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2012 Montreal Underground Film Festival: Official Lineup

16 May 2012 10:29 AM, PDT | Underground Film Journal | See recent Underground Film Journal news »

The seventh annual Montreal Underground Film Festival features four nights — and one matinee — of experimental short films from all over the world, plus two feature films. The fun takes place May 17-20 with the opening night event being held at Sala Rossa before the rest of the fest moves to Peut-être Vintage.

The opening batch of short films includes Winnipeg filmmaker Aaron Zeghers‘ The Story of Thomas Edison, plus films by fellow Winnipegger Scott Fitzpatrick, Simon Lacroix, Erin Weisgerber, Charles Fairbanks and many more.

Several other Winnipeggers have films throughout the rest of the fest, including Heidi Phillips‘ The Last Harvest and Noam Gonick’s Hirsch. Representing the U.S. are Neil Ira Needleman‘s Prelude & Erotiloop, Tony Gault‘s Ghost of Yesterday and Ben Popp‘s Lazslo Lassu.

The two feature-length films both screen on the last day of the fest, including Larry Wessel‘s epic documentary on Boyd Rice, »

- Mike Everleth

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Underground Film Links: April 1, 2012

1 April 2012 7:00 AM, PDT | Underground Film Journal | See recent Underground Film Journal news »

Considering I’m completely sick of the Internet tradition of doing fake posts on April Fools Day, don’t fear: All the links below are very real.

This Week’s Must Read is a group of links as it was a major weekend in the underground film scene with both the Boston Underground and Ann Arbor film festivals running concurrently, so lots of news about them. First, Under the Gun conducted an in-depth interview with two great Buff workers — and good Bad Lit friends — Nicole McConvery and Bryan McKay.Then, local paper the Boston Globe had a really nice Buff preview article, discussing many of the films screening.All Things Horror reviewed Buff’s opening night film, Don Coscarelli’s John Dies at the End, calling it “the perfect project falling in the right creator’s hands.”The official Buff blog had regular dispatches of its goings-on.Over at the Ann Arbor Film Festival, »

- Mike Everleth

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