Behind the scenes from the first EXPANDING CINEMA workshop

December 6, 2012 § Leave a comment

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Thanks to Cineworks member John Woods for these photos from Alex Mackenzie’s ‘Expanding Cinema’ workshop. Pictured: Alex, Amanda T and Ariel K-G

EXPANDING CINEMA is an extended workshop series with film artist Alex MacKenzie exploring performance-based film practice. Taking a hands-on approach to the materiality of cinema, these workshops will demystify and dismantle the filmic process with a focus on expanded cinematic forms. From projector modification to film manipulation, MacKenzie will be leading each session customized to participant interests and shaped by their input. Over the course of several months, this series offers the potential to produce singular and collaborative works or installations to be presented in the new year. This is a hands-on conversation where the practical and theoretical are blended at the discretion of participants. Come with ideas, or come to be inspired. All skill levels welcome.

Workshops are every six to eight weeks, Monday and Tuesday nights from 7-10 pm.

2012: October 29/30, December 10/11.  2013: January 28/29, March 18/19.

Price per session: $30 Members/$50 Non-Members

Full registration: $175 Members/$300 Non-Members

To register please call 604.685.3841 M–F (noon to 6 pm)

Advance registration is required. Limited capacity. Waiting lists will be available.

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