I wanted to inform you of two upcoming screenings by The Loop Collective,
featuring a programme of recent films and videos in support of a new
limited edition publication on the collective's history, the launch of
which coincides with our 20th anniversary. The Loop Collective is a group
of independent media artists whose mission is to explore the roots of
experimental film and video in dialogue with other artistic media forms. These
upcoming presentations extend a tour which has spanned seven Canadian
provinces from coast to coast.
*December 7th - Canadian Film Institute's "Café Ex" Series* at Club SAW,
67, rue Nicholas Street, Ottawa. Doors at 7:00pm, projection starts at
*December 8th - La Lumière*, 7080, rue Alexandra #506, Montreal. Doors at
7:00pm, projection starts at 7:30pm. https://www.facebook.com/
*ALSO, on December 9th* La Lumière will be presenting a 1hr solo programme
of my 16mm works entitled *Materia Prima: Films by Dan Browne*.
*Loop Collective: Recent Works programme:*
Erika Loic, "Illuminated Text" (2012), 14 minutes, 16mm.
Stephen Broomer, "Wild Currents" (2015), 6.5 minutes, 16mm.
Izabella Pruska-Oldenhof, “Font Màgica” (2015), 5 minutes, 16mm.
Kelly Egan, “ransom notes” (2011), 5 minutes, 35mm (digital projection).
Ilana Gutman, “The Changing Light” (2003), 1.5 minutes, DV.
Ajla Odobasic, “Morning” (2011), 4 minutes, Super 8 on DV.
Angela Joosse, “Of Light From the Ground” (2014), 3 minutes, 16mm on DV.
Shana Macdonald, “dissolution/resolution: forays” (2016), 2.5 minutes, HD.
Ty Tekatch, “A Dream” (2014), 1.5 minutes, HD.
Dan Browne, “Alberta” (2014), 3 minutes, HD.
Colin Clark, “The Trail Ridge is Closed” (2014), 11 minutes, HD.
Jocelyn Statia, “Untitled” (2015), 3.5 minutes, HD.
If you are interested in previewing this programme, or obtaining a copy of
our recent book or DVD, please feel free to contact me!
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