS CANADA: PART I
Thursday 7/26 – Saskatchewan Filmpool Co-operative, Regina SK
Saturday 7/28 – WAMP @ Northern United Place, Yellowknife NT
Thursday 8/2 & Saturday 8/4 – Winnipeg Film Group @ Cinematheque, Winnipeg MG
Monday 8/6 & Tuesday 8/7 – Metro Cinema Society @ Garneau Theatre, Edmonton AB
More about IMAGES: Established in 1987, the Images Festival is the largest festival in North America for experimental and independent moving image culture, showcasing the innovative edge of international contemporary media art both on and off the screen.
IMAGES Tour at the Filmpool – Facebook event page.
Please RSVP here and share with all of your friends!
Hope to see you out for this great night of films from the fine folks at IMAGES!
Admission will be 5 dollar donation for a single show, or 7 dollar donation for both shows.
All ages welcome, but I.D. will be required.
Call the Filmpool at 757-8818 for more information.