Pop your popcorn, and settle in, we’re bringing the films to you!
The Saskatchewan Filmpool Cooperative and the Cathedral Village Arts Festival are excited to present “Screening Under the Steeple” once again, which is the 29th anniversary of this screening event and partnership.
The screening at the Cathedral Village Arts Festival allows the Saskatchewan Filmpool to celebrate the amazing, creative and diverse film and digital works created by our membership, and to bring work from outside of our borders to audiences here at home in Saskatchewan. This year the theme for the Cathedral Village Arts Festival is “Kaleidoscope”.
Screening Under the Steeple will be presented online due to COVID-19. The program of films will be accessible and available to view beginning on May 19th at 7 pm.
“Screening under the Steeple” is made possible through support from the Saskatchewan Arts Board, SaskCulture, Sask Lotteries, the Canada Council for the Arts, and the partnership between the Cathedral Village Arts Festival and the Saskatchewan Filmpool Cooperative.
Length: 34 minutes
Japan: Kesei Line Single Take, by Ian Toews, (2001), 4:39 mins
Plein Air Etude, by Richard Kerr, (1991), 16mm, 5:00 mins
Prism, by Kyath Battie, (2016), Super8 Film, 3:28 mins
Turin, by Rhayne Vermette, (2015), 7:11 mins
Unfold, by John David Graham, (2019), 6:09 mins
Waves by Elian Mikkola, (2017), 6:47 mins