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<strong>IPUFF Schedule & Trailer II</strong>

International Puppet Underground Film Festival – IPUFF

Hear ye! Hear ye!

April 6th and 7th, 2013.

Main venue: Dunlop Art Gallery/RPL Film Theatre (2311-12th Avenue)

Saturday April 6th, 2013

1 – 2pm : Free Family Matinee!! NFB Vintage Puppetfilms: Co Hoedeman Retrospective: Regina Public Library Film Theatre

2:15 – 3:30pm: All Ages Shadow Puppet Workshop!! Bumps in the Night: Dunlop Art Gallery

7 – 9pm: SCREENING: Premiere of 19 home-grown, Saskatchewan-made puppetfilm! Prairie Puppet Underground: RPL Film Theatre

9 – 11pm: Opening Reception and PuppExhibition!! display of Saskatchewan-made puppets and more from the films on display at the Dunlop Art Gallery all weekend!

Sunday, April 7th, 2013

2 – 2:30pm – Artist Talk with Chrystene Ells & Berny Hi Puppet Filmmaking and You: Dunlop Art Gallery

2:30 – 4:30pm – Puppetmaking Workshop for adults and handy, focused non-adults: Hands on Hands: Dunlop Art Gallery

7 – 9pm: DOUBLE FEATURE: International Puppetfilms: Handmade Puppet Dreams Vols 2 & 5: RPL Film Theatre

9:30pm: Party! Strings and Springs Soiree Saskatchewan Filmpool Cooperative #301-1822 Scarth Street

Workshops / Talk may already be full. Limited seating for screenings. Show up early! For more information and tickets, pricing, and how to register for workshops Ticket Information: Saturday (April 6th) and Sunday (April 7th) evening screenings, tickets available at the door. The RPL Film Theatre accepts cash only.

The following prices include tax:

Children (14 years and under) $3.00

Adults $6.00 single showing $9.00 double feature

Students (with valid student card) $5.00 single showing $7.50 double feature

Seniors: $5.00 single showing $7.50 double feature

The box office opens 45 minutes before show time. Tickets may be purchased for any show that day. Tickets may be purchased at Central Library only.

To register for workshops and artist talks please call the dunlop art gallery at 306-777-6040.

IPUFF is presented by the Saskatchewan Filmpool Cooperative in cooperation with the Dunlop Art Gallery.

Trailer cut by Noelle Duddridge using excerpts from submissions. Music by composer Jason Cullimore.

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