Programmed by Clint Enns and Leslie Supnet (in attendance)
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.
Walter Forsberg, Thunder at the Track (2005, 4min)
Leslie Supnet, How to Care For Introverts (2010, 1.5min)
Damien Ferland, Death by VHS (2010, 5min)
Sandee Moore, I'm BoHUNKy-Dory With It (My Nose) (2007, 2.5min)
Jaimz Asmundson, Drawing Genesis (2007, 3min)
Divya Mehra, Pants (2007, 2min)
Heidi Phillips, Discovering Compositions in Art (2008, 2min)
Clint Enns, The Death of Natural Language (2007, 2.5min)
Robert Pasternak, Traffiiiik (2007, 1.5min)
Gwen Trutnau, Brodeo in leather (2008, 3.5min)
Simon Hughes, Cold Satie (2007, 2min)
Andrew Milne, Mechanical Film Studies (3D Jesus/Yard/Architect's Table/2X4/Phantom) (2010, 5.5min)
Hope Peterson, In the Drugs (2006, 4.5min)