Video Play: An Improvised Film Series

Video Play: An Improvised Film Series

Video Play: An Improvised Film Series brings together filmmakers from the International Institute for Critical Studies in Improvisation and Ed Video’s Play Proposition II for three evenings of screenings and discussion on film/video and improvisation. The series addresses both films on improvisational arts-based practices and improvisation in the filmmaking process.

Night One: Thursday, April 16, moderated by Angus McLellan, will premiere Mauricio Martinez’s film Just Play: A History of Improvised Music in Toronto and Kimber Sider’s Playing in Silence.

Night Two, Thursday, April 23, will present Ed Video: Play Proposition II (Carlomagno Alvarado, Sandy Clipsham, Eliza Crosland, Mary Lalonde, Angus McLellan, Alberta Nye).

Night Three, Thursday, April 30, moderated by Kimber Sider, will show Nicholas Loess and Joe Sorbara’s new film on contemporary Toronto improvisation,Start Making Noises Now.

All showings will be held at Silence, 46 Essex St, Guelph, from 7-9 pm.

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