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The 26th annual Images Festival will be taking over Toronto on April 11-20 with an epic series of experimental film screenings, media installations, expanded cinema performances, workshops, artist talks and tons more. With so much going on, the Underground Film Journal is just listing all the screening events below. For everything Images has to offer, please visit their official website.
Before the screenings list, here are some of the highlights:
Opening Night: Accompanying the documentary imagery of prolific filmmaker Robert Todd will be live music performed by electronic music deconstructionist Tim Hecker. Plus, there will be a new audiovisual work by SlowPitch called Emoralis, which pairs images of snails with crackly and droning rhythms.
Closing Night: Corredor will be a live performance piece combining South American imagery by artist Alexandra Gelis, accompanied by live music by drummer Hamid Drake and saxophonist David Mott.
Live Performances: Jodie Mack will provide live »
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Our daily January countdown continues with part 19 out of 30, in our list of the 300 Greatest Films Ever Made. These are numbers 120-111.
120) Schindler’S List (1993) Steven Spielberg USA
117) Stray Dog (1949) Akira Kurasawa Japan
116) Abbott & Costello Meet Frankenstein (1948) Charles Barton USA
115) All The President’S Men (1976) Alan Pakula USA
114) Close Encounters of the 3Rd Kind (1977) Steven Spielberg USA
113) The Bicycle Thief (1947) Victorio Desica Italy
112) Ikiru (1952) Akira Kurasawa Japan
Numbers 110-101 coming next.
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