Double Negative Collective

Monday, September 28, 2009 - 8:30 pm


Programmed by Amy Kazymerchyk and double negative collective

We find ourselves in the role of alchemist: we promote accidents, discoveries, failures; processes that lead into unknown landscapes; the fleeting tangibility of mystical and transformative forces; the begetting of delicate, precious objects in the dark. "             double negative collective manifesto

Since its inception in 2004, the double negative collective has become a major presence in montreal’s experimental cinema scene. their unique philosophy and methodology has had an undeniable impact on the shifting landscape of moving-image art and artist collectives. the double negative collective has succeeded to operate self-financed for over five years. they have maintained their own studio of analogue filmmaking equipment and have organized experimental film screenings, performances and artist talks that continue to inspire audiences at home and abroad. this programme demonstrates the breadth and depth of the collective’s conceptual and aesthetic approaches to cinema.


Daïchi Saïto, All That Rises. 2007, 7:00mins, 16mm.
Christopher Becks, Parallax. 2007, 5:00mins, 16mm.
Amber Goodwyn, Paper Nautilus. 2005, 4:30mins, 16mm.
Eduardo Menz, Fracas. 2007, 5:00mins, Digital 8.
Lucia Fezzuoglio, Untitled. 2007, 3:00mins, Super-8 to DV.
Julien Idrac, The Nervous Loops. 2005, 5:00mins, DV.
Steven Ladouceur, Artifacts. 2008, 3:00mins, DV.
Malena Szlam, The Garden of Forking Paths (El Jardin de Senderos que se Bifurican). 2008, 4:00mins, 35mm to HD.
Karl Lemieux, Western Sunburn. 2007, 10:00mins, 16mm to DV.
Mike Rollo, Lola. 2008, 2:45mins, 16mm.
Lindsay McIntyre, Though She Never Spoke, This Is Where Her Voice Would Have Been. 2008, 4:40mins, 16mm.
Christopher Becks, Pan of the Landscape. 2005, 11:00mins, 16mm.
Daïchi Saïto, Trees of Syntax, Leaves of Axis. 2009, 10:00mins, 35mm.
Mike Rollo, Ghosts and Gravel Roads. 2008, 16:00mins, S16mm to HD.

Image: Lindsay McIntyre, Though She Never Spoke, This is Where Her Voice Would Have Been, 2008